Washington Law Review


The purpose of this comment is threefold: (1) to reformulate the Washington rules in re peaceful picketing in light of Ostroff v. Laundry and Dye Works Drivers' Local No. 566; (2) to suggest, using the metaphor employed by Judge Hamley in his dissenting opinion, that the rule of the Ostroff case embarks the court on a voyage into uncharted seas; and (3) to suggest further the wisdom of the court's returning to port and recharting a course over better marked and more frequently traveled waters.

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