"Fractured Appeals Court Reinstates Controversial Labor Law," InsideCounsel
This article discusses the 9ths circuit's newest analysis of A.B. 1889, the law that prohibits private employers from spending state funds to fight union organizing campaigns. Littler's John Kloosterman makes note of uneasiness for employers. "I find the 9th Circuit's analysis troubling," says Kloosterman. "They are saying Section 8(c) of the NLRA doesn't grant free-speech rights, but the context and legislative history shows it definitely does."