uaw-union-officer-employee-conflict-of-interest-reports

UAW Conflict-Of-Interest Disclosure

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Labor organization officers and employees (other than exclusively clerical or custodial employees) who have directly or indirectly held any legal or equitable interest in, received any payments from, or engaged in any transactions or arrangements with certain employers or businesses must file a report with U.S. Department of Labor.  This report is submitted on a Form LM-30 and is required to make public any actual or likely conflict between the personal financial interests of union officers or employees and their obligations to the union and its members.

So far it appears that each UAW Officer to make a guilty plea has violated the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, as amended (LMRDA) and failed to file these LM-30 (conflict-of-interest) forms correctly.

Union officials must disclose whether they directly or indirectly: (1) held an interest; (2) engaged in a transaction or arrangements (including loans); or (3) received income, payment or other benefit with monetary value from anyone doing business with the labor union or Employer(s) of union ‘represented’ (or seeking to represent) employees. And, it is a big deal not to file the form correctly or failure to file the disclosure.

The labor organization officer or employee required to sign the Form LM-30 is personally responsible for its filing and accuracy. Under the LMRDA, this individual is subject to criminal penalties for willful failure to file a required report and/or for false reporting. False reporting includes making any false statement or misrepresentation of a material fact while knowing it to be false, or for knowingly failing to disclose a material fact in a required report or in the information required to be contained in it or in any information required to be submitted with it. The reporting labor organization officer or employee required to sign Form LM-30 is also subject to civil prosecution for violations of filing requirements. Section 210 of the LMRDA provides that “whenever it shall appear that any person has violated or is about to violate any of the provisions of this title, the Secretary may bring a civil action for such relief (including injunctions) as may be appropriate.” [Emphasis added]US Department of Labor

Union Officers and Employees must report such things as: gifts exceeding $250, vendor and Employer paid for events, special payroll arrangements, ownership interest, or indirect benefits from Employers.

Downloadable UAW Conflict-of-Interest Forms (LM-30)

