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United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit National Labor Relations Board v. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 77

in International Labour Law Reports Online
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U.S.A. 5 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit National Labor Relations Board v. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 77

in International Labour Law Reports Online

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* Some footnotes are omitted; the rest are not renumbered - lEd.]

2 It cannot be argued that the effect of the Union discipline in this case was solely to restrain Dallas and Reinkens from personally doing rank-and-file line work. To avoid similar fines in the future, for themselves or for members of tbeir local 112, Dallas and Reinkens would have to contact Local 77 members whenever line work arguably fell within Local 77's juris- diction. Consequently, the union discipline affects the performance of both their line work and their § 8(b)(1)(B) duties, thereby violating § 8(b)(I)(B).

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