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The Role of Personal Injury Law Firms in Cases of Malpractice

Why do you need a personal injury law firm? Let’s start by explaining how these specialized legal firms work. A personal injury lawyer, or P.I. lawyer as they are sometimes called, represents a client who has suffered some type of injury due to the negligence of another party. The results

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Global Alliance Puts Mondelēz International on Notice

The International Union of Food Workers (IUF) has sent a message of International Solidarity with workers of Mondelēz International, the maker of Nabisco products, around the world. BCTGM represents about 4,000 Mondelēz workers throughout North America. The company has asked for massive concessions from BCTGM Local 300 members – which would amount to

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Hillary Clinton Meets with Nabisco Workers in Chicago

In the BCTGM Local 300 office located across Kenzie Avenue from the Chicago Nabisco bakery, Hillary Clinton met with union members ‘to figure out how we can stop’ the impending relocation of 600 American jobs to Mexico. According to BCTGM International Vice President Jethro Head, who facilitated the meeting, “She

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June 20: Where to Find the Nabisco 600 Tour this Week!

The Nabisco 600 team, composed of laid-off Local 300 members from the Nabisco bakery in Chicago, set out on a national tour last week to spread the word that the Mondelez offshoring of Nabisco jobs to Mexico will not stand. With appearances on Union Edge Radio in Pittsburgh, the Rick Smith

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Where is the Nabisco 600 Tour this Week?

Representatives for the Nabisco Tour will be educating consumers outside major retailers throughout the country and addressing labor functions. This is where they will be THIS WEEK:   Monday, June 27: Steelworkers Organization of Active Retirees, Gary, Indiana Wednesday, June 29: Maricopa Area Labor Federation, Phoenix, Arizona

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Retirees Join AFL-CIO Boycott of Mexican-Made Nabisco Products

Alliance for Retired Americans members have joined the AFL-CIO in a boycott of Mexican-made Oreos and other Mexican-made Nabisco products. The boycott is a result of Nabisco’s announcement last July that it would invest an additional $130 million in a Mexican plant rather than its American factory in Chicago. As

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Don’t let Mondelez sell out American middle-class jobs for foreign poverty-wage jobs!