ORLANDO — A labor group is suing Electric Company of South Florida, Inc., an employer, citing alleged breach of contract.
Electricians Local Union No. 606 Pension Annuity Fund; William "Clay" McNeely, Robert Coppersmith and Kenneth Wooton, Jr. as trustee of Electricians Local Union No. 606 Pension Annuity Fund; Central Florida Electrical JATC; Douglas Carter, Michael Duffield, Scott Maddox, Carl Williams, Herman Hudson, Lorraine Llauger, Lary Kidd and Teresa Alcantar as trustee of Central Florida Electrical JATC; and the National Electrical Benefit Fund and Lawrence J. Bradley, as Fiduciary of the National Electrical Benefit Fund; and Local 606 of the International Brotherhood Electrical Workers, AFL-CIO filed a complaint on Nov. 16, in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida Orlando Division against Electric Company of South Florida, Inc. alleging that the employer failed to make their monthly fringe benefit contribution to the plaintiff.
According to the complaint, the plaintiffs allege that Electricians Local Union No. 606 Pension Annuity Fund and the other named plaintiffs suffered damages due to unpaid and late paid contributions. The plaintiffs hold Electric Company of South Florida, Inc. responsible because the defendant allegedly breached their bargaining agreement with the plaintiff by failing to pay their contributions on behalf of their employees.
The plaintiffs seek judgment against the defendant for damages. They are represented by Eric Venable of Venable Law Firm, P.A. in Tampa.
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida Orlando Division Case number 6:16-cv-02004-RBD-KRS