LIUNA

AcronymDefinition
LIUNALaborers' International Union of North America
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Lawsuits have charged homebuilders with scheming with real estate appraisers to inflate home prices, which left buyers owing more than the actual worth of their homes (LIUNA 2008; LIUNA and Alliance for Home Buyer Justice 2009).
Last week, LIUNA released a national poll by Hart Research Associates that uncovered the degree of concern most Americans have about their roads.
Pulte's general counsel waited four days after the denial-of-service attack began before contacting LIUNA and requesting it stop the attack.
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In a statement, LIUNA said that "maintaining independence between a corporation's CEO and Chair is considered 'best practice' by corporate governance experts and is particularly needed at Moody's and McGraw-Hill where irresponsibility and a lack of transparency had a disastrous impact on America's economy.
Mancinelli said LIUNA has offices all across Canada and can get involved with First Nations people in all regions of the country.
26) See Lawson, supra note 21 at 363-64; LIUNA, supra note 23 at 267-68; Exported Natural Gas, ibid.
See LIUNA News, LIUNA Negotiates Strong Contract for Riverside Employees, News Releases (April 13, 1998), available at http://www.
Time and again, LIUNA has received reports of the Journal reporters' efforts with third parties to try to create stories of wrongdoing and misconduct where none exists, and to disregard the truth if it interfered in any way with their preconceived notions.
The training efforts of LIUNA began in 1967 with various Federal grants.
The subsequent disorientation in the membership allowed LIUNA to reassert its authority for now.
At the 2014 convention in Cancun, we had our first Labor Roundtable with leaders of the three unions DCA has collective bargaining agreements with--the UA, LIUNA and IUOE--and the signatory contractors.