Law’s Juscelino Colares explains behind the scenes of union negotiations

Northeast Ohio car buyers fear for inflated costs at dealerships as the UAW strike continues
WEWSJuscelino Colares, the Schott-van den Eynden Professor of Law, explained why prolonged negotiations are not in the best interest of the union workers or the big three automakers in the midst of a national strike. The longer the wait, he said, the quicker consumers may choose a car from non-union foreign competitors. “There’s a lot of pressure on the car, on the automobile industry right now in the Western world to compete with China because they know the Chinese are at the gates,” Colares said.