In, Cape Fear Public Transit Authority v. Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1328, the Wilmington transit authority is challenging a labor arbitration in favor of the Union, which ordered a terminated employee be put back to work. This case is before federal Judge Boyle in the Eastern District of North Carolina. Yesterday, Judge Boyle ruled for the Union, concluding that there were no grounds to reverse the arbitration decision. Finding the city’s lawsuit to be “without justification,” Judge Boyle also awarded the Union its attorneys’ fees for defending this case. Here is the opinion. Mike Okun and Narendra Ghosh are representing the Union.