Law360 (May 6, 2021, 8:08 p.m. EDT) – The Newspaper Guild of Pittsburgh called on the Third Circuit to uphold a ruling requiring the publisher to cover worker health bonus increases under an expired collective agreement, saying that Companies have waited too long to question the loss of labor arbitration.
The union said Wednesday that the Western District of Pennsylvania was right to uphold the arbitrator’s December 2019 order on the grounds that the company filed a lawsuit too late. Since the dispute falls under the Labor Administration Act, the company only had 30 days to sue instead of the 90 days it would have had under the Federal Arbitration Act …
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