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National Labor Relations Board v. Local 3

April 26, 1963

NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD, PETITIONER
v.
LOCAL 3, INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF ELECTRICAL WORKERS, RESPONDENT.



Author: Anderson

Before CLARK and WATERMAN, Circuit Judges, and ANDERSON, District Judge.

ANDERSON, D. J.:

This case is before the court on the petition of the National Labor Relations Board for enforcement of an order issued against the respondent Union on July 18, 1962 directing it to cease and desist from picketing the United States Post Office Building in Brooklyn, New York, with the object of forcing a contractor to recognize Local 3 as the representative of its employees in violation of ยง 8(b)(7)(C) of the National Labor Relations Act.*fn1

The Board found the facts to be substantially as follows: In the summer of 1961, one Picoult was awarded a contract by General Services Administration to renovate the Federal Building in Brooklyn. He thereafter entered into a pre-hire agreement with Local 199 of Industrial Workers of Allied Trades to cover the needed electrical employees.*fn2

Prior to the final award, Local 3 had sent a telegram to General Services Administration, protesting the award of the contract to Picoult and requesting that General Services Administration give support and assistance to the preservation of the terms and conditions of employment of members of Local 3.

On November 24, 1961, Local 3 began picketing at the Post Office; its signs read:

ELECTRICIANS

WORKING ON THIS JOB

EMPLOYED BY

PICOULT

ARE NOT MEMBERS

OF THE

ELECTRICAL WORKERS

LOCAL UNION NO. 3

ESTABLISHED 1891

INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF

ELECTRICAL WORKERS

AFFILIATED ...


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