David Lawrence Cole series 4, subseries 1. General case files, 1946-1977.

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Cole, David Lawrence, 1902-1977. David Lawrence Cole series 4, subseries 1. General case files, 1946-1977.

David Lawrence Cole series 4, subseries 1. General case files, 1946-1977.

May include decisions and awards, transcripts, briefs, exhibits and correspondence pertaining to cases arbitrated or mediated by Cole. May Include decisions and awards, transcripts, briefs, exhibits and correspondence pertaining to cases arbitrated or mediated by Cole. Significant cases include, among others, Aloha Airlines vs. International Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA) (1969-1972) on issues of fares, crew size, pension plan, vacations, vacation pay, sick leave, sick pay, work load, and equipment list; American Airlines vs. ALPA (1951-1955) on issues of wage rates, mileage limits, working conditions, and hours of work; American Airlines vs. Transport Workers Union of America (TWU) (1954) on the issue of wage rates; Bobbie Brooks, Incorporated vs. International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU) (1965-1975) on issues of cost of living adjustments, dismissal, strikes, suspension, refusal of company to release financial records to union, non-union work, incentive pay, worker displacement, piece rates, holiday pay, and employee theft; and General Electric Company vs. International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers (IUE) (1966) on issues of termination clause, apprenticeships, and job location. Other cases include ILGWU Educational Institute of North Jersey vs. Office and Professional Employees International Union (1966-1972) on issues of seniority, suspension, and dismissals; International Harvester vs. United Auto Workers (1955-1962) on issues of health plan, pensions, supplemental unemployment benefit plan, seniority, payment of union dues, and grievance procedures; and Karagheusian vs. Textile Workers' Union of America (TWUA) (1946-1950) on issues of absenteeism, incentive pay, and job displacement. Also include Lehigh River Mill, Incorporated vs. TWUA (1947-1955) on issues of union security and dismissals; Jonathan Logan, Inc. vs. ILGWU (1964-1977) on issues of sexual discrimination, wage rates, insubordination, dismissal, holiday pay, seniority, voluntary quit, strikes, cost-of-living adjustments, leave time, back pay, and job classification; R.H. Macy and Company, Inc. vs. United Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Employees Union of America (1947-1948) on issues of wage rates, sick benefits, and insurance plan; Metropolitan Opera Association, Inc. vs. American Federation of Musicians (1961-1969) on issues of minimum weekly pay, benefits, wage rates, and overtime pay; and Milk Distributors of New York and New Jersey vs. International Brotherhood of Teamsters (1946-1962) on issues of rates of pay, holiday pay, and use of time clocks. Also include National League of Professional Baseball Clubs vs. Major League Baseball Players' Association (MLBPA) (1970) on the issue of division of World Series fund; Neumann and Company vs. International Fur and Leather Workers Union (1945-1949) on issues of work-sharing and dismissal; New Jersey Worsted Mills vs. TWUA (1947-1951) on issues of vacation pay, wage rates, bonus pay, lunch period, sanitary code, piece rates, and incentive pay; New York Central Railroad Company vs. Brotherhood of Railway, Airline and Steamship Clerks (1956) on the issue of length of workweek; New York City vs. Sergeant and Uniformed Fire Officers Union (1967) on the issue of wage rates; New York City Board of Education vs. United Federation of Teachers (1965) on issues of wage rates, time for class preparation, and class size; New York City Omnibus Company vs. Amalgamated Transit Union (1947-1951) on issues of wage rates and pension plan; New York City Transit Authority vs. Amalgamated Transit Union (1951-1961) on issues of four-day workweek, wage rates, and hours of work; NEW YORK HEARLD TRIBUNE vs. Newspaper Guild of New York (1960) on issues of sick pay and vacation; and NEW YORK WORLD TELEGRAM (1947-1951) on issues of wage rates and vacation pay. Also include Pan American Airways vs. ALPA (1952-1963) on issues of seniority, rights of dismissed, training flight pay, grievance procedures, job location, wage rates, training qualifications, and sick leave; Philadelphia Phillies, National League vs. MLBPA (1969) on the issue of salaries; Publishers' Association of New York City and New York Newspaper Printing Pressmen's Union (1954) on the issue of wage rates; and Ronson Corporation vs. United Auto Workers (1953-1977) on issues of wage rates, managerial prerogatives, employee stock purchases, strikes, and violence. Other cases include Screen Actors' Guild vs. American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (1959) on the issue of wage rates; Sperry Company vs. IUE (1964) on the issue of discrimination; Standard and Poor Corporation vs. American Newspaper Guild (1946) on issues of dismissal and discrimination; Trans World Airlines vs. Transport Workers Union of America (1961-1963) on the issue of fare increases; Trans World Airlines vs. Airline Stewards and Stewardesses Association (1959-1960) on issues of wage rates, crew size, and appropriate bargaining unit; Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation vs. Screen Office and Professional Employees Guild (1948) on the issue of wage rates; Underwood Company vs. International Association of Machinists (1957) on the issue of job classification; United Air Lines vs. ALPA (1957-1962) on issues of wage rate and seniority; Westinghouse Electric Corp. vs. IUE (1956) on issues of strikes and layoffs; and WORLD TELEGRAM vs. Newspaper Guild of New York (1947-1966) on the issue of wage rates.

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