In the NBA, it worked like a charm. From dissolution of the union to antitrust suit to new CBA, it took only a couple of weeks.
But decertification itself won’t end the lockout in the way these sides want.
“My sense is that the calendar will speak louder than litigation at this point. Because litigation can shift leverage; litigation doesn’t get a deal done. A court is not going to write a collective bargaining agreement for these parties,” Feldman said. “At the end of the day, this gets done in a negotiating room, not in a courtroom.”
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