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Work on trial : Canadian labour law struggles /
edited by Judy Fudge and Eric Tucker.
imprint
Toronto : Irwin Law for the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, c2010.
description
xiv, 426 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
1552211673, 9781552211670
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imprint
Toronto : Irwin Law for the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, c2010.
isbn
1552211673
9781552211670
contents note
Introduction / Judy Fudge and Eric Tucker -- pt 1. Constitutions and institutions. "Capitalist 'justice' as peddled by the 'noble lords'" : Toronto Electric Commissioners v. Snider et al. / R. Blake Brown and Jennifer J. Llewellyn -- John East Iron Works v. Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board : a test for the infant administrative state / Beth Bilson -- pt. 2. Responsible unions : security, orderly production, and dissent. How Justice Rand devised his famous formula / William Kaplan -- Dissent, democracy, and discipline : the case of Kuzych v. White et al. / Mark Leier -- Organizing offshore : labour relations, industrial pluralism, and order in the Newfoundland and Labrador oil industry, 1997-2006 / Sean T. Cadigan -- pt. 3. Courts and collective action in the post-war regime. The Royal York Hotel case : the "right" to strike -- and not be fired for striking / Malcolm E. Davidson -- Hersees of Woodstock Ltd. v. Goldstein : how a small town case made it big / Eric Tucker -- A certain "malaise" : Harrison v. Carswell, shopping centre picketing, and the limits of the post-war settlement / Philip Girard and Jim Phillips -- pt. 4. Human rights norms at work. Debating maternity rights : Pacific Western Airlines and flight attendants' struggle to "fly pregnant" in the 1970s / Joan Sangster -- Challenging norms and creating precedents : the tale of a woman firefighter in the forests of British Columbia / Judy Fudge and Hester Lessard -- pt. 5. Changing common law norms. The micropolitics of Wallace v. United Grain Growers Ltd. / Daphne G. Taras -- Afterword : looking back / Harry Glasbeek.
catalogue key
7318537
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Table of Contents
Forewordp. vii
Prefacep. ix
Acknowledgementsp. xiii
Introductionp. 1
Constitutions and Institutionsp. 13
"Capitalist 'Justice' as Peddled by the 'Noble Lords'": Toronto Electric Commissioners v. Snider et alp. 15
John East Iron Works v. Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board: A Test for the Infant Administrative Statep. 43
Responsible Unions: Security, Orderly Production, and Dissentp. 75
How Justice Rand Devised His Famous Formulap. 77
Dissent, Democracy, and Discipline: The Case of Kuzych v. White et al.p. 111
Organizing Offshore: Labour Relations, Industrial Pluralism, and Order in the Newfoundland and Labrador Oil Industry, 1997-2006p. 143
Courts and Collective Action in the Post-War Regimep. 173
The Royal York Hotel Case: The "Right" to Strike-And Not Be Fired for Strikingp. 175
Hersees of Woodstock Ltd. v. Goldstein: How a Small Town Case Made it Bigp. 217
A Certain "Mallaise": Harrison v. Carswell, Shopping Centre Picketing, and the Limits of the Post-war Settlementp. 249
Human Rights Norms at Workp. 281
Debating Maternity Rights: Pacific Western Airlines and Flight Attendants' Struggle to "Fly Pregnant" in the 1970sp. 283
Challenging Norms and Creating Precedents: The Tale of a Woman Firefighter in the Forests of British Columbiap. 315
Changing Common Law Normsp. 355
The Micropolitics of Wallace v. United Grain Growers Ltd.p. 357
Afterword: Looking Backp. 393
Contributorsp. 411
Indexp. 415
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