NLRB OKs Dana Prerecognition Pact With UAW

Law360, New York (December 7, 2010, 8:22 PM EST) -- Auto parts maker Dana Corp. and the United Auto Workers union did not violate the law when they struck a deal that included subjects to be addressed in collective bargaining agreements that the parties would forge if the UAW were to win formal recognition at nonunionized company facilities, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled.

The NLRB issued a 2-1 decision and order Monday dismissing the case, in which Dana had been accused of giving the UAW unlawful support by entering into and maintaining the agreement...
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