SACRAMENTO, Calif. — In what attorneys called a “huge win for retailers in the Golden State,” a California Court of Appeal ruling has preserved the right of retailers to restrict union picketing on their properties. The ruling by a three-judge panel overturned a previous Superior Court ruling in a dispute between Kroger’s Ralphs Grocery Co. and United Food and Commercial Workers Local 8. The suit was filed by Cincinnati-based Kroger Co. in 2008 after UFCW representatives repeatedly picketed ...
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