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Analysis Case Detail
Supreme Court Detail
Case Name
NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD v. NASHFINCH CO., DBA JACK & JILL STORES
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Date Decision December 06, 1971
Date Argument October 19, 1971
Decision Type opinion of the court (orally argued)
Citations 404 U.S. 138
92 S. Ct. 373
1971 U.S. LEXIS 97
30 L. Ed. 2d 328
Docket 70-93

Lower Court Detail
Court in which Case Originated Nebraska U.S. District Court
Court whose Decision was Reviewed U.S. Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit
Petitioner National Labor Relations Board, or regional office or officer
Respondent employer. If employer's relations with employees are governed by the nature of the employer's business (e.g., railroad, boat), rather than labor law generally, the more specific designation is used in place of Employer.

Vote Detail
Issue/Legal Provision
(1 of 1)
FEDERALISM
Federal Pre-emption Of State Court Jurisdiction
INFREQUENTLY LITIGATED STATUTES
Infrequently litigated statutes
28 U.S.C. 2283
Vote Coalition 5 - 2
Decision Direction Liberal
Justice Votes
voted with majority or plurality
Douglas
Stewart
Marshall
Burger
Blackmun
dissent
Brennan
White

Supreme Court Database Detail
SCDB ID 1971-018-01

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