High Court Denies Detroit Newspapers' Appeal

Law360, New York (October 2, 2006, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Ending a dispute that started eleven years ago, the Supreme Court refused to hear the Detroit Newspaper Agency’s appeal of a National Labor Relations Board ruling that ordered them to reinstate employees fired after a union strike.

Declining to hear the Detroit Newspaper Agency’s appeal of the NLRB ruling, the high court gave its support to the newspaper unions and employees.

Thousands of workers lost their jobs during the 18-month strike when the newspapers simply replaced them with non-unionized employees. The newspapers arranged for the police...
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