L. A. No. 23085
45 Cal. 2d 784; 291 P.2d 17; 1955
A creamery whose employees refused to accept milk provided under contract by a milk producer, who signed with a different union, was liable for breach of contract and damages to cover the lower price the milk producer subsequently received elsewhere.
Carter, Jesse W., "Oosten v. Hay Haulers Dairy Employees & Helpers Union" (1955). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 174.