Decision 2564M – County of San Joaquin

SA-CE-823-M

Decision Date: May 31, 2018

Decision Type: PERB Decision

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Perc Vol: 42
Perc Index: 156

Decision Headnotes

1107.00000 – CASE PROCESSING PROCEDURES;PROCEDURES BEFORE THE BOARD
1107.01000 – Exceptions; Responses to Exceptions; Standing; Extensions of Time/Late Filing/Waiver

Under its broad powers to “investigate unfair practice charges or alleged violations of [the MMBA], the Board has discretion to grant or deny requests to withdraw and dismiss cases pending before the Board itself. When an appeal pending before the Board involves a matter of continuing public interest and a precedential ruling on the matter will be instructive to similarly-situated parties, the Board has exercised its discretion by denying a request for withdrawal, in the interest of justice. The Board found the parties’ requests for withdrawal and dismissal to be in the best interest of the parties and consistent with the purposes of the MMBA to promote harmonious labor relations.

1107.00000 – CASE PROCESSING PROCEDURES;PROCEDURES BEFORE THE BOARD
1107.15000 – Withdrawal of Appeal; Request that Decision be Vacated

Under its broad powers to “investigate unfair practice charges or alleged violations of [the MMBA], the Board has discretion to grant or deny requests to withdraw and dismiss cases pending before the Board itself. When an appeal pending before the Board involves a matter of continuing public interest and a precedential ruling on the matter will be instructive to similarly-situated parties, the Board has exercised its discretion by denying a request for withdrawal, in the interest of justice. The Board found the parties’ requests for withdrawal and dismissal to be in the best interest of the parties and consistent with the purposes of the MMBA to promote harmonious labor relations.

1202.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; FACTORS LIMITING OR TERMINATING LIABILITY
1202.02000 – Agreement Between. the Parties

Under its broad powers to “investigate unfair practice charges or alleged violations of [the MMBA], the Board has discretion to grant or deny requests to withdraw and dismiss cases pending before the Board itself. When an appeal pending before the Board involves a matter of continuing public interest and a precedential ruling on the matter will be instructive to similarly-situated parties, the Board has exercised its discretion by denying a request for withdrawal, in the interest of justice. The Board found the parties’ requests for withdrawal and dismissal to be in the best interest of the parties and consistent with the purposes of the MMBA to promote harmonious labor relations.