Jim Woolery, co-head of JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s North American mergers and acquisitions practice that’s leading in 2013 dealmaking on the continent, is leaving the bank for a senior position at law firm Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines won a court order temporarily blocking passenger-service employees from conducting a union representation election because it might violate labor laws.
American Airlines Inc., the bankrupt carrier fighting to cut labor costs, sued the National Mediation Board over a decision directing a union election among a group of nonunion employees.
American Airlines passenger service workers voted against joining the Communications Workers of America, after the union won a legal battle to hold an election.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines won a court ruling preventing a union-representation election among passenger service employees until they meet a higher threshold for proceeding with a vote.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines lost a bid to stop a union-representation election for a group of employees as a federal appeals court threw out the carrier’s lawsuit challenging the vote.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines asked a federal judge to stop a union-representation election scheduled to take place among passenger service employees at the carrier.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines, the bankrupt carrier fighting to cut labor costs, asked a federal court to block a union-representation election among passenger service employees.
AMR Corp.’s American Airlines, the bankrupt airline that is cutting labor costs, faced sharp questioning from a federal appeals court over its effort to block an employee group’s union vote.
Delta Air Lines Inc., FedEx Corp. and other carriers lost a court bid to block a new federal rule that makes it easier for unions to organize employees into collective bargaining units.