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As noted in the most recent (9-13-11) decision of NLRB Administrative Law Judge John J. McCarrick, "This case is yet a further chapter in Respondentís attempt to impede the rights of employees of the Pacific Beach Hotel to select and be represented by International Longshore and Warehouse Union, Local 142 (the Union). The Union's organizing drive was begun in 2002."

These 5 documents represent only the latest record of this case's long litigation history

N.L.R.B. v HTH CORPORATION, Pacific Beach Coporation and Koa Management, LLC, a Single Employer, d/b/a PACIFIC BEACH HOTEL

  1. September 30, 2009: JD_SF_35_09.doc.pdf
    The first decision by an NLRB Administrative Law Judge (James Kennedy) on complaints issued by the NLRB. HTH Corp. appealed this ruling to the NLRB.

  2. March 29, 2010: Injunctive Relief.pdf
    District Court Judge J. Michael Seabright's ruling on the injunction order requested by the NLRB to enforce Judge Kennedy's ruling while the parties waited for the NLRB to rule on HTH's appeal. Judge Seabright granted the injunction order. HTH Corp. appealed this injunction order to the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.

  3. June 14, 2011 (356 NLRB No. 182 ): BDD.37CA7311._et_al_Board_Decision_and_Order_and_Remanding_in_Part.pdf
    This is the decision of the NLRB on HTH Corp.ís appeal of Judge Kennedy's ruling. The NLRB affirmed Kennedy's ruling. HTH Corp. appealed this ruling to the 9th Circuit.

  4. July 13, 2011: Ninth Circuit, Frankl v. HTH Corporation; Koa Management, 10-15984.pdf
    The ruling of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals on HTH's appeal of Judge Seabright's injunction. They affirmed Seabright's injunction, and denied HTH's appeal. HTH plans to appeal this to the Supreme Court. They have not filed an appeal yet, but have hired a high powered law firm that has written to the Supreme Court to request an extension, giving them additional time to file an appeal with the Supreme Court.

  5. September 13, 2011: JDD.37-CA-7965.et al 9-13-11.pdf
    NLRB Administrative Law Judge John J. McCarrick's decision on the second set of complaints against HTH Corp., including the firing (again) of Rhandy Villanueva, union representatives being barred from the property, illegal surveillance, and the company's failure to provide information necessary for bargaining and representation.


 

 

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