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Boling v. Public Employment Relations Board, 242034

Ruled for labor unions on a meet-and-confer issue in a case where the mayor of San Diego sponsored a citizens' initiative to eliminate pensions for new municipal employees. Unions for the municipal employees argued that the failure to meet and confer over the measure constituted an unfair labor practice. On review, the California Supreme Court agreed with the unions that the appellate court erred by taking an unduly constricted view of the duty to meet and confer, among other errors, and reversed and remanded the decision.

Appellate Information

  • Argued
  • Submitted
  • Decided
  • Published 2018/08/02

Judges

  • Corrigan

Court

  • Supreme Court of California

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