At the dawn of a new century of Supreme Court workplace law, it seems especially appropriate to offer some perspective on the recent and relatively recent past. Before addressing the seven cases involving labor and employment issues decided by the Supreme Court in the Term just ended, I want briefly to describe (in what I hope are not mechanical terms) how the Court's interests in labor and employment law have evolved from the start of the Burger Era in 1969 to the current, mature stage of the Rehnquist Court.
James J. Brudney,
The Changing Complexion of Workplace Law: Labor and Employment Decisions of the Supreme Court's 1999-2000 Term , 16 Lab. Law. 151 (2000-2001)
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