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Public-sector union officials tasked with representing Erie Water Works employees concealed vital information from them during contract negotiations. On January 16, 2021, the court ruled in favor of employees, saying that AFSCME officials breached their duty of fair representation. The case currently awaits a decision on the relief to be awarded to our clients.

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Representing Those Hurt by
Public-Sector Union Officials

Representing Those Hurt by
Public-Sector Union Officials

“No matter where you are now, don’t give up. My story would have ended if it hadn’t been for the work of The Fairness Center. You are not alone.”
– Francisco Molina

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The Fairness Center

The Fairness Center is a law firm that provides free legal services to those hurt by public-sector union officials. We vigorously pursue our clients’ goals through a cohesive, holistic approach to representation, advocating for our clients both in the court of law and the court of public opinion.

Our firm has filed a wide variety of lawsuits on behalf of individuals who are both union and non-union members, and for organizations seeking to push back on injuries caused by the actions of public-sector union officials.

“I couldn’t think of a more important organization to come to my rescue when I was in need.  Organizations should stand up for what is right and what is good – that is what the Fairness Center does.”
– Curtis Thompson

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“No matter where you are now, don’t give up. My story would have ended if it hadn’t been for the work of The Fairness Center. You are not alone.”
– Francisco Molina

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