Workers Can't Intervene In Mich. Union Suit, Judge Says

Law360, New York (December 10, 2013, 7:53 PM EST) -- A Michigan federal judge rejected an intervention bid Monday from four workers who wanted to defend a right-to-work law that Change to Win and other labor groups claim is preempted by federal labor law, ruling that allowing them to intervene could needlessly prolong the case.  

U.S. District Judge Stephen J. Murphy III shot down the four individuals' motion to intervene, as well as their proposed motion to dismiss the case, which was filed by the Michigan AFL-CIO, union coalition Change to Win and the Michigan State Building and Construction...
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