Local Union expenditures

1813 Tague v. UAW Local Union 450

Appellant’s primary argument is that he is entitled to additional compensation under Local 450’s Bylaws.  The plain language of the Bylaws does not support this contention.  Appellant’s secondary argument that the Local has made retroactive adjustments in the past is also not persuasive.  As the Appeals Committee found, the Local ...
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1809 Dinatale, et al. v. UAW International Executive Board

Under the UAW International Constitution, the International Executive Board (IEB) can impose an administratorship for one of the purposes described in Article 12, §3(a) through (d).  Although the purposes are broadly stated in the Constitution, they do impose some limitation on the IEB’s authority.  The fact that the International Union ...
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1669 Douglas, Sr. v. Local Union 2262

Douglas argues that he lost the opportunity to work weekend overtime because he was performing duties for the Local on the Wednesday prior to the weekend.  It appears that Douglas could have worked the weekend if he had contacted the employer or simply reported to work on the days in ...
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1797 Edwards v. International Executive Board

The International President and IEB properly determined that the Local Union’s $13,564.80 disbursement to Edwards for mileage from her home to the union hall to perform her duties as Recording Secretary from June 2008 through June 2014 was a misappropriation of union funds.  The Local’s bylaws permit officers to receive ...
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