Midwest Motor Express wins transfer in Teamsters case

Schultz, John D.
November 1994
Traffic World;11/14/94, Vol. 240 Issue 7, p63
Trade Publication
Reports that Midwest Motor Express has won a change of venue in its attempt to defend itself against a lawsuit brought by the Teamsters union against the carrier. Total damages sought; Reasons for the transfer; Accusations against Midwest Motor; Highlights of the case.


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