Labor Disputes Act
- A law that reduced the ability of federal courts to intervene in labor disagreements, particularly those involving unions on strike. It also prohibited the use of contracts that forbid employees from joining unions
- To protect the rights of unions, the company must adhere to the Labor Disputes Act.
- Under the Labor Disputes Act, the federal court cannot issue an injunction against the striking workers.
- The Labor Disputes Act forbids the use of contracts preventing workers from joining unions.