Some thirteen years have passed since Congress created the concept of "enterprise coverage," a concept unique to social legislation. With the appearance of two recent Supreme Court decisions'and the passage of the Fair Labor Standards Act Amendments of 1974 most of the crucial coverage issues arising under the Fair Labor Standards Act have now been resolved. It is appropriate therefore to review the coverage provisions of this unique and complicated statute, with particular emphasis upon the aspects of "enterprise coverage."
Mack A. Player,
Enterprise Coverage Under the Fair Labor Standards Act: An Assessment of the First Generation,
28 Vanderbilt Law Review
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