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January 1997

Labor and the Supreme Court: significant issues of 1992-96

Craig Hukill

From 1992 to 1996, the High Court decided a number of cases in labor law and employment law; just as the work force and its protections for workers have evolved, so, too, have the Court and its docket. This article updates the last comprehensive report that appeared in the Review on labor and employment cases decided by the Supreme Court since the Court?s 1991-92 term. It covers traditional labor relations, pensions and benefits, employment discrimination, and public-sector employment.

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