CDF Turns Around Unfavorable Arbitration Award Restricting Manufacturer

Prior to retaining CDF, a manufacturing company faced an unfavorable arbitration award that required the company to enter into a union contract and to pay allegedly owed trust fund contributions that accrued during the term of the contract required by the award. CDF successfully argued to the superior court that our client was not bound by the arbitration award and that the petition to confirm that award should be set aside.  This led to the settlement of all claims against the client following the union's appeal.

Location

Superior Court of California, County of San Mateo

Counsel

Alison L. Tsao

Related Industries

  • Manufacturing

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