Three Fiat Chrysler employees filed a federal lawsuit against the automaker and the UAW seeking hundreds of millions of dollars in damages over allegations that union leaders colluded with company officials to influence collective bargaining agreements.

Michigan law firm Sterling Attorneys at Law on Friday filed the complaint, which seeks class-action status, in U.S. District Court in Detroit. The three FCA employees say they are also representing thousands of other union workers.

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FCA Employees Turn On UAW And Sue For Corruption

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