The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently extended the limits within which an employer might lock out his employees. While the Supreme Court has allowed a lockout initiated after an impasse in negotiations between the employer and the union, the Sixth Circuit held that a lockout prior to an impasse for the purpose of supporting the employer's bargaining position was not an unfair labor practice.
Labor Law: Bargaining Lockout Held Lawful Absent Interference With Protected Rights or a Proscribed Purpose,
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