Union Pacific R. Co. v. Sheehan,
439 U.S. 89 (1978)

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Union Pacific R. Co. v. Sheehan, 439 U.S. 89 (1978)

Union Pacific Railroad Co. v. Sheehan

No. 78-344

Decided December 4, 1978

439 U.S. 89


The National Railroad Adjustment Board's determination that respondent railroad employee had not filed his appeal to the Board from his allegedly wrongful discharge by petitioner within the time prescribed by the governing collective bargaining agreement was final and binding upon the parties under § 3 First (q) of the Railway Labor Act, and neither the District Court nor the Court of Appeals had authority to disturb such decision.

Certiorari granted; 576 F.2d 854, revered.

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