Author Archives: Tim Yeung

PERB Cases Pending in the Courts of Appeal

In November 2019, I created a list of all the PERB decisions being challenged in the courts of appeal. Back then there were 17 cases on appeal. Today there are 13 cases on appeal. In my opinion, the fewer cases … Continue reading

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PERB: Vaccination Mandate a Management Right During Pandemic

Regents of the University of California (2021) PERB Dec. No. 2783-H (Issued on 7/26/21) [Full Disclosure: I represented the University in this case so I don’t claim to be unbiased.] In July 2020, the University of California issued an Executive … Continue reading

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PERB Invites Comments on Proposed Regulations on Continuances, Exceptions, Recusals, Discovery, SMCS

PERB has invited public comments on proposed regulations regarding continuances, exceptions, recusals, discovery, and SMCS. According to the Initial Statement of Reasons, “As revealed through the stakeholder meetings that were part of the Case Processing Efficiency Initiative, many of PERB’s … Continue reading

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PERB: Union Authorization Forms Are Confidential

City of Bellflower (2021) PERB Dec. No. 2770-M (Issued on 6/08/21) The Bellflower City Employees Association (BCEA) filed a petition to decertify and replace AFSCME Local 3745 as the exclusive representative of three bargaining units within the City of Bellflower. … Continue reading

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PERB Constituent Survey

In 2017, PERB launched a Case Processing Efficiencies Initiative to find ways to streamline its processes and procedures. The goal was to reduce PERB’s backlog of cases. Since then the Board has implemented many of the key recommendations from the … Continue reading

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