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Huyghue insists that the UFL's plans are not contingent on an NFL lockout.
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Thirdly, the relative importance of lockouts as a source of days lost increased quite sharply during the middle stage of the ECA period, then fell during the later stage.
There is, of course, another weak argument that the word Lockout is, in fact, a generic word made up of the word Lock and Out, which can be found in the dictionary and which, of course, no one can prevent someone from using them.
Anecdotal evidence confirming the anticipated economic fallout from the lockout likewise began to emerge.
Prevention is the best answer to safe and vault lockouts.
Second, what has been the pattern of lockouts versus strikes in India since separate data on lockouts and strikes began being collected in 1961 and what might explain similarities and differences?
Since the lockout, Crown has suffered repeated financial losses and a rash of civil rights, environmental and shareholder lawsuits.
Briggs research into lockouts in Australia offers a number of interesting insights into the structure of recent industrial disputes in Australia.
Businesses stuck with spoiled or delayed goods could argue that the carriers themselves ``created the conditions by declaring the lockout so they are not exempt from liability,'' Force said.
Until the CIRB renders its decision on essential services, any right to strike or lockout is suspended.
Len Parry has written a comment following the publication of my lockouts paper which concludes that lockouts are of 'minor' significance.