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Brooks v. Hilton Casinos

U.S.
Oct 5, 1992
506 U.S. 906 (1992)

Summary

considering MQT statute in footnote; court found dispositive that intent of trust to supplement government benefits

Summary of this case from Cohen v. Commissioner of the Division of Medical Assistance

Opinion

No. 92-215.

October 5, 1992, October TERM, 1992.


C.A. 9th Cir. Certiorari denied. JUSTICE THOMAS took no part in the consideration or decision of this petition. Reported below: 959 F. 2d 757.


Summaries of

Brooks v. Hilton Casinos

U.S.
Oct 5, 1992
506 U.S. 906 (1992)

considering MQT statute in footnote; court found dispositive that intent of trust to supplement government benefits

Summary of this case from Cohen v. Commissioner of the Division of Medical Assistance
Case details for

Brooks v. Hilton Casinos

Case Details

Full title:BROOKS ET AL. v. HILTON CASINOS, INC., ET AL

Court:U.S.

Date published: Oct 5, 1992

Citations

506 U.S. 906 (1992)
113 S. Ct. 300

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