Graver Tank & Manufacturing Company v. Linde Air Products Company
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United States Supreme Court
GRAVER TANK & MANUFACTURING COMPANY v. LINDE AIR PRODUCTS COMPANY
Argued: March 30, 1950. --- Decided: May 29, 1950
Motion to Issue Mandate Denied June 5, 1950.
See 70 S.Ct. 1017.
Mr. Thomas V. Koykka, Cleveland, Ohio, for petitioners.
Mr. John T. Cahill, New York City, Richard R. Wolfe, Chicago, Ill., for respondent.
Mr. Justice JACKSON delivered the opinion of the Court.
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