This excerpt taken from the GPS 10-Q filed Jun 9, 2009.
18.5 Union Agreements and WARN Act
Supplier shall provide Gap not less than ninety (90) days written notice of the expiration of any collective bargaining agreement with unionized Supplier Personnel if the expiration of such agreement or any resulting labor dispute could potentially interfere with or disrupt the business or operations of Gap or an Authorized User or impact Suppliers ability to timely perform its duties and obligations under this Agreement, and shall meet with Gap on a weekly basis (or such other timeframe as designated by Gap) thereafter to jointly develop an appropriate contingency/risk mitigation plan.
Supplier shall not, for a period of * after the Initiation Date, cause any of the Transitioned Employees to suffer * as that term is construed pursuant to the WARN Act, if * could create any liability for Gap or the Gap Authorized Users, unless Supplier delivers notices under the WARN Act in a manner and at a time such that Gap or the Gap Authorized Users bear no liability with respect thereto.
* shall be responsible for any liability, cost, claim, expense, obligation or sanction attributable to any breach by * of this Section that results in * being in violation of the WARN Act or the regulations promulgated thereunder.