Public Review Board

1883 Pearson in the Matter of Graham v. UAW Local Union 140

To warrant overturning an election’s results and conducting a rerun, two requirements must be met: (1) an election rule violation ...
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1878 Anthony v. UAW Region 4

Under the circumstances, the Union’s disposition of Appellant’s grievance was rational.  The Company had the right under the collective bargaining ...
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1879 Brown v. UAW-GM Department

The Union’s decision not to pursue the grievance further through arbitration was a reasonable one.  There was a substantial likelihood ...
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1880 Schepp, et al. v. UAW Local Union 2209

The Local’s interpretation of the International Constitution and Local Bylaws is reasonable.  The PRB does not find any language in ...
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1873 UAW Local Union 2320 v. International Executive Board

This is a case of first impression for the PRB.  The Board has not previously had the occasion to consider ...
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1877 Kreszowski v. UAW Stellantis Department

Appellant claims that the decision to withdraw his grievances was tainted by fraud, discrimination, and collusion with management, but offers ...
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1876 Neely v. International President, UAW

All local union elections carry a presumption of validity.  Therefore, to warrant overturning an election’s results and conducting a rerun, ...
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1869 Turner v. UAW-GM Department

The PRB addresses whether the settlement of Appellant’s termination grievance was devoid of a rational basis.  When the Board applies ...
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1875 Kaanta v. International President, UAW

Although the IEB decision only addressed the timeliness of this appeal, the International Union chose to address the merits of ...
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1874 Halty in the Matter of Verdier v. UAW Local Union 155 Executive Board

When a local union member presents a charge pursuant to Article 31 of the International Constitution, the local executive board ...
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