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Third Circuit Court of Appeals Interprets FRSA

The Third Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court’s decision in favor of the railroad in a claim brought pursuant to the Federal Rail Safety Act (FRSA).  The case, Araujo v. New Jersey Transit Rail Operations, Inc., was decided on Februar… Read More
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Rules Testing as a Form of Harassment

How would you like your supervisor to follow you all day, look over your shoulder at everything you do, and write down every time you make a mistake? This is what railroad employees endure during rules tests on a regular basis. For the vast majority… Read More
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