New Leader Drops Pa. Print Union's Suit Against Parent Org
Law360 (May 3, 2019, 7:26 PM EDT) -- A Pittsburgh-based union for printers, publishers and media workers on Friday withdrew its effort to force its parent union, the Communications Workers of America, into arbitration over staffing and threats of dissolution, after the CWA appointed a new leader who ordered a federal lawsuit against the parent union dropped.
The Printing, Publishing and Media Workers Sector of the CWA had filed a federal lawsuit in March demanding arbitration after it claimed its parent union had failed to take their disputes over staffing and funding to a third party. Days later, the CWA board ousted the lesser union's executive director and appointed...
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