NameYearYearYearYear
U-56549ABELL, ADAM M
U-9420AMAYA, JOHN F20042005
U-7031ANDREWS, SCOTT 2004
U-56577BAKER, MARK A
U-56569BANET, FRANK L
U-12006BARAHONA, ZOILA 20042005
U-12008BARNEY, ED 2004
U-56227BAUMHOWER, BRUCE W
U-67140BERTOG JR., HENRY
U-28271BERTOG, HENRY 20062007
U-9656BIALK, ROBERT D2004
U-27241BIEBER, MICHAEL2004200520062007
U-56658BISHOP, PAUL L
U-6689BOWMAN, MIKE 2004
U-3098BRENNEKE, MICHAEL J2004
U-11112BROWN, HAROLD 2004
U-10720BRYANT, PHILIP 2004
U-16019BUFORD, BOB 2004
U-1942BUNN, MARY E2000200120022005
200620072009
U-2594BURGESS, DON 2004
U-25941CAMPA, GEORGE 2004
U-6943CAMPBELL, BILL 2004
U-2368CANNON, MIKE 2004
U-56044CANOVA, ROBERT2007
U-3361CARRICO, PHILLIP 2004
U-2371CARTHON-HAYES, SHEQUITA 2004
U-57455CLEWLEY, RUSSELL D
U-2915COBB, CLARENCE2004
U-57172COLEMAN, CHRIS
U-56711COMITO, ROCKY B
U-2291CORPUZ, DANIEL L200420052006
U-25019CRABTREE, SUSAN20052007
U-12953DANFORD,WARREN2004
U-56820DAVISON, MAURICE
U-2499DEARING, KENNETH 20042005
U-25390DICKERSON, HOWARD2005
U-56641DOWELL, STEVEN J
U-6939DRNJEVIC, DENNIS 2004
U-56059DUMAS, VICTOR E20052006
U-56563DUNN, MICHAEL T
U-56564ELDRIDGE, LIBBY J
U-56647ESHRIDGE, RILEY S
U-56655ESKRIDGE, DAVID B
U-67492ESTRADA, CYNTHIA ANN
U-10355EULER, PHILIP 
U-28370FANSLER, JEFFREY L20052006
U-28268FILARY, KEVIN D2006
U-3131FISHER, CHARLES2004
U-4075FLETCHER, BRIAN2004
U-3266FLUKE, LARRY E200420052007
U-25200FOSTER, JR, LAWRENCE R2005
U-5916FRUEH, FRED W20042005
U-7005FUSTIN, ROBERT 2004
U-2762GAYNEY, CHARLES M2004200520062007
U-2160GEIMAN, GLENN D2004
U-9421GIBBONS, CHARLES 20042004
U-56576GOODMAN, THOMAS
U-56568GORSICK, JOSEPH D
U-4093GRAF, DENNIS J2004
U-11705HAMILTON, BILL 2004
U-2306HARRELL, SYNNOMON H2004200520062007
U-28240HECKER, JAMES E2006
U-11889HOSELTON, LINDA 2004
U-56712HUGHES, ALLEN L
U-56562JACKSON, CASSANDRA 
U-68311JACKSON, DAWN W
U-8869JAZDZEWSKI, LENNY 2004
U-28433JEANNIN, NORMAN S2005
U-28400JEROME, JOHN 2006
U-25296JOHNSON, LEROY C2005
U-56575JONES, CHARLES L
U-6420JONES, GARY 200420052006
U-3154JORGENSEN, RICHARD A2004
U-8876KELLEY, ARLEEN 2004
U-56650KESSINGER, BRYAN S
U-27078KIDDELL, WILLIAM 2004
U-57441KIEFER, CRAIG A
U-65884KIEFER, CRAIG A
U-56570KING, SYLVIA L
U-11154LAQUATRA, MICHAEL2004
U-12046LEE, SAMMY 2004
U-25123LORD, ROBERT E2005
U-28279MACK, CRAIG 200620062007
U-68090MARINEZ, GREG L2018
U-3862MCALLISTER, DAVID20042005
U-2206MCATTEE, BRUCE G20042007
U-10798MCBRIDE, BRUCE 2004
U-1973MERRILL JAY, WHITMAN 
U-2210MESSER, JENNIFER L2004
U-8467MILLER, ADAM A2004200520062007
U-8909MITCHELL, RAYMOND 2004
U-28272MONROE, JEFFREY A2006
U-56573MOTSINGER, TODD H
U-9415MUND, MIKE 200420042005
U-57160NAPIERS, GEORGE D
U-27196OCHOCINS, GERI 2005
U-7207OLIVERI, CARLO 2004
U-56323PALMER, MICHAEL J
U-65196PALMER, MICHAEL J
U-2226PENDERGRASS, WILLIAM R2004200520052006
2007
U-11776PENN, BILL 2004
U-11040PICKERING, WILLIAM20042007
U-12066PINSON, JERRY 2004
U-56572POWERS, KEVIN P
U-7555PRATT, JAMES W2007
U-13571RAMSEY, TRAVIS 2004
U-2444RAPSON, CALVIN T200420062007
U-2445REASONS, STANLEY 2004
U-56642REID, ROBERT N
U-2339RILEY, JEROME 2004
U-2679ROBERTSON, LARRY 2004
U-2447ROBINSON, EDWARD2004
U-3017ROCKERS, STEVE 2004
U-11453RODRIGUEZ, GILBERT 2004
U-8239ROSS, DANIEL 20042007
U-2544ROYSTER, GARY 2004
U-2239RUSHLAU, GORDON L20042005
U-56571SANDERS, TIMOTHY A
U-11725SAVAGE, GERALD 2004
U-4601SCHMID, THOMAS J2004
U-8765SCHNECK, BRIAN 20042007
U-28219SETTLES, JR., JAMES 2006
U-56582SHARPE, TERRY A
U-10862SHELBY, DON 2004
U-25298SHELTON, ERNEST 2005
U-1941SHERRICK, DANIEL W2000200120022005
2006200720092010
U-7958SHRIER, TOM 2004
U-67529SMITH, RICHARD W2018
U-3679SNELL, FRANCIS 2004
U-10575SODKO, JEFFREY D2004200520062007
U-28000SORRELL, GARY L2005
U-28401SPEAR, RONALD J2006
U-7795STANLEY, DAVID 2004
U-10580STROHSCHOEN, JAMES L20042005
U-2555STYLE, GARY 2004
U-68491SUSALLA, MIKE 2018
U-57458SWARTZ, CARL 20122013
U-28038THURMAN, CONNIE R2005
U-13489TORRES, VILMA 2004
U-56574TUBB, GERALD J
U-67556TURNER-BAILEY, RENEE L2018
U-13510VALCARCEL, PABLO 2004
U-8571VERHUSEN, KAREN 2004
U-28078VIRES, PRICE 2005
U-56659WALKER, KENNETH E
U-28383WALLACE, KENNETH2006
U-2472WELLS, JAMES B2004200420042005
2006
U-27061WEYER, PATRICK R2004
U-13001WEYGAND, AL 2004
U-2475WIDEMAN, JIM 2004
U-8385WILES, VICTOR 2004
U-5066WILSON, KARL 2004
U-2699WISDOM, DONALD 2004
U-56743WISE, TIMOTHY A
U-13585WOODY, STEVE 2004
U-25819WOROBEY, JR., JOHN A2005
U-1940YOKICH, STEPHEN A2001200220052006
Source: U.S. Department of Labor