Norris–La Guardia Act (nor-is l<<schwa>>-gwahr-dee-<<schwa>>). A 1932 federal law that forbids federal courts from ruling on labor policy and that severely limits their power to issue injunctions in labor disputes. • The statute was passed to curb federal-court abuses of the injunctive process, to declare the government’s neutrality on labor policy, to curtail employers’ widespread use of injunctions to thwart union activity, and to promote the use of collective bargaining to resolve disputes. 29 USCA §§ 101–115. — Also termed Labor Disputes Act;

Anti-Injunction Act.

[Blacks Law 8th]