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March 6, 1989 | SCOT J. PALTROW, Times Staff Writer
Chances of widespread secondary boycotts of railroads and other airlines stemming from the machinists' strike at Eastern Airlines dimmed Sunday as a federal judge granted a temporary restraining order sought by three New York-area commuter railroads. "The IAM (International Assn.
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March 6, 1989 | SCOT J. PALTROW, Times Staff Writer
Chances of widespread secondary boycotts of railroads and other airlines stemming from the machinists' strike at Eastern Airlines dimmed Sunday as a federal judge granted a temporary restraining order sought by three New York-area commuter railroads. "The IAM (International Assn.
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March 27, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
Strikebound Eastern Airlines, nearly idle while other carriers handled busy Easter weekend traffic, plans to return to federal court today hoping to have its veteran pilots ordered back to work. As a backstop, the Miami-based carrier also plans to open a school for its first group of newly hired replacement pilots. Eastern spokeswoman Karen Ceremsak said from 40 to 50 new hires would be in the first class, but she had no details on what their first day would bring.
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March 24, 1989 | REGINALD ALLEYNE, Reginald Alleyne is a professor of law at UCLA. and
The final outcome of the dispute between the machinists union and Eastern Airlines may hinge on how the courts, the President and Congress treat the union's attempts to extend its picketing to employers other than Eastern. Secondary boycotts are legal under the Railway Labor Act of 1926, which covers airlines and railroads. But the National Labor Relations Act of 1935, covering almost all other industries, prohibits such boycotts. Transportation Secretary Samuel K.
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