Ex-Philly Teamster Defends Swimsuit In opposition to Union Over Firing

Law360 (Dec. 23, 2020, 3:33 p.m. EST) – A former member of a Philadelphia Teamsters resident on Wednesday asked a federal judge in Pennsylvania to deny the union’s offer to throw his suit for failing to use it in an illegal case Dismissal has represented dispute, says his case falls exactly under federal labor law.

Michael Matlosz called on U.S. District Judge R. Barclay Surrick to dismiss the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 830’s motion to dismiss his allegations that it was illegally denied to represent him in the dismissal dispute because of his visual impairment.

While the union has claimed that Matlosz was grieving the problem itself and not …

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