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Pennsylvania’s Appellate Court Concludes Lifetime CDL Disqualification Was Proper and NLRB's New Ruling Could Spell Trouble in Harassment Investigations
Excerpt from Pennsylvania’s Appellate Court Concludes Lifetime CDL Disqualification Was Proper -
In 2005, in order to comply with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act and ensure Pennsylvania’s continued receipt of federal highway funds, the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code was amended to provide that certain violations in personal non-commercial vehicles could lead to a disqualification of someone’s CDL, including a lifetime disqualification. One such offense, not surprisingly, is DUI.
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Topics: Commercial Driving Licenses, Compliance, Disqualification, DUI, Employer Liability Issues, Harassment, NLRB
Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Criminal Law Updates, Labor & Employment Updates, Transportation Updates
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