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Friday, July 14, 2017

Attempting to vacate an adverse arbitration award rendered after a consensual arbitration process


Attempting to vacate an adverse arbitration award rendered after a consensual arbitration process

The New York City Transit Authority [CTA] terminated the employment of a member of the Transit Workers Union, Local 100 [Local 100], a bus CTA driver, who had been involved in an incident with a pedestrian. Local 100 filed an Article 75 action seeking a court order vacating an arbitration award that held that CTA had just cause to terminate Local 100's member's employment because of the incident. 



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