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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Artesia Dairy v. Agricultural Labor Relations Bd.

... children. Artesia also contends that, contrary to the ALRB's conclusion, the landscaping work performed by John Flores was incidental to or in conjunction with the farming operation and therefore constituted agriculture. Artesia ...

CALIFORNIANS FOR ALTERNATIVES TO TOXICS v. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE COUNTY OF HUMBOLDT

On August 13, 2007, Department issued a notice of exemption (NOE) claiming the project was categorically exempt from CEQA. The NOE stated the project was categorically exempt on two grounds: that the project (1) was an action by a regulatory agency "for protection of the ...

Lee v. County of El Dorado

... We shall affirm the judgment of dismissal because: (1) we conclude Lee did not file a timely claim under the California Tort Claims Act, (2) because Food and Agriculture Code section 31625 and El Dorado County ordinances 6.12.050 through 6.12.051 are not unconstitutional ...

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