An employees right to security of tenure does not

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Unformatted text preview: Cloribel
 Union
 had
 a
 dispute
 with
 a
 banking
 form
 holding
 offices
 in
 a
 six‐storey
 building.
 Members
 picketed
 in
 front
 of
 the
 building
 and
 along
 the
 common
 passageway.
 2
 of
 the
 other
 tenants
 filed
 a
 petition
 for
 damages
 with
 injunction,
 claiming
 that
 said
 activities
 had
 aversely
 affected
 their
 enjoyment
 of
 the
premises
leased
by
them,
and
they
were
neutral
 parties
insofar
as
the
dispute
of
the
union
with
the
 banks
 was
 concerned.
 Writ
 was
 issued
 prohibiting
 picketing
in
front
and
along
the
passageway.
Union
 objected.
 There
is
no
labor
dispute
between
the
union
and
the
 complainants,
 who
 are
 innocent
 bystanders.
 The
 right
 may
 be
 regulated
 at
 the
 instance
 of
 third
 parties
or
innocent
bystanders
if
it
appears
that
the
 inevitable
 result
 of
 its
 exercise
 is
 to
 create
 an
 impression
that
a
labor
dispute
with
which
they
have
 no
 connection
 or
 interest
 exists
 between
 them
 and
 the
picketing
union
or
constitute
an
invasion
of
their
 rights.
 o Liwayway
 Publications
 Inc
 v.
 Permanent
 Concerete
 Workers
 Union
 Liwaway
was
the
second
sublessee
of
a
part
of
the
 premises
 of
 the
 Permanent
 Concrete
 Products.
 Employees
 of
 the
 latter
 declared
 a
 strike
 and
 picketed,
stopped
and
prohibited
Liwayway’s
truck
 from
 entering
 the
 compound
 to
 load
 newsprint
 from
 its
 bodega.
 Union
 member’s
 also
 threatened
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Abala.
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Labor
II.
 2. with
 bodily
 harm
 the
 Liwayway’s
 employees.
 Liwayway
 filed
 an
 action
 for
 damages
 against
 the
 union.
Court
awarded
damages.
 There
 is
 no
 connection
 between
 the
 union
 and
 Liwayway,
nor
with
the
company
against
whom
the
 strikers
 staged
 the
 strike.
 If
 there
 is
 a
 connection
 between
 Liwayway
 and
 Permanent,
 it
 is
 that
 both
 are
situated
in
the
same
premises,
which
can
hardly
 be
 considered
 as
 interwoven
 with
 the
 labor
 dispute
 pending.
 • Picketing
of
home
 o Picketing
 of
 a
 private
 home
 in
 a
 residential
 district
 is
 generally
held
improper,
even
when
the
pickets
are
domestic
 servants
 o A
 home
 is
 not
 an
 industrial
 or
 business
 enterprise,
 but
 an
 institution
used
and
maintained
as
a
place
of
abode
 • Limitations
 o Subject
to
the
same
limitations
as
a
strike,
particularly
as
to
 lawful
purpo...
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This document was uploaded on 03/11/2014.

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