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|Name||Subject Matter||Date Issued||Case Number(s)||Topic(s)|
|City of Detroit (Fire Department) -and- Detroit Fire Fighters Association, Local 344||
Remand: Michigan Court of Appeals Reversed the Prior Commission Decision; MERC Decision Held That the City of Detroit Fire Department Violated PERA By Unilaterally Changing the Terms and Conditions of Employment When it Used Available Data From Its Newly Acquired Zoll X Heart Monitor to Discipline Bargaining Unit Employees Without First Bargaining With The Union; The Court Disagreed With MERC and Reached the Factual Conclusion That the Data Being Used From the Zoll Monitor Was the Same Data Available From the Prior Monitoring Equipment and Did Not Involve a Subject over Which the Parties Were Obligated to Bargain; The Court Remanded the Case For Entry of a Commission Order In Favor of the City of Detroit (Fire Department); The Appellate Court Refrained From Deciding Whether the Use of Previously Unavailable Data From the Zoll Monitor for Disciplinary Purposes Would Constitute a Mandatory Subject of Bargaining.
|3/8/2022||19-C-0479-CE||Remand: Unilateral Change; Mandatory Subject of Bargaining|
| City of Westland (Police Dept.)
-and- Westland Lieutenants and Sergeants Association
-and- Tim Horvath
|Unfair Labor Practice Not Found: Allegations Set Forth by Charging Party Against Both the Employer And Union Fail to Meet the Minimum Pleading Requirements Set Forth in Rule 151(2); Charging Party Failed to Respond to Show Cause Order Which May Warrant Dismissal of Charge.||3/31/2022||
|Failure to State Claim; Failure to Respond to Show Cause|