Decision 2614Ea – Los Rios Community College District and Los Rios College Federation of Teachers, Local 2279

SA-CE-2912-E and SA-CO-622-E

Decision Date: August 8, 2019

Decision Type: PERB Decision

Description:  Request for reconsideration of Los Rios Community College District and Los Rios College Federation of Teachers, Local 2279 (2018) PERB Decision No. 2614. In PERB Decision No. 2614, the Board affirmed the Office of the General Counsel’s dismissal of charges filed by employee in March 2018. District renewed its request for monetary sanctions.

Disposition: Board denied reconsideration request as frivolous; Deglow improperly sought to use the reconsideration process to relitigate issues which had been decided in PERB Decision No. 2614, and did not establish any prejudicial errors of fact in underlying decision or point to any newly discovered evidence that would alter Board’s decision. Board denied District’s renewed request for monetary sanctions without prejudice. The litigation sanctions imposed pursuant to PERB Decision No. 2614 remained in effect.

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Decision Headnotes

1205.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; MISCELLANEOUS REMEDIAL PROVISIONS
1205.01000 – In General

Employer renewed request for monetary sanctions against charging party with lengthy history of filing repetitive unfair practice charges that feature frivolous claims and/or which seek to relitigate issues that have already been resolved dismissed without prejudice. Charging party may be subject to monetary sanctions should she continue to abuse PERB processes. Moreover, litigation sanctions ordered against a charging party with history of filing repetitive and frivolous unfair practice charges remain in effect.

1205.00000 – REMEDIES FOR UNFAIR PRACTICES; MISCELLANEOUS REMEDIAL PROVISIONS
1205.04000 – Attorneys Fees and Costs

Employer renewed request for monetary sanctions against charging party with lengthy history of filing repetitive unfair practice charges that feature frivolous claims and/or which seek to relitigate issues that have already been resolved dismissed without prejudice. Charging party may be subject to monetary sanctions should she continue to abuse PERB processes.