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CHARLES DOWD BOX CO., INC. V. COURTNEY, 368 U. S. 502 (1962)

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Charles Dowd Box Co., Inc. v. Courtney, 368 U.S. 502 (1962)

Charles Dowd Box Co., Inc. v. Courtney

No. 33

Argued November 7, 1961

Decided February 19, 1962

368 U.S. 502


Section 301(a) of the Labor Management Relations Act, 1947, which confers on federal district courts jurisdiction over suits for violation of contracts between employers and labor organizations representing employees in industries affecting interstate commerce, does not divest state courts of jurisdiction over such suits. Pp. 368 U. S. 502-514.

341 Mass. 337,169 N.E.2d 885, affirmed.

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