Railway Labor Act: Overview

A Note outlining key labor law issues for private sector air and rail carriers in the US. This Note covers union elections, the collective bargaining process and resolution of major, minor and statutory disputes under the Railway Labor Act (RLA). Railway labor law is primarily governed by federal law and this resource only covers federal law.

Sarah F. Aufdenkampe, Ford & Harrison LLP, with Practical Law Labor & Employment


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