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Vanderbilt Law Review

Authors

Stuart Rothman

First Page

997

Abstract

A sampling of the ways in which the subject of conflict of laws has been treated in the United States in labor matters will be undertaken. However, the term "labor matters" may be regarded as embracing a multitude of topics, and this presentation by no means purports to be encyclopedic. Indeed, questions concerning conflicts between laws of the federal and state governments have been purposely excluded, though admittedly they loom large in domestic law and jurisprudence. On the other hand, the subjects considered are deemed illustrative of the domestic approach to the problems involved.

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