Collective Labor Agreements in the Courts, 48 Yale Law Journal 195 (1938)
"CONTRACT"is a word of large and varied social import. Hand in
hand under its patronage march agreements to marry and yellow-dog
contracts, entirely personal contracts of suretyship and mass production
life insurance policies, agreements with the Federal government to restrict
acreage and agreements by employees not to compete with employers
after leaving the job, contracts for the sale of goods or for personal
services and the supposititious agreements existing between the stockholders
of one of our modern corporate giants and the corporation, between
the corporation and the state, between the state and the stockholders,
and, for good measure, among the stockholders themselves.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Witmer, T. Richard, "Collective Labor Agreements in the Courts" (1938). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4473.