Pa newspaper’s union struggle brings certainty to negotiations

By Matthew Santoni (June 17, 2022 at 6:15 p.m. EDT) — The Third Circuit’s removal of decades-old precedent that allowed “implicit” provisions to survive the expiration of an employment contract has long given the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette one big win – smoldering clash with his unions, but lawyers say both sides of the negotiating table will benefit from the opportunity to set clearer terms.

The decision of a three-judge panel in Pittsburgh Mailers Union Local 22 v. PG Publishing Co. overturned the 1994 decision of the Ludens v. Local Union No. 1994 court. 6 that allowed portions of an expired contract not expressly rejected to survive as “implied” if the parties otherwise proceeded as if the contract…

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