Railway Labor Act Meets the Mackay Doctrine: Trans World Airlines v. Independent Federation of Flight Attendants, The
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McClellan, Michael D.
INTRODUCTION|Two primary statutory schemes govern labor relations in the private sector in the United States. The Railway Labor Act (RLA) covers the railway and airline industries, while the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) governs labor relations in most other private sector industries. The statutes were enacted at different times and were designed to operate quite differently. Despite these differences, courts sometimes borrow principles developed under the NLRA, with its larger and more comprehensive body of law, to provide analogies to cases arising under the RLA...
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