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County of Du Page v. ILLINOIS LABOR REL.

The Illinois Labor Relations Board, State Panel (the Board), and the Metropolitan Alliance of Police, Du Page County Sheriff's Police Chapter #126 (MAP or the Union) appeal from a judgment of the appellate court vacating the Board's certification of MAP as the exclusive ...

City of Chicago v. LABOR RELATIONS BD.

Petitioner, the City of Chicago (City), filed a petition seeking direct review of an order from the Illinois State Labor Relations 1106 Board, Local Panel (Board) certifying respondent, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Local 743 (Teamsters), as the exclusive bargaining ...

COUNCIL OF POLICE v. LABOR RELATIONS BD.

The ICOP filed a representation petition with the Board pursuant to section 9(a) of the Illinois Public Labor Relations Act (Act) (5 ILCS 315/9(a) (West 2006)) asking the Board to sever a group of police officers from the existing bargaining unit made up of both police and nonpolice ...