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Wolf Corp. v. Green

U.S.
Jun 23, 1969
395 U.S. 977 (1969)

Summary

granting § 1291 appealability of an order denying class status on "death knell" principle

Summary of this case from Seiffer v. Topsy's International, Inc.

Opinion

Nos. 1375, 1376.

June 23, 1969.


C.A. 2d Cir. Certiorari denied. Milton E. Mermelstein and Jay D. Fischer for Wolf Corp. et al., and Alvin K. Hellerstein for David Berdon Co., petitioners in No. 1375; and Frank W. Adams for petitioner in No. 1376. Irving Malchman for respondent in both cases. Reported below: 406 F. 2d 291.


Summaries of

Wolf Corp. v. Green

U.S.
Jun 23, 1969
395 U.S. 977 (1969)

granting § 1291 appealability of an order denying class status on "death knell" principle

Summary of this case from Seiffer v. Topsy's International, Inc.

affirming the district court's denial of a motion for class certification due to "unique defenses" asserted by the class representative

Summary of this case from O'Brien v. National Property Analysts Partners
Case details for

Wolf Corp. v. Green

Case Details

Full title:WOLF CORP. ET AL. v. GREEN; TROSTER, SINGER Co. v. GREEN

Court:U.S.

Date published: Jun 23, 1969

Citations

395 U.S. 977 (1969)
89 S. Ct. 2131

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