From today’s Florida Times-Union . . .

Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra musicians have filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board accusing symphony management of unfair labor practices by locking them out.

Symphony management declared a lockout last month when negotiations for a new five-year contract reached an impasse.

The Jacksonville Symphony Players Association claims the action was illegal because that law requires that 60 days pass after service of notice before any strike or lockout is declared.

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