United States v. Borden Company (308 U.S. 188)
United States Supreme Court
UNITED STATES v. BORDEN COMPANY
Argued: and Submitted Nov. 15, 1939. --- Decided: Dec 4, 1939
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Messrs. Frank Murphy, Atty. Gen., and Thurman Arnold, Asst. Atty. Gen., for appellant.
Messrs. Loy N. McIntosh and Bernhardt Frank, both of Chicago, Ill., for appellees Sidney Wanzer & Sons, Inc., et al.
Mr. William C. Graves, of Chicago, Ill., for appellees Pure Milk Ass'n et al.
Mr. Joseph A. Padway, of Washington, D.C., for appellees Robert G. Fitchie et al.
Messrs. Frederic Burnham, Donald F. McPherson, Cecil I. Crouse, Howard Neitzert, and Miles G. Seeley, all of Chicago, Ill. (Messrs. Sidley, McPherson, Austin & Burgess and Mayer, Meyer, Austrian & Platt, all of Chicago, Ill., of counsel), for appellees Borden Co. et al.
Messrs. Louis E. Hart, Irving Herriott and L. Edward Hart, Jr., all of Chicago, Ill. (Messrs. Montgomery Hart, Pritchard & Herriott, of Chicago, Ill., of counsel), for Bowman Dairy Co. and others.
Messrs. Isidore Fried, Herbert B. Fried, and Bernard A. Stol, all of Chicago, Ill., for Capital Dairy Co. and another.
Mr. Daniel D. Carmell, of Chicago, Ill., for appellee Leslie G. Goudie.
Messrs. Charles S. Deneen, Roy Massena, and Donald N. Schaffer, all of Chicago, Ill., for appellees Hunding Dairy Co. et al.
Messrs. Ben H. Matthews and James P. Dillie, both of Chicago, Ill., for appellee Leland Spencer.
Mr. Louis M. Mantynband, of Chicago, Ill., for appellees Western United Dairy Co. et al., upon and by their adoption of the brief filed on behalf of appellees Sidney Wanzer & Sons, Inc., et al.
Mr. Chief Justice HUGHES delivered the opinion of the Court.
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