NLRA Does Not Prohibit Unions from Conducting Peaceful Consumer Picketing at Secondary Sites Where Picketing is Limited to Persuading Customers to Boycott Primary Employer's Goods
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NLRB v. Fruit & Vegetable Packers & Warehousemen, Local 760, 377 U.S. 58 (U.S. 1964) (0 other reports)
Author: Irene Stavrellis Englert, Englert Legal Consulting, LLC.
In NLRB v. Fruit & Vegetable Packers & Warehousemen, Local 760, +377 U.S. 58 (U.S. 1964), the Supreme Court considered whether a union violated the National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) when it conducted secondary picketing at retail stores in order to persuade the customers of the stores not to buy the products of a primary employer, against whom the union was on strike.