Crain's Chicago Business: Bobby Hogan Exiled from Local 714

August 13, 2008: In the wake of misconduct allegations by a union watchdog, former McCormick Place Teamsters boss Robert A. Hogan has agreed to permanent exile from the local his family has run since the Depression.

Without admitting wrongdoing, Mr. Hogan recently signed an agreement with the Independent Review Board saying he’ll leave Teamsters Local 714 and never again serve as an officer, employee or member there, Crain’s has learned. A New York federal judge must approve the settlement.

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