Emma. wrote:Anheuser-Busch, Inc. v. Beer, Soft Drink, Water, Fruit Juice, Carbonic Gas, Liquor Sales Drivers, Helpers, Inside Workers, Bottlers, Warehousemen, School, Sightseeing, Charter Bus Drivers, General Promotions Employees, and Employees of Affiliated Industries, Malster, Laborers, Syrup, Yeast, Food, Vinegar, Brewery, Recycling and Miscellaneous Workers of Chicago and Vicinity, Illinois, Local Unions No. 744, Affiliated with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, 280 F.3d 1133 (2002)
(i) Union and local union names.
Cite a union name exactly as given in the official reporter. This general rule is subject, however, to the following exceptions:
(i) Only the smallest unit should be cited:
NLRB v. Radio & Television Broadcast Engineers Local 1212
Not: NLRB v. Radio & Television Broadcast Engineers Local 1212, IBEW, AFL-CIO
(ii) All craft or industry designations, except the first full such designation, should be omitted:
Douds v. Local 294, International Brotherhood of Teamsters
Not: Douds v. Local 294, International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen & Helpers
But: International Union of Doll & Toy Workers v. Local 379
(iii) A widely recognized abbreviation of the union’s name (e.g., UAW) may be used in accordance with rules 6.1(b) and 10.2.1(c).
(iv) All prepositional phrases of location, including those of national or larger areas, should be omitted.