Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Mr. Emil Oxfeld argued the cause for Hoboken Teachers Association (Messrs. Rothbard, Harris & Oxfeld, attorneys).
Mr. Benjamin D. Leibowitz, Deputy Attorney General, argued the cause for intervenor State of New Jersey (A-334-75) (Mr. William F. Hyland, Attorney General, attorney; Mr. David S. Baime, Deputy Attorney General, of counsel).
Mr. Emil Oxfeld, prosecutor appointed by the court, argued the cause pro se (A-673-75).
Mr. Robert W. Taylor argued the cause for Hoboken Board of Education.
Mr. Guy S. Michael, Deputy Attorney General, argued the cause for intervenor State of New Jersey (A-673-75) (Mr. William F. Hyland, Attorney General, attorney; Mr. Stephen Skillman, Assistant Attorney General, of counsel).
Before Judges MATTHEWS, SEIDMAN and HORN.
Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division.
The opinion of the court was delivered by MATTHEWS, P.J.A.D.
On September 4, 1975 the Hoboken teachers went on strike and remained out of school until September 23, 1975. The board of education then petitioned the Chancery Division for an order declaring the strike illegal and enjoining the Hoboken Teachers' Association from engaging in any further strike activity. On the same date the Chancery Division judge issued an order enjoining the strike and directing both...
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