A US District Court judge put off a decision until June 7 on whether United Airlines' International Assn. of Machinists-represented employees have the right to strike if the US Bankruptcy Court grants the company's motion to reject the group's current contract and impose a new one. The union believes it has the right to strike, while United has said it thinks a strike would be illegal. It still is negotiating with IAM, which represents its ramp and customer contact employees, and has until ...

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