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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

The collective bargaining representative's duty of fair representation


One of the issues in Winston Henvill's Article 75 petition seeking to vacate the arbitration award that terminated his employment with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority [MTA] was his allegation that his collective bargaining representative, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police Benevolent Association [PBA], breached its duty of fair representation. 




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