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Unformatted text preview: out
legal
justification
or
excuse
 procures
 an
 employer
 to
 discharge
 his
 employee,
 to
 the
 damage
of
the
latter.

 • Liability
for
extorting
money
from
employees
 o A
labor
union
has
no
right
to
extort
money
from
employers
 as
the
price
of
forbearance
from
threatened
labor
difficulties
 o Where
 an
 employer
 pays
 a
 sum
 of
 money
 to
 a
 labor
 union
 upon
a
threat
of
refusal
to
handle
his
products
because
of
a
 sale
 to
 employers
 of
 nonlabor
 union,
 he
 may
 recover
 such
 sum
of
money
 • Liability
 for
 damages
 arising
 out
 of
 publications
 and
 circulation
 of
false
statements
 o For
example,
the
circulation
of
a
false
statement
by
members
 of
a
labor
union
among
members
of
a
craft
for
the
purpose
of
 preventing
 a
 contract
 or
 from
 securing
 employees,
 which
 results
 in
 damage
 to
 the
 contractor,
 gives
 him
 a
 right
 of
 action
for
damages
although
the
purpose
of
the
union
was
a
 lawful
one,
that
of
furthering
the
interests
of
its
members
 15. Damages
 • Union
 officers
 may
 not
 be
 vicariously
 held
 liable
 for
 illegal
 acts
 of
 strikers
 • Rule
of
vicarious
liability
has
been
legislated
out

 o Chapter
II:
Assistance
to
labor
organizations
(labor
education)
 Article
267.
Assistance
by
the
DOLE
 Article
268.
Assistance
by
the
institute
of
labor
and
manpower
studies.
 Chapter
III:
Foreign
activities
 Article
269.
Prohibition
against
aliens;
exceptions.
 Article
270.
Regulation
of
foreign
assistance.
 Article
271.
Applicability
to
farm
tenants
and
rural
workers.
 Chapter
IV:
Penalties
for
violation
 Article
272.
Penalties.
 Title
IX:
Special
provisions
 Article
273.
Study
of
labor­management
relations.
 Article
274.
Visitorial
power.
 1. 2. Visitorial­enforcement
power
 • Article
 128:
 pertains
 to
 administrative
 enforcement
 of
 Labor
 Code
 provisions
 and
 all
 labor
 laws
 and
 wage
 orders
 in
 employer
 establishments
 • Article
274:
speaks
of
enforcement
of
law
or
regulations
relating
only
 to
financial
activities
and
records
of
labor
organizations
 • Needs
 a
 sworn
 complaint
 filed
 and
 supported
 by
 at
 least
 20%
 of
 the
 organization’s
membership
 Under
DO
No.
40­03
 • Filed
with
the
Regional
Office
that
issued
its
certificate
of
registration
 or
certificate
of
creation
of
chartered
local
 Lalay
Abala.
ALS2014B.
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