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Marquez v. Screen Actors Guild Inc., 525 U.S. 33 (1998), was a United States Supreme Court decision involving the validity of a union shop contract.


Naomi Marquez, part-time actress, auditioned successfully for a role in a television series produced by Lakeside Pictures. Pursuant to their collective bargaining ...


Case opinion for US 9th Circuit MARQUEZ v. SCREEN ACTORS GUILD INC. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.


Marquez v. Screen Actors Guild, Inc. 525 U.S. 33 II. ACTION OF THE LOWER COURT, if any. The district court granted summary judgment to the defendants. III.


MARQUEZ V. SCREEN ACTORS (97-1056) 525 U.S. 33 (1998) .... Respondent Screen Actors Guild (SAG) is a labor organization that represents performers in ...


Dec 2, 1998 ... Marquez v. Screen Actors Guild, 1998 U.S. LEXIS 7110 (November 3, 1998). Although many collective bargaining agreements contain a union ...


Jul 5, 2017 ... Marquez v. Screen Actors. Guild, Inc., 525 U.S. 33, 44 (1998). Plaintiffs bear the burden of proving that a union breached such duty. Beck v.


Please note that while we mention SAG (Screen Actors Guild) as the union many times ... a full-fledged member, and the Supreme Court ruling of MARQUEZ v.


See Marquez v. Screen Actors Guild, Inc., 525 U.S. 33, 37 (1998) (finding that union- security clauses "require employees to become 'member[s]' of a union as a ...