UAW Reform Group Challenges $1.5M Deal In Fraud Case

Law360 (February 22, 2021, 8:22 PM EST) -- A grassroots membership caucus of the United Auto Workers pressed a federal judge Monday for permission to weigh in on "key weaknesses" in a $1.5 million deal that ended the federal government's corruption and fraud investigation into the union.

The Unite All Workers for Democracy Movement, a member-led group attempting to bring democratic reforms to the embattled union, asked U.S. District Judge David Lawson to allow them to intervene in the case so they can suggest changes to the consent decree approved on Jan. 29 and ensure the union charts a new course.

"UAWD's own institutional goal is to aid in...

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