A Sacramento Superior Court judge on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016, partially granted Gerawan Farming Company’s request for documents related to an unfair labor practice complaint filed against it by the Agricultural Labor Relations Board. It’s the latest turn in a long-running labor battle that included a demonstration in October 2014 at a downtown Fresno hotel where the ALRB was holding a hearing.
A Sacramento Superior Court judge on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016, partially granted Gerawan Farming Company’s request for documents related to an unfair labor practice complaint filed against it by the Agricultural Labor Relations Board. It’s the latest turn in a long-running labor battle that included a demonstration in October 2014 at a downtown Fresno hotel where the ALRB was holding a hearing. ROBERT RODRIGUEZ Fresno Bee file
A Sacramento Superior Court judge on Thursday, Jan. 7, 2016, partially granted Gerawan Farming Company’s request for documents related to an unfair labor practice complaint filed against it by the Agricultural Labor Relations Board. It’s the latest turn in a long-running labor battle that included a demonstration in October 2014 at a downtown Fresno hotel where the ALRB was holding a hearing. ROBERT RODRIGUEZ Fresno Bee file

Judge grants Gerawan Farming access to labor board documents

January 07, 2016 05:35 PM

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