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Erie Basin Terminal Warehouse Co. v. International Longshoremen's Association

October 18, 1968

ERIE BASIN TERMINAL WAREHOUSE COMPANY, INC., PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT
v.
INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN'S ASSOCIATION, AFL-CIO ET AL., DEFENDANTS-APPELLEE.



Before Waterman and Moore, Circuit Judges, Bonsal, District Judge.*fn*

Per Curiam: Appellant commenced its action in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York to recover damages allegedly caused by a breach of a provision of a collective bargaining agreement that had bound the parties while appellant, which had ceased doing business, had been operating. Appellee, relying upon provisions of that agreement, moved for an order compelling appellant to submit this claim to arbitration and for a stay of further proceedings in the district court pending the arbitration.

Appellee's motion was granted and a stay order entered. Appellant seeks reversal. It claims the subject matter of its civil action is not comprehended within the situations that require submission to arbitration under the collective bargaining agreement. We hold otherwise, finding that the pertinent paragraphs of that agreement, which are quoted in the four footnotes to the opinion of the court below, reported at 57 CCH Labor Cases 21,120, 12,534 (SDNY Civ. 4637, 1968) require that submission.

We affirm the court below substantially upon the reasoning in its opinion, - F. ...


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