Skidmore v. Swift & Company
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United States Supreme Court
SKIDMORE v. SWIFT & COMPANY
Argued: Oct. 13, 1944. --- Decided: Dec 4, 1944
Mr. Curtis McBroom, of Fort Worth, Tex., for petitioners.
Mr. Beverly V. Thompson, of Fort Worth, Tex., for respondent.
Mr. Justice JACKSON delivered the opinion of the Court.
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