Are you sure? Didn't it just go to the jury?
When the verdict was read, USAPA read a prepared statement notifying the Jury that they had decertified USAPA and that they had formed a new - new union to void the jury's verdict and that they were requesting the judge to assign a blue ribbon panel to review the clear bias of the jurors and asked that sky god Sully be assigned as the chairman of the committee. They also requested that the committee be called the "Integrity Search Committee".
Our favorite USAPA apologist speaks again. Within a week Judge Wake will issue his remedy injunction. Guess who decides whether to stay that injunction pending appeal? Judge Wake. In other words, the injuction will stick while Seham continues to bill hundreds of hours of useless legal work. The appeal will either not be heard or will go nowhere. Guaranteed.When does th thread start concerning the appeal
and the remedy?
back to seperate votes or something stronger than that?
It will probably be next week before the judge issues remedies. However, the plaintiffs asked for 4 remedies. During discussion of those the judge seemed amenable to the one requiring that the Nicolau arbitrated list be the only list in any negotiated and proposed contract. He also was leaning towards single group ratification rather than east/west group ratification.
Whatever else there may be it seems clear that USAPA will not be allowed to negotiate nor present a tentative agreement that does not include the arbitration award as part of the negotiated agreement. Plaintiffs also asked for implementation of the arbitrated seniority list by a date certain in the event USAPA stalls or does not negotiate for a new contract including the Nic.[/QUOTE]
While I wish this was true it was not brought up in court today.