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If your termination does not comply with the grievance process agreed to in the Union's collective bargaining agreement with the employer, then you can sue the union for breach of implied covenant of good faith for failing to support your rights, and you can sue the employer for breach of contract for the termination itself.
However, you may find it easier to start with a complaint to the NLRB. You would have to show that your termination has clearly violated the union contract and that the union seems to be helping the employer, rather than you.
If they won't get involved, then you'll need an employment rights lawyer. See: http://www.abanet.org/legalservices/lris/directory/main.cfm?id=NV and www.martindale.com.
Hope this helps.
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