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Grinnell Corp. v. Russ Togs, Inc.

U.S.
Oct 26, 1970
400 U.S. 878 (1970)

Summary

holding that a discovery sanctions order was appealable because prompt review was necessary to protect funds that would be subject to the claims of an intervening party

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Opinion

No. 499.

October 26, 1970, OCTOBER TERM, 1970.


C.A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 426 F. 2d 850.


Summaries of

Grinnell Corp. v. Russ Togs, Inc.

U.S.
Oct 26, 1970
400 U.S. 878 (1970)

holding that a discovery sanctions order was appealable because prompt review was necessary to protect funds that would be subject to the claims of an intervening party

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holding that District Court did not abuse its discretion by denying, as untimely made, a motion to join a party under Fed. R. Civ. P. 20, and noting that court likewise would not have erred if motion had been made under Fed. R. Civ. P. 19

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finding that a motion to intervene filed more than a year after the action was commenced was timely when there had been no legally significant proceedings other than the completion of discovery

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upholding restriction on process patent which granted one licensee exclusive right to use process on hobby horses

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Case details for

Grinnell Corp. v. Russ Togs, Inc.

Case Details

Full title:GRINNELL CORP. et al. v. RUSS TOGS, INC., et al

Court:U.S.

Date published: Oct 26, 1970

Citations

400 U.S. 878 (1970)

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