Union dues obligation

1512 Karras v. Local Union 653

Although Karras was entitled to rely on the advice given to him by the Local Financial Secretary regarding his dues obligations, his nonpayment of dues in November and December cannot be attributed to the Financial Secretary’s advice. The Election Committee has the responsibility for determining a candidate’s eligibility, and this ...
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1520 Franks and Paesani v. IEB

The failure of Local Union 7777 to collect all of the dues owed in 2001 must be attributed in part to a failure on the part of the International Union to provide assistance to the Local Union and information to the employees. Under these circumstances, a minor dues delinquency should ...
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1562 Dedic v. UAW Auditing Department

We agree with the International Union that if the parties had intended to exempt all future public sector units from the customary per capita rate established by the UAW, it would have been stated explicitly in the Agreement. The International Union has acknowledged that its failure to explain the per ...
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1609 Bradley et al. v. Local Union 3520

Appellants’ failure to certify in accordance with Article 16, §19, was not the result of reliance on anything the financial secretary said to them, but rather was based on their mistaken belief that the certification requirement did not apply to local union officers. One of the basic obligations of union ...
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1771 Allison v. Local Union 2069

The Local Union President received an interpretation of the Constitution regarding the question Allison raised. The International Union affirmed the candidate’s eligibility to run for office despite his workers’ compensation leave during the previous year. The other two candidates paid their dues as soon as they were notified of an ...
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