PLF asks federal court to enjoin union trespass regulation

March 17, 2016 | By WENCONG FA

An Agricultural Labor Relations Board regulation allows union organizers to “solicit support” on private property for three hours a day and 120 days per year. A federal court will soon decide whether to enjoin the Board from enforcing the regulation against PLF’s clients — two California agricultural businesses that have ex ...


PLF files federal challenge to agricultural union trespass regulation

February 10, 2016 | By CHRIS KIESER

In 1975, California enacted the Agricultural Labor Relations Act principally to govern relations between the United Farm Workers union and agricultural employers. While the Union and their interests had lobbied for a provision in the Act allowing labor organizers to access private employer property to solicit worker support, the legislature did not ...