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Ch. 11 Exits Fail To Calm Turbulent Labor Relations

Law360 (June 5, 2007, 12:00 AM EDT) -- The expectation that all's well that ends well when a company finally emerges from bankruptcy has been shattered in recent months by the airline industry, as the contentious labor negotiations that dominated Chapter 11 proceedings continue to plague the carriers long after everyone has exited the courtroom.

While the state of post-bankruptcy labor relations varies on industry-by-industry and case-by-case bases, the airline market on the whole has been particularly haunted recently by negative feelings in the ranks.

“It's all very destructive,” said David Borer, the general...
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