Environmental Planning and Information Council v. Superior Court

1985 - 36 Cal.3d 188

The California Supreme Court held that an environmental organization can constitutionally proceed with a secondary boycott against advertisers of a newspaper in order to influence editorial policy. Because of the infringement on petitioner’s constitutional rights of free speech, the Supreme Court, upon application by petitioners for a writ of mandate, determined that there were no triable issues of fact and determined that petitioners were entitled to summary judgment. I was lead counsel for this matter.

TLG counsel of record: Tina A. Thomas

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