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International Union of Electronic, Elec., Salaried, Mach. and Furniture Workers, AFL-CIO v. Murata Erie North America

U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit


decided: December 16, 1994.

INTERNATIONAL UNION OF ELECTRONIC, ELECTRIC, SALARIED, MACHINE AND FURNITURE WORKERS, AFL-CIO; JAMES R. BALDWIN; HARRY J. LAYNE; RODNEY J. PETTINATO; PAULINE ROTHERMEL; MARLYN THOMPSON
v.
MURATA ERIE NORTH AMERICA, INC., A GEORGIA CORPORATION, APPELLEE, INTERNATIONAL UNION OF ELECTRONIC, ELECTRICAL, SALARIED, MACHINE AND FURNITURE WORKERS, AFL-CIO AND JAMES R. BALDWIN, HARRY J. LAYNE, RODNEY J. PETTINATO, PAULINE ROTHERMEL AND MARLYN THOMPSON, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CERTIFIED PLAINTIFF CLASS, APPELLANTS.

APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA. (D.C. Civil No. 89-00255E). District Judge: Honorable Glenn E. Mencer.

Before: Stapleton, Roth and Lewis, Circuit Judges.

Author: Lewis

AFFIRMED.

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