Powers-Kenedy Contracting Corporation v. Concrete Mixing & Conveying Company
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United States Supreme Court
POWERS-KENEDY CONTRACTING CORPORATION v. CONCRETE MIXING & CONVEYING COMPANY
Argued: Oct. 24, 1930. --- Decided: Dec 15, 1930
Messrs. John D. Morgan and Alan M. Johnson, both of New York City, for petitioner Powers-Kennedy Contracting Corporation.
Messrs. Stephen J. Cox, of New York City, and Lynn A. Williams, of Chicago, Ill., for respondent Concrete Mixing & Conveying Corporation.
Mr. Charles E. Townsend, of San Francisco, Cal., for respondent R. C. Storrie & Co.
Mr. Justice ROBERTS delivered the opinion of the Court.
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