LOS ANGELES -- The profit-sharing agreement among the three major chains here prior to the 2003-2004 strike-lockout in Southern California was not exempt from antitrust enforcement, a federal court judge ruled last week. agreement was exempt from antitrust enforcement under immunities granted by the courts to certain conduct by businesses involved in labor disputes. "The incidental benefits that revenue-sharing affords to employers in their labor negotiations cannot be utilized as a ...

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