884 F.2d 709 (3rd Cir. 1989), 88-1208, Transport Workers' Union of Philadelphia, Local 234 v. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp. Authority
|Docket Nº:||Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen, Appellants in No. 88-1208,|
|Citation:||884 F.2d 709|
|Party Name:||6 Indiv.Empl.Rts.Cas. 510, TRANSPORT WORKERS' UNION OF PHILADELPHIA, LOCAL 234, Appellant in No. 88-1206, v. SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, Appellant in No. 88-1160. TRANSPORT WORKERS UNION OF AMERICA, LOCAL 2013 v. SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY and Louis F. Gould, Jr., Esquire, Individually and in his offi|
|Case Date:||September 01, 1989|
|Court:||United States Courts of Appeals, Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit|
On Remand From The Supreme Court of the United States June 26, 1989.
Dec. 22, 1988
Argued Aug. 30, 1988.
John F. Smith, III, Richard S. Meyer, Hope A. Comisky, James J. Rodgers, Barbra Shotel, Dilworth, Paxson, Kalish & Kauffman, Philadelphia, Pa., for Southeastern Pennsylvania Transp. Authority.
Michael Brodie, Michael R. Kopac, III, Sacks, Basch, Brodie & Sacks, Philadelphia, Pa., for Transport Workers' Union of Philadelphia, Local 234.
Harold A. Ross, Joseph E. Prekop, Ross & Kraushaar Co., L.P.A., Cleveland, Ohio, Cornelius C. O'Brien, Jr., Cornelius C. O'Brien, III, Cornelius C. O'Brien, Jr., P.C., Philadelphia, Pa., for Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, Div. 71, Thomas C. Brennan, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, United Transp. Union, Brotherhood of Ry., Airline and S.S. Clerks, Freight Handlers, Express and Station Employees, Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees, Brotherhood of Railroad Signalmen.
Before SLOVITER, GREENBERG and COWEN, Circuit Judges.
SLOVITER, Circuit Judge.
We consider this case on remand from the Supreme Court in light of two cases it decided last term in the rapidly developing area of constitutional and statutory law regarding employee drug testing. In our opinion in Transport Workers' Union of Philadelphia v. Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), 863 F.2d 1110 (3d Cir.1988), we upheld SEPTA's program for random drug and alcohol testing of operating employees holding safety sensitive positions within SEPTA's mass transit system, but struck down...
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