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International Jai-Alai Players Ass'n v. Sports Palace, Inc.

Florida Court of Appeals, Fifth District

July 26, 1990

INTERNATIONAL JAI-ALAI PLAYERS ASSOCIATION, Appellant,
v.
SPORTS PALACE, INC., Appellee.

Page 282

Tobe Lev and Richard Siwica of Egan, Lev & Siwica, Orlando, for appellant.

Mark E. Levitt and Murray Hudson of Hogg, Allen, Norton & Blue, P.A., Tampa and Coral Gables, for appellee.

GOSHORN, Judge.

International Jai-Alai Players Association (IJAPA) appeals an order of contempt fining the union $5,000 for violating the court's April 28, 1988 restraining order. We reverse.

This appeal arises out of IJAPA's 1988-89 strike of the Melbourne Jai-Alai Fronton. Among other things, the restraining order forbade striking IJAPA members, officers, agents, and all persons acting in its behalf or under its direction:

from unlawfully threatening, coercing, molesting, abusing, using profane language designed to unlawfully intimidate patrons, or committing any acts of violence at or towards either party, its property, officers, employees, applicants for employment, servants, customers, suppliers or their employees, including but not limited to:

A. The slashing of tires.

B. Breaking windshields of motor ...


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