Date: September 23, 2013

International Union of Painters
v. Tivoli Village
– Labor

Nevada Supreme Court

This case raises important employer property rights issues
and a new union tactic called “photo-bombing” in which a union projects its
handballing messages onto the façade of an employer’s building by using large
projection equipment located on public property. The union uses the façade like
a giant movie screen and projects handbill messages that are often several
stories high. It is like “bannering” on steroids. Tivoli Village was successful
in obtaining injunctive relief. However, the union has taken an appeal from the
District Court to the Nevada Supreme Court.

In the meantime, we are involved in many cases that impact
this state and others.  To see our
complete list of Supreme Court cases click on Washington, DC on the interactive

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