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MINE WORKERS V. EAGLE-PICHER CO., 325 U. S. 335 (1945)
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Mine Workers v. Eagle-Picher Co., 325 U.S. 335 (1945)
Mine Workers v. Eagle-Picher Co.
Argued January 31, 1945
Decided May 28, 1945
325 U.S. 335
1. Labor unions which intervened in the Circuit Court of Appeals in support of a petition by the National Labor Relations Board to revoke an enforcement order and to remand the cause to the Board held to have standing to seek review of a denial of the petition, even though the Board elected not to seek review. P. 325 U. S. 338.
2. The National Labor Relations Board, having sought and obtained a decree of the Circuit Court of Appeals for enforcement of an order of the Board, is not entitled as of right -- in the absence of fraud or mistake chargeable to the respondent, and after expiration of the term of court at which the decree was entered -- to have remedial provisions of the decree set aside, and the case remanded to it for prescription of relief which it deems more appropriate to effectuate the policy of the National Labor Relations Act. P. 325 U. S. 339.
3. American Chain & Cable Co. v. Federal Trade Commission, 142 F.2d 909, distinguished. P. 325 U. S. 342.
141 F.2d 843, affirmed.
Certiorari, 323 U.S. 695, to review a decree dismissing a petition of the National Labor Relations Board to vacate
part of a decree of enforcement and to remand the cause to the Board.
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