A group of San Francisco hotels and the union that represents thousands of their workers quietly returned to the bargaining table in June, nearly two years after their contract expired and more than six months after they’d last met.

The 13 hotels — including the Four Seasons, the Palace Hotel and two Holiday Inns near Fisherman’s Wharf — last year turned to a management-side powerhouse, Seyfarth Shaw, to represent them in the negotiations, which had been marked by a strike and lockout.

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