Remedies

1858 Clay v. UAW Local Union 3000

The PRB’s jurisdiction over claims arising from the disposition of collective bargaining grievances is limited to the question whether the matter was improperly handled because of fraud, discrimination, or collusion with management or whether the disposition was devoid of a rational basis.  In this case, the PRB has no reason ...
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1849 Driver v. UAW Region 2B

The PRB’s jurisdiction over appeals related to the processing of grievances is limited to claims that the matter was improperly handled because of fraud, discrimination, or collusion with management, or that the disposition or handling of the matter was devoid of any rational basis.  Here, the International Representative relied heavily ...
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1832-III Houldieson v. UAW Local Union 551

This matter arises from Appellant’s Ethical Practices Codes complaint based on UAW Local Union 551’s failure to hold regular membership meetings in violation of the International Constitution.  On July 1, 2021, the Public Review Board (PRB) issued a supplemental decision which directed that the International Union report back to the ...
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1832-II Houldieson v. UAW Local Union 551

In this case, Appellant protested the failure of UAW Local Union 551 to hold regular membership meetings as a violation of the UAW Ethical Practices Codes.  On April 12, 2021, the PRB issued a decision granting the appeal and ordering the Local to conduct an online general membership meeting within ...
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1831 Pratt v. International Union, UAW

The PRB agrees that the relief sought by Appellants effectively has been granted.  Appellants sought to have their Local removed from the jurisdiction of the Region 2B Director and the assigned International Representative.  The Regional Director has now resigned, and the International Representative has been reassigned.  Appellants other complaints regarding ...
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1827 Turner v. UAW Local Union 2209

The Local 2209 Election Committee found Appellant ineligible to run on two grounds: (1) the requirement under Paragraph 17 of the UAW-GM National Agreement that an individual’s name must appear on the applicable seniority list to be eligible to serve as a committeeperson; and (2) the Interpretations of the Constitution ...
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1828 Collett v. UAW Local Union 292

The Local has restored the money taken from the Retired Workers Chapter Fund.  Because there is no further relief that the PRB could grant in this case, the Board must deny the appeal as moot.  However, Board finds it necessary to make clear that the Local’s actions were contrary to ...
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1829 Schneck v. Williams, Former UAW International President

Dennis Williams submitted a letter resigning his UAW membership effective September 18, 2020.  The objective of Appellant’s Ethical Practices Codes complaint was for the International Executive Board to bring charges against Williams to revoke his membership.  Under the circumstances, this request for relief is now moot.
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1793-II Baltrusaitis, et al. v. UAW Region 1

As the PRB determined in its prior decision in this case, Appellants have made a sufficient threshold showing that fraud or collusion could have impacted the 2011 transfer of operations to warrant further investigation.  Under the circumstances, the Board found it appropriate for the International Union to present documents or ...
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1461 Garab v. UAW TOP Dept.

The Union achieved for Garab all that was available through the grievance procedure. She had already received a monetary settlement, when she was offered a higher rated job with no break in seniority. There was nothing further that could have been achieved through arbitration.
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