A federal judge has ordered an aluminum processing company in West Virginia into arbitration over health coverage for retired employees. U.S. District Judge Thomas Johnston on Wednesday granted an injunction to prevent Constellium Rolled Products in Ravenswood from making changes to medical and prescription-drug coverage for 1,500 union retirees and their families.The company had no comment. Constellium does not comment on pending litigation, said Delphine Dahan-Kocher, vice president of public affairs and communications in North America for Constellium.
Arbitration was ordered by a federal judge in West Virginia between Constellium and retirees. Judge Thomas Johnston on Wednesday also granted an injunction preventing the aluminum processing company in Ravenswood Continue reading