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Unions Ask Court To Freeze Dana Appeal

Law360 (August 16, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Optimistic that the unions and Dana will stick to their new pact, attorneys for two labor organizations have asked a judge to temporarily suspend an earlier appeal, triggered by the bankruptcy court's decision to sign off on the supplier's bid to modify its employment agreements.

Lawyers from Cohen, Weiss & Simon LLP on Wednesday informed U.S. District Judge Judge Kevin Castel that the appeal should be shelved in light of a tentative settlement the warring parties reached last month.

“Because implementation of the settlement remains contingent...
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