The opinion of the court was delivered by: WEBER
AND NOW, to wit, this 21st day of April, 1983, this cause having been heard on the motion of plaintiff for a temporary restraining order, on the verified Complaint and from evidence offered in support thereof, and it appearing to the Court therefrom:
1. That there was a collective bargaining agreement in effect between plaintiff and defendant which by its terms was to continue until January 2, 1984;
2. During the term of the collective bargaining agreement in the months of January, February, March and April, 1980, plaintiff became delinquent in payments to defendant's various fringe benefit funds. These delinquencies were remedied and no further delinquencies were experienced by defendant's funds since that time;
3. Subsequently in 1980 and 1981, plaintiff secured defendant union members to work on another subcontract for which payments were promptly made to and accepted by defendant's fringe benefit funds.
4. Plaintiff has worked both as an independent contractor and as participant in joint ventures in 1981 and 1982 which employed members of defendant union.
5. That on September 18, 1982, plaintiff received notice of termination of its collective bargaining agreement with defendant. This termination was determined upon by the defendant Union at that time because of the 1980 reported delinquencies;
6. That subsequent to the time of the delinquencies the defendant Union had accepted benefits under the collective bargaining agreement by the acceptance of payments to its fringe benefits funds, and by the placement of its members for work on plaintiff's contract, thus waiving any right to terminate for such delinquencies;
7. Defendant's termination of the collective bargaining agreement on September 13, 1982, and defendant's continued refusal to rescind that termination and abide thereby was not made within a reasonable time after the cause had accrued and was made after defendant, by its subsequent conduct, waived the condition for termination;
9. That defendant's continued refusal to rescind its termination of the aforesaid agreement and to abide by the terms of its collective bargaining agreement and relationship with plaintiff seriously impairs plaintiff's ability to engage in other electrical subcontracting work in Western Pennsylvania and seriously impairs plaintiff's ability to continue in business as an electrical subcontractor;
10. That there is danger of immediate and irreparable injury, loss and damage to plaintiff and that plaintiff has no adequate remedy at law for defendant's refusal to revoke its wrongful termination of the aforesaid collective bargaining agreement and that greater injury will be inflicted upon the plaintiff by the denial of a temporary restraining order than upon the defendant by the granting of such relief;
11. That defendant will not suffer significant damage from the grant of the injunction, while plaintiff will suffer irreparable damage from its denial.
IT IS ORDERED, that defendant, Local Union No. 5, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, its officers, business representatives and members, and all persons acting in concert with ...