In Kemp v. Division No. 241, 255 Ill. 213, an injunction had been issued restraining the union from conspiring to procure the discharge of plaintiff's other employees, because they did not belong to the union.Summary of this case from M. Ward Co. v. United Employees
No. 175, 2000.
November 15, 2000.
Appeal from Family Court, New Castle County, 99-10-04TN.
Unpublished Opinion is below.
IN THE MATTER OF: THOMAS STUART KEMP aka THOMAS DAVID MURROW, A MINOR CHILD: STUART E. KEMP, Respondent Below, Appellant, v. DIVISION OF FAMILY SERVICES, Petitioner Below, Appellee. No. 175, 2000. In the Supreme Court of the State of Delaware. Submitted: October 31, 2000. Decided: November 15, 2000.
Court Below: Family Court of the State of Delaware, in and for New Castle County, File No. 99-10-04TN.
Before VEASEY, Chief Justice, WALSH and STEELE Justices.
This 15th day of November, the Court having carefully considered the decision and judgment of the Family Court dated March 22, 2000, together with the briefs filed by the parties, has determined as follows:
To the extent that: (a) the issues raised on appeal are factual, the record evidence supports the trial judge's factual findings; (b) the errors alleged on appeal are attributed to an abuse of discretion, the record does not support those assertions; (c) the issues raised on appeal are legal, they are controlled by settled Delaware law, which was properly applied.
NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS ORDERED that the judgment of the Family Court is AFFIRMED.
BY THE COURT:
/s/ Myron T. Steele Justice