The Los Angeles Unified School District strike may be a concern of the past, but the question of whether the three-day walkout was illegal remains an issue to be resolved in the future.

That question will not be answered by the district or labor leaders, but by an administrative law judge who will rule on the unfair labor practice charges that the district filed against its two unions with the California Public Employment Relations Board (PERB).

In these charges, the district alleges that the strike was unlawful because labor leaders did not satisfy the requirements to declare an economically motivated strike and also don’t have enough evidence to justify an unfair labor practice strike. Click here to read more: