Any idea how long the process is going to take? Is there any kind of timeline?lumax said:Here is the latest:
Oral arguments in the lawsuit challenging the Kasher Arbitration
Award are scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow, Tuesday, October 25,
at the Federal Courthouse in Seattle in Judge Robert S. Lasnik's
courtroom on the 15th floor. Attorneys for both the Association and the
Company will present argument on the pending motions. No witness
testimony will be taken. The hearing is open to the public.
Thanks for the info. When it comes down to a judge making a decision, you just never know. Long shot, but better than no shot I guess.mach none said:U.S. District Court Judge Robert S. Lasnik today, Tuesday, October 25,
heard oral arguments from attorneys for the Association and Alaska
Airlines on motions related to the lawsuit that seeks to have the Kasher
arbitration award dismissed.
The hearing lasted about an hour and a half. At the conclusion, Judge
Lasnik told both parties that he expects to issue his written ruling no
later than next Monday. The Association will update you on Judge
Lasnik's ruling as soon as it becomes available.
I am not holding my breath, but strange things could happen.