that make up the law of this case." Darrow, 896 F. Supp. at 1345. In fact, this Court recently issued an Opinion & Order regarding an almost identical dispute over the imposition of an emergency trusteeship by the IBT on an IBT Local in Chicago. See Local 714 Case, 88 Civ. 4486 (Aug. 26, 1996). Consequently, interests of judicial economy militate in favor of adjudicating all matters regarding the instant dispute in this Court.
Because this Court finds that the Local 745 Case implicates the Consent Decree, this Court holds that this Court's All Writs Act Decision requires that the instant case be adjudicated solely in this Court and that defendants should be enjoined from commencing or pursuing any legal action, other than defense of the instant action before this Court, that challenges, impedes, seeks review of or relief from, or seeks to dissolve, prevent, or delay, any act of the IBT or James Buck or his designee with respect to the trusteeship imposed on Local 745.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT plaintiff IBT's motion for a preliminary injunction is GRANTED.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT Local Union 745 of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, its officers, employees, agents, attorneys, or other representatives are enjoined from:
1. Refusing to deliver all property, funds, books, records, and assets of any kind in their possession to James Buck as Trustee of Local 745 or his designee;
2. Representing themselves as the authorized officers and/or representatives of Local 745, unless authorized by the Trustee or his designee;
3. Interfering in any manner with the conduct of the emergency trusteeship by the Trustee or his designee;
4. Refusing to provide a complete accounting of the financial condition of Local 745 and its funds to the Trustee James Buck or his designee, and refusing to provide any and all financial records and explanation for all receipts, disbursements, and financial transactions of any kind by Local 745 or related to Local 745;
5. Destroying, removing, secreting, or altering the financial records of Local 745 or any financial records relating to Local 745; and
6. Commencing or pursuing any legal action, other than defense of the instant action before this Court, that challenges, impedes, seeks review of or relief from, or seeks to dissolve, prevent, or delay, any act of the IBT or James Buck or his designee with respect to the trusteeship imposed on Local 745.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED THAT in accordance with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 65(c), the IBT post security in the amount of $ 50,000.
DATED: New York, New York
AUGUST 30, 1996
David N. Edelstein