Concluding that the action before it “lacks adverseness” and did not present a case or controversy fit for judicial resolution, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals held that it did not have jurisdiction over the National Labor Relations Board’s petition to enforce a settlement and order to which the employer had consented, and dismissed the petition.
Respondent Constellium Rolled Products employs members of a local United Steelworkers union. After a labor dispute, the union filed four charges with the NLRB alleging that Constellium committed unfair labor practices…
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