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210 F.3d 18 *; 2000 U.S. App. LEXIS 6241 **; 163 L.R.R.M. 2961
BROTHERHOOD OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS, UNITED TRANSPORTATION UNION, Plaintiffs, Appellees, v. SPRINGFIELD TERMINAL RAILWAY COMPANY, AROOSTOOK AND BANGOR RESOURCES, INC., Defendants, Appellants.
Subsequent History: [**1] Certiorari Denied November 27, 2000, Reported at: 2000 U.S. LEXIS 7842.
Prior History: APPEAL FROM THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MAINE. Hon. D. Brock Hornby, U.S. District Judge.
switching, piercing, carrier, district court, collective bargaining agreement, veil, cases, status quo, customers, railroad, subsidiary, corporate veil, mediation, injunction, negotiations, ownership, railway, courts, working conditions, related corporation, corporate form, alter ego, employees, Locomotive, defeat, terms, non-union, Terminal, disputes, wholly owned
Civil Procedure, Appeals, Standards of Review, Business & Corporate Compliance, Labor & Employment Law, Collective Bargaining & Labor Relations, Bargaining Subjects, Governments, Courts, Authority to Adjudicate, Pretrial Matters, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Mediation, Remedies, Injunctions, General Overview, Labor & Employment Law, Enforcement of Bargaining Agreements, Appellate Jurisdiction, Final Judgment Rule, Transportation Law, Rail Transportation, Safety Appliance Act, Couplers, Banking Law, Federal Acts, Federal & State Interrelationships, Federal Common Law, Preliminary Considerations, Erie Doctrine, Subject Matter Jurisdiction, Federal Questions, Common Law, Protected Activities, Strikes & Work Stoppages, Business & Corporate Law, Piercing the Corporate Veil, Alter Ego, Torts, Vicarious Liability, Corporations, Subsidiary Corporations, Shareholder Duties & Liabilities, Judgments, Relief From Judgments, Corporate Formalities, Corporate Finance, Initial Capitalization & Stock Subscriptions, Standards of Review, Clearly Erroneous Review, De Novo Review, Trials, Bench Trials