Developer Accuses Unions of Dirty Tricks

By Reuben Kramer, Courthouse News Service

Nine unions angry about its hiring of nonunion workers resorted to asbestos and urine as tools of intimidation, a real-estate developer claims in state court.

Post Goldtex GP, LLC claims that since November 2010, a slew of unions have been harassing it for its hiring of nonunion workers.

Not content with physically blocking people and vehicles from company properties in the heart of Philadelphia, the unions planted “loose asbestos materials” at one site and “bottles filled with urine were strewn throughout” another, according to the complaint in the Court of Common Pleas.

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