Picketing (West's Encyclopedia of American Law)
The presence at an employer's business of one or more employees and/or other persons who are publicizing a labor dispute, influencing employees or customers to withhold their work or business, respectively, or showing a union's desire to represent employees; picketing is usually accompanied by patrolling with signs.
- Labor Law; Labor Union.
(The entire section is 53 words.)
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