Republic Airways Aims To Duck Teamsters' Pay Subsidy Spat

Law360, New York (September 21, 2015, 6:41 PM EDT) -- Republic Airways Holdings Inc. asked an Indiana federal judge Monday to stay any additional discovery as the court mulls whether to dismiss a lawsuit lobbed by the local Teamsters alleging the airline subsidized premium and bonus pay to pilots to undercut the union's ability to bargain collectively.

Indianapolis-based Republic, the airline holding company that owns Republic Airlines and Shuttle America, is aiming to put off future depositions of company witnesses or executives until after the court rules on its motion to dismiss the suit lobbed by the Teamsters Local Union No. 357 in their collective bargaining spat. The regional airline has...

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