S. F. No. 18333
39 Cal. 2d 501; 247 P.2d 561; 1952
Former employees who were terminated after refusing to cross a picket line despite several requests were statutorily unqualified for unemployment benefits because their lack of employment was due to a labor dispute.
Carter, Jesse W., "Thomas v. California Employment Stabilization Com. [DISSENT]" (1952). Jesse Carter Opinions. Paper 384.