Lockout V: Take the Long Way Home
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12-22-2012, 05:02 PM
Join Date: Jun 2009
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It's just posturing, as it is from the other side as well.
If it is impossible to bargain with a group that says take it or leave it, how is antitrust litigation supposed to work - when EVERY PREVIOUS CASE of antitrust was settled in negotiations, not the court of law?
The threat of antitrust forces the other side to do everything possible to get a deal done. That's why the players filed. Courts don't recognize "hills they we will die on", especially when those hills are arbitrary and don't even effect your business significantly.
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