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Summary Judgment Denied in CBA Retiree Health Case
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Feb. 27, 2006
Excerpt: A district court has denied an employer's request for declaratory judgment that would have recognized the employer's legal right to unilaterally modify or terminate retiree health benefits provided under a collective bargaining agreement. The court also denied union requests for summary judgment to compel arbitration and exclude the employer's expert testimony. [Rexam v. USW and IAM et al., D. Minn., Civ. 03-2998 ADM/JJG]

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