YRCW may counter sue AFB

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  1. Twice Pipes

    Twice Pipes Well-Known Member

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    This reminds me on Mad Magazine's Spy VS Spy. Only the Attorneys are salivating.
     
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    Man , who didn't see this coming. They're going to try to overturn the contract. It will be interesting.
     
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    YRC said ABF isn't a party to YRC's labor contract and the suit "is in direct contradiction to laws governing labor contracts."

    So if ABF is not a party to the labor negotiations between YRC and IBT, then it would be against public policy for ABF to win this suit. To grant them relief would seem to violate the Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914.

    DISCLAIMER HERE: Course I'm no lawyer...

    Clayton Antitrust Act - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
     
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    B]"The Teamsters have called the complaint frivolous."[/B]:hysterical: The IBT actually calling someone's complaint frivolous? Hilarious
     

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