My guess is that the judge wanted to hear a brief first. Thus, he ordered 2 mid June settlement meetings. I can't be sure of the dates but I'll assume the first one didn't go too well. Anybody's guess as to why. And, like the NMB, the Judge must have seen an unbending nature by the union even among analytics that don't lie. Thus, a temporary injunction with the idea that the company will win its trial the first week of July. In cliff note fashion, the union showed defiance and pissed off the Judge. This union has been pretty good at pissing off institutions. Pissing off the NMB, Company, and now a Judge.