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Retired UAW Union President Dennis Williams (pictured left) did not get to enjoy his UAW union paid-for Black Lake luxury vacation home as much as he probably had hoped. And now, Williams is expected to plea guilty to being part of a multi-year and multi-million-dollar embezzlement scheme according to reports…(Read More)

Another UAW officer, former president Dennis Williams, charged in the ongoing UAW embezzlement investigations and prosecutions. From the Detroit Free Press: Prosecutors charged Williams, 67, of Corona, California, with conspiracy to embezzle union funds. The charge, which carries a maximum five-year prison term and $250,000 fine if Williams is convicted, was…(Read More)

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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…(Read More)

As the UAW corruption investigation continues to trickle out headlines, so do the plea deals that create the headlines. The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR.org) compiled those plea agreements for your convenience. Downloadable Copies of UAW Scandal Related Plea Deals Gary Jones (Former UAW President)Alphons Iacobelli & Monica Morgan (spouse of…(Read More)

As news media recounts Attorney General Matthew Schneider as “losing patience” with United Auto Workers (UAW)  bosses who have stolen millions in dues from the union, one can only imagine how the UAW’s almost 400,000 rank and file members, especially those who are forced-dues payers, feel about the latest news on…(Read More)

Go Ahead! Look Under UAW’s Hood The National Institute for Labor Relations Research (NILRR) created an expanding collection of United Auto Workers (UAW) financial reports that honest UAW union officials, members, forced-fee payers, vendors, and you may review at your leisure. You may discover irregularities that federal investigators and others missed. Go ahead…(Read More)

Under the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, As Amended (LMRDA), labor organizations constitutions are not allowed to violate the LMRDA. If any union’s constitution violates the LMRDA, then those provisions are considered invalid and legally unenforceable. So, it is a good idea to know the LMRDA and read a union’s…(Read More)

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As numerous UAW officials are pleading guilty to embezzlement involving resort and golfing schemes, it seems obvious that the decades of losses at the UAW-owned resort and golf courses at Black Lake should be getting a second look by Labor Department and Justice Department investigators. Spending like politicians who tax others to pay for…(Read More)