George Maxwell


Protection against prosecution under the anti-trust acts is extended to a union whenever (1) the union acts in protection of its own interests; (2) acts without combination with employers; (3) does not authorize the illegal acts of its agents officially and (4) is engaged in a labor dispute as defined by the Norris-LaGuardia Act. Whenever these circumstances exist the union is secure against a finding that it is in violation of the anti-trust acts.