Informational picketing is permissible without notice

JESSICA SHAMBAUGH | Daily Reporter
Published: 10/24/2013

In an opinion released yesterday, the Supreme Court of Ohio ruled that employee picketers are not required to give their employers a 10-day notice of their intention to picket if it is only informational in nature.

The majority opinion written by Justice Sharon Kennedy explained that the fair labor statute requiring a 10-day notice applies only to picketing that would cease workflow, strikes or other forms of work stoppage.

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