A labor union’s agreement with the employer is “contrary to law” and therefore voidable when it governs the working conditions of employees in another bargaining unit. In a three-page opinion, [pdf] the D.C. Circuit upheld an FLRA decision allowing the Navy Supervisor of Shipbuilding to renege on an agreement with two unions to that would have deprived members of a third union of any on-site parking.
“[T]he original agreement between the two unions and the Supervisor defined the parking privileges of members of another bargaining unit. The agreement was thus contrary to law.”