Hotel Employees Union v. Sax Enterprises, Inc.
358 U.S. 270 (1959)

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Hotel Employees Union v. Sax Enterprises, Inc., 358 U.S. 270 (1959)

Hotel Employees Union, Local No. 255 v. Sax Enterprises, Inc.

No. 5

Argued November 10, 1958

Decided January 12, 1959

358 U.S. 270


There being no violence involved, the Florida state courts were without jurisdiction to enjoin the organizational picketing of the Florida resort hotels here involved, whether it was activity protected by § 7 of the National Labor Relations Act or prohibited by § 8(b)(4) -- even though the National Labor Relations Board refused to take jurisdiction. Pp. 358 U. S. 270-271.

93 So.2d 591, 598, reversed.

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