I traveled to make sure the the Teamsters Local 2010 was represented in AFL-CIO LA to Ohio Campaign to repeal Senate Bill 5 which was defeated by 61% to 38% vote. The ironic part is that Teamsters Attorney Mr. Rabinowitz (Beeson Tayer, and Bodine) and wrote me a letter stating that he did not represent me but rather represented the Union. It seems that the Union's Law Firm has a problem representing me even though I have no problem representing the Union. I thought that I was the Union and the reason the Unions lawyers get a retainer. I have been trying to get the representation that I have been paying dues for over a year and a half to no avail. The members of this local have a legitimate right to fear for their jobs because when a Union Lawyer can tell that he does not represent you but rather only represents the Union Contract and the dues that it collects in essence there is no Union Representation of the Membership. In the mean time its seems that UC managment is engaged on a c..."
Beeson, Tayer & Bodine is located at Ross House, 2nd Floor 483 Ninth Street Oakland, CA 94607. Here is what the firm website history reads:
Dear Friends and Colleagues:
The website also states that: Beeson, Tayer & Bodine has represented labor unions and collectively-bargained employee benefit plans in California for over fifty years. With offices in Oakland and Sacramento, the firm serves clients throughout the Western United States.
But reading Mr. Murillo concern this firm is contracting themselves because Mr. Murillo is right, the Union is taking employees dues and they are not helping to work with employers like UCLA Ronald Reagan Medical Center or Santa Monica Ucla Medical Center aka Regents of California. Working at UCLA Ronald Reagan and Santa Monica UCLA Medical Centers is a nightmare and they treat their employees with no respect and dignity at the Wilshire Center Patient Business Service.
Dear Fans and Readers, What do you think of Mr. Jason Rabinowitz response to Mr. Murillo? Should Teamters Local 2010 fire the Beeson, Tayer & Bodine firm?