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Private Property Unions

Knock, Knock… Who’s There And Do I Have To Let You In?

by Seyfarth Shaw LLP on

Does an employer have to let a union official in? Only if they have a permit! Right of entry disputes are common – partly because of the multiple laws that at a glance seem to overlap in a way that can be confusing. The...more

November 2017: Seven Supreme Court Cases to Watch This Term

Justice Neil Gorsuch began his first full Term on the Supreme Court this October, with court-watchers eagerly anticipating which cases the Supreme Court will take and waiting to see how Justice Gorsuch will affect the...more

Ninth Circuit Finds State Trespass and Nuisance Laws Not Preempted by Secondary Boycott Law

by Littler on

In a recent decision involving the interplay between California law and federal labor law, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled that state trespass and nuisance laws are not preempted by the federal secondary...more

Today’s Special: What May Be on Your Hospital Cafeteria Menu Soon

by BakerHostetler on

On November 14, 2014, an Administrative Law Judge fired another round in the continuing skirmish between the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) and the federal courts over the rights of union representatives to enter an...more

Retail's Best Kept Secret against Non-Employee (Union or Otherwise) Protestors? Property Rights and an Evenly Enforced Policy...

by FordHarrison on

As the holiday season approaches, non-employee protestors, labor organizers or otherwise, often target retailers in an effort to maximize the reach of their message due to the high foot traffic experienced at retail...more

Resource Update: NLRB's Continuing Expansion of Off-Duty Access Rights

by FordHarrison on

Since the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark decision in Republic Aviation v. NLRB almost seventy years ago, courts and the National Labor Relations Board have been weighing employers' property rights against union rights under...more

Employers’ Right to Restrict Non-Employees’ Access to Their Property

by Snell & Wilmer on

Can Non-Employees Be Denied Access to Employers’ Property? Employers often raise questions on whether labor law requires them to allow non-employees to solicit, hand-bill, demonstrate, etc. on the employers’ property....more

California Supreme Court Rules Unions May Picket On Private Property

Ralphs Grocery Company v. United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 8, S185544 (December 27, 2012): The California Supreme Court recently held that although a supermarket’s privately owned entrance area is not a public...more

Employment Law Reporter – February 2013

by Ervin Cohen & Jessup LLP on

In This Issue: - The Twenty Pros and Cons of Working in Human Resources - California Supreme Court Issues Harsh Ruling Regarding Union Picketing on Private Property - Excerpt from California Supreme...more

Fenwick Employment Brief - January 2013

by Fenwick & West LLP on

In This Issue: *FEATURE ARTICLES - New Pregnancy and Disability Regulations for California Employers - Washington Federal Court Declines to Uphold Broad Non-compete Restrictions Against California...more

California Supreme Court Permits Picketing on Private Property

by Littler on

In a split decision, the California Supreme Court has upheld the constitutionality of two statutes that restrict state court injunctions against picketing by labor unions on private property. Ralphs Grocery Co. v. United Food...more

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