Union Data Fight May Hint At Calif. High Court’s Privacy Stance

Law360, San Diego (February 27, 2013, 11:10 PM EST) -- The California Supreme Court will soon consider whether Los Angeles County has to turn over government workers’ home addresses and phone numbers to a union they’ve chosen not to join, and attorneys say a decision blocking disclosure could not only impede unions’ organizing efforts, but also show how the court might view privacy disputes involving more sensitive information.

In a case of first impression, the state’s high court will examine at March 5 oral arguments whether county workers who are not members of the Service Employees...
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