Lawsuit Will Determine Whether CRE Firm May Dictate Use of Union Contractors

August 28, 2018
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A new lawsuit raises the question of whether an office building tenant should get to choose whether to use union contractors for its space, or whether the decision should be left up to the building’s manager.

The federal lawsuit filed against real estate giant Jones Lang LaSalle by a Chicago company for allegedly illegally blocking it from using nonunion labor for improvement projects at its downtown Chicago office calls out a supposed “conspiracy” with local labor unions.

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