Jury: Union must pay Oregon terminal operator $93M

//Jury: Union must pay Oregon terminal operator $93M

Jury: Union must pay Oregon terminal operator $93M

A union must pay the company that runs the Port of Portland's Terminal 6 operation $93.6 million for actions between 2012 and 2016. A federal jury deemed that the International Longshore and Warehouse Union must pay ICTSI Oregon for work slowdowns and stoppages, an ICTSI Oregon spokesman said in an email. The matter ended up in a Portland court after the two sides battled in front of the National Labor Relations Board and in other legal arenas for much of the decade. In August 2013, the NLRB had…

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