At issue is the constitutionality of section 716 of the Labor Law, providing among other things for the compulsory arbitration of disputes in labor contract negotiations with private voluntary or nonprofitmaking hospitals. Mount St. Mary's Hospital, such a hospital in dispute with a labor union, brought this action for a declaratory judgment to invalidate the compulsory arbitration features of the...
MOUNT ST. MARY'S HOSP. v. CATHERWOOD
26 N.Y.2d 493 (1970)
Mount St. Mary's Hospital of Niagara Falls, Appellant, v. Martin P. Catherwood, as Industrial Commissioner, et al., Respondents, and Buffalo and Western New York Hospital and Nursing Home Council, AFL-CIO, Intervenor-Respondent.
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Argued January 15, 1970.
Decided May 14, 1970.
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Opinion by Judge BREITEL. All concur. Chief Judge FULD in result in an opinion in which Judge GIBSON concurs and Judge BURKE in result in a separate opinion.
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