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Robert Seigel Comments on Ameren Illinois Company v. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Case

Robert Seigel comments on Ameren Electric Company's case regarding a former employee that violated a provision in the workplace rule on violence after having an unsecured handgun in his car on company property in "​Keep Arbitrator's Award On Parking Lot Gun, 7th Circ. Urged," published by Law360.

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