On February 20, 1980, the United States Supreme Court, in NLRB v. Yeshiva University, decided that the full-time faculty members of Yeshiva University are managerial employees excluded from the coverage of the National Labor Relations Act. The decision was an affirmation of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and a rejection of the position taken by the National Labor Relations Board. This paper reviews judicial interference with National Labor Relations Board decision-making generally, comments on the merits of the Yeshiva decision, and assesses the particular significance of the Court's interference with the National Labor Relations Board definition of "managerial."
Casey, Jane Clark
"Judicial Interference With the NLRB: Yeshiva University and the Definition of "Managerial","
Akron Law Review: Vol. 14
, Article 2.
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