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Home Box Office, Inc. v. Crimpers Promotions Inc.

U.S.
Jun 18, 1984
467 U.S. 1252 (1984)

Summary

holding that exhaustion of administrative remedies is not required under the Rehabilitation Act

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Opinion

No. 83-1728.

June 18, 1984, OCTOBER TERM, 1983.


C.A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Reported below: 724 F. 2d 290.


Summaries of

Home Box Office, Inc. v. Crimpers Promotions Inc.

U.S.
Jun 18, 1984
467 U.S. 1252 (1984)

holding that exhaustion of administrative remedies is not required under the Rehabilitation Act

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Case details for

Home Box Office, Inc. v. Crimpers Promotions Inc.

Case Details

Full title:HOME BOX OFFICE, Inc., et al. v. CRIMPERS PROMOTIONS Inc

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jun 18, 1984

Citations

467 U.S. 1252 (1984)

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