Flight Options, LLC et al v. Local 1108 International Brotherhood of Teamsters et al
Order signed by Judge James S. Gwin on 12/20/16. The Court orders the parties to file supplementary briefing regarding counter-plaintiffs Pilots Union's pending motion for contempt and further preliminary injunctive relief as set forth in this order. Briefs should be no more than 5 pages and shall be filed within 3 days of the date of this order. (Related Doc. 47 ) (D,MA)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
NORTHERN DISTRICT OF OHIO
FLIGHT OPTIONS, LLC and
Plaintiffs and Counter-Defendants,
INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF
TEAMSTERS, LOCAL 1108; INTERNATIONAL
BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS; and
TEAMSTERS, AIRLINE DIVISION,
[Regarding Doc. 47]
Defendants and Counter-Plaintiffs.
JAMES S. GWIN, UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE:
The Court orders Counter-Plaintiffs Pilots Union and Counter-Defendants Carriers to file
supplementary briefing regarding Pilots Union’s pending motion for contempt and further
preliminary injunctive relief. Briefs should:
(1) Identify all issues that the parties have failed to negotiate;1
(2) State the responding party’s position regarding whether each issue is necessary to
facilitate post-merger pilot integration under Collective Bargaining Agreement §
1.5(c)(4), or is a broader issue falling under Section 6 of the Railway Labor Act, 45
U.S.C. § 156;
(3) Identify whether each issue is a minor dispute or major dispute under the RLA for
Briefs should be no more than five (5) pages and are due within three (3) days of this Order.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
Dated: December 20, 2016
James S. Gwin
JAMES S. GWIN
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
For example, the parties appear to disagree over whether pilots are entitled to raises or different retirement benefits.
Doc. 55 at 5-6. The parties should list each particular issue that has not been resolved through negotiation.
Elgin, J. & E. Ry. Co. v. Burley, 325 U.S. 711, 722 (1945).
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