NORRISTOWN, Pa. -- United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 1776 here said last week it has won a ruling from a Common Pleas Court judge in Philadelphia upholding its contractual right for employees to receive 60 days' notice before an employer can close a store. ed a temporary restraining order in August to keep the store open, pending the Common Pleas court ruling. Under that ruling, issued earlier this month, the store can close whenever it wants but it must pay employees for the ...

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