369 U.S. 883 (1962), 839, Local No. 438 Const. And General Laborers' Union, Afl-cio v. Curry
|Docket Nº:||No. 839.|
|Citation:||369 U.S. 883, 82 S.Ct. 1159, 8 L.Ed.2d 286|
|Party Name:||LOCAL NO. 438 CONSTRUCTION & GENERAL LABORERS' UNION, AFL-CIO, petitioner, v. S. J. CURRY et al., etc.|
|Case Date:||May 21, 1962|
|Court:||United States Supreme Court|
Edwin Pearce and John S. Patton, for petitioner.
H. H. Perry, Jr., for respondents.
Petition for writ of certiorari to the Supreme Court of Georgia granted limited to the question of whether the Supreme Court of Georgia erred as stated in Questions (d), (h) and (i) of the petition which read as follows:
'(d) In holding that it was illegal for the Petitioner to carry a placard in front of the Construction job containing the statement 'S. J. Curry & Company, Inc., violating contract with City of Atlanta by not paying wages conforming with those of a similar type of work in the Atlanta area. Construction & General Laborers' Union 438, AFL-CIO'. The Court so held, notwithstanding the fact that the Court found that the legend carried upon said sign was true and that S. J. Curry & Company was not paying the prevailing wage in the area even though it had executed a contract with the City of Atlanta for said construction which contract contained the provision: 'Wages will conform with those being paid on similar types of work in the Atlanta area'.
'(h) In granting said injunction, said court deprived Petitioner in Certiorari of rights protected by the National Labor Relations Act, Title 29, Section 157 of the United States Code Annotated [29 U.S.C.A. § 157].
'(i) In granting said injunction said court assumes jurisdiction of a cause, the subject matter of which had been...
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