Management advised us late yesterday that it has received reports that some pilots may be planning to engage in an illegal job action, possibly including a maintenance write-up campaign. While we do not have evidence that this is occurring, we want to advise you that any such actions that depart from normal longstanding operational practices with the intent to harm our airline’s operation could lead to discipline, including discharge, for individual pilots who participate. These types of activities could place individual pilots’ careers in jeopardy. They are also very likely to also harm rather than help our collective pilot group’s abilities to expeditiously resume JCBA negotiations. We understand and share your frustration with the current situation, but remember that disrupting the operation could provide our mainline partners a reason to discontinue their relationship with ExpressJet, which would negatively impact all of our job security. Therefore, we strongly advise pilots not to engage in or contemplate engaging in such actions.