6th Circ. Won't Revive Suit Over Alleged Chrysler-UAW Bribery

Law360 (October 11, 2019, 9:58 PM EDT) -- The Sixth Circuit ruled Friday that workers in a Chrysler paint shop should have known something was amiss in the dealings between the United Automobile Workers and the company before bribery charges were unveiled, affirming a lower court’s decision to toss their case as untimely.

The three-judge panel said in its unanimous opinion that the workers’ own allegations made it clear that the six-month statute of limitations on their claims had run out before they brought their case against FCA US LLC and the UAW in January 2018.

The workers claimed that FCA and the UAW ran afoul of the Labor...

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