This article will first examine the origin and development of significant presumptions and second, suggest a method by which the Board could better protect the Section 7 rights of employees without risking destabilization of the collective-bargaining process.
Newman, Stuart and Shepherd, Diane S.
"The Excessive Use of Presumptions and the Role of Subjective Employee Intent in Effectuating the Purposes of the National Labor Relations Act,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 17
, Article 2.
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