Campbell Quoted in Crain’s Cleveland Business Story Entitled “Ferry Cap Puts Legal Screws to Union”
David Campbell, a partner in the Vorys Cleveland office and a member of the firm’s labor and employment group, was quoted in a Crain’s Cleveland Business story about a northeast Ohio employer that has sued some of its employees and their union “over claims the employees are refusing to work overtime because they oppose a relocation.”
The story states:
“Another local labor and employment attorney, David A. Campbell, said he's surprised Ferry Cap took to suing the employees rather than disciplining — and even firing — them. He also said he was surprised the collective bargaining agreement may not require mandatory overtime because most union contracts do.
‘I would simply handle it at the plant and discharge for subordination,’ said Mr. Campbell, a partner in the Cleveland office of Columbus-based Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP. ‘Either this company doesn't have the appropriate contract ... or they're just simply not responding the way a typical employer would.’”
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