Stern Produce Company, Inc. v. NLRB

  1. March 26, 2024

    DC Circ. Rebukes NLRB's 'Nonsense' In Driver Camera Case

    The D.C. Circuit on Tuesday vacated a National Labor Relations Board decision that found a produce company unlawfully disciplined a pro-union worker and gave another the impression he was being surveilled, calling the board's approach to the case "nonsense."

  2. September 18, 2023

    NLRB Defends Camera Use Order Against Produce Co.

    National Labor Relations Board attorneys urged the D.C. Circuit to uphold the board's finding that a produce company violated federal labor law by telling a driver to uncover his truck's camera during lunch, saying Monday the board reasonably found this created the impression the company was monitoring union activity.

  3. July 19, 2023

    Produce Co. Asks DC Circ. To Nix NLRB Camera Use Order

    An Arizona produce company challenged a National Labor Relations Board decision that said the business illegally created an impression of surveillance by instructing a worker to uncover his truck camera, arguing the board sidestepped agency precedent to find federal labor law violations.