The two U.S. Supreme Court decisions rendered in late May, 1958, involving labor unions, have received widespread publicity, have been the subject of much editorial and other comment, and have caused considerable consternation among labor unions and among some employers who see where they may be involved. Now upon analysis, are the rulings of great significance, worthy of the concern they have caused, portending something new in labor relations? The probability is that they are.
Thurlow Smoot, Staggering Punitive Damages against Labor Unions, 7 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 524 (1958)