The Supreme Court held that a party wholly successful in an unfair labor practice proceeding before the NLRB has a right to intervene in appellate review or enforcement proceedings. The Court recognized the existence of strong, albeit subordinate, private interests under the NLRA and seemingly utilized a balancing test to determine the nature and extent of the protection to be accorded such interests. The reasoning employed may also presage expanded procedural and remedial protection for private interests at every adjudicatory level.
Labor Law: Supreme Court Provides an Imprimatur for Expanded Protection of the Parochial Interests of Private Disputants Under the NLRA,
1966 Duke Law Journal
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