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Aloise Trial Postponed Again

International Vice President Rome Aloise has again obtained a postponement of his trial on devastating corruption chargesThe postponement is due to the fact that the Independent Review Officer (IRO), who serves as the judge, retired and now the vacancy must be filled.

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Employers ‘Relieved’ by Hoffa Win

The Journal of Commerce reports that “employer that have dealt with Hoffa” are “relieved” by Hoffa’s election win because of his record for negotiating “deals involving wage and benefit concessions.”

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Employers Fear ‘Fewer Concessions Ahead’

The headline says it all, “Hoffa Retains Teamsters Union Presidency — Fewer Concessions Ahead?” The National Law Review reports the near-win for Fred Zuckerman in the Teamster election may put Hoffa-Hall under pressure to cough up fewer contract givebacks in the future.

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Top Hoffa Appointee Hit with Corruption Charges

Hoffa’s Executive Assistant Willie Smith has been charged with taking thousands of dollars in illegal gifts from a Teamster employer who gave him tickets to the Playboy Super Bowl Party in exchange for contract concessions.

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Teamsters United from the U.S. to Canada

Employers play divide and conquer to keep workers from uniting and having more power. Some Hoffa-Hall officials play divide-and-conquer too. This weekend it was Teamsters Canada’s Francois Laporte’s turn when he tried to pit Canadian and U.S. Teamsters against each other.  

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Fred Zuckerman Statement on the IBT Election

[Re-posted from Teamsters United]

As the ballots were tallied this week, we shocked the employers and the Hoffa-Hall slate and won the majority of the vote from Teamsters in the United States. Hoffa-Hall overtook our lead when the Teamsters Canada ballots were counted.

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