From A to Arbitration

Episode 17: Combating Criminal Statutes Cited in the Letter of Charges

This episode covers how to challenge management when they use criminal statutes against a carrier in disciplinary actions. Corey advises listeners to research any criminal statutes cited by management, as those statutes may not apply to the specific situation. He explains that in a formal grievance procedure, a carrier’s lawyer should argue for a higher standard of proof, such as proof beyond a reasonable doubt, because management is essentially making a criminal accusation.

Non-specific references in this episode:

Arbitration for a carrier who owned his own business, carrier had restrictions to take off work for stress. Management showed up at his business recording him after he had called off one day, then terminated him and charge him with federal statutes. 

Steward that management falsified documentation on her to remove her that JB defended.

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