The Thirty Years War With Denver Building
Discusses important developments in boycott law. The author looks at the federal laws concerning boycotts starting with the Taft-Hartley Act and continues through to the present-day. Specifically, this article examines two decisions from 1951; NLRB v. Denver Building & Construction Trades Council and NLRB v. International Rice Milling Co. and the impact these decisions have had on the construction trade. The author also discusses the impact the General Electric case (Local 761, IUE v. NLRB (General Electric)) had on the Denver Building & Construction case, including whether or not General Electric overruled Denver.