Civ. A. No. 1364.

82 F.Supp. 753 (1949)


United States District Court D. New Jersey.

As Corrected April 4, 1949.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Leonard J. Emmerglick, and Bartholomew A. Diggins, Sp. Assts. to Atty. Gen., John S. James, of New York City, Robert B. Hummel, of Alexandria, Va., Horace H. Robbins, of New York City, and Burton R. Thorman, of Washington, D. C., Sp. Attys., Wendell Berge, Asst. Atty. Gen., Alfred E. Modarelli, U. S. Atty., of Newark, N. J., for plaintiff.

Katzenbach, Gildea & Rudner and George Gildea, all of Trenton, N. J. (Simpson, Thacher & Bartlett, Whitney North Seymour, Albert C. Bickford, Stephen P. Duggan, Jr., R. E. Anderson, Charles J. Colgan, Irving Parker, George G. Gallantz, James H. Sheils, Fish, Richardson & Neave, Alexander C. Neave, H. R. Ashton, Charles H. Walker and Harry Pugh, Jr., all of New York City, and Quincy D. Baldwin, of Cleveland, Ohio, of counsel), for General Electric Co. and International General Electric Co., Inc.

Lindabury, Depue & Faulks and Josiah Stryker, all of Newark, N. J. (Cravath, DeGersdorff, Swaine & Wood and Robert T. Swaine, all of New York City, Roy Weidman, of Newark, N. J., and Harold Smith, Donald C. Swatland and Edwin H. Todd, all of New York City, of counsel), for Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co.*

Hobart, Minard & Cooper and Ralph E. Cooper, all of Newark, N. J., and Donald O. Hobart, of Montclair, N. J. (John Lord O'Brian, of Washington, D. C., Halsey Sayles, of Elmira, N. Y., and William P. Stewart, of Buffalo, N. Y., of counsel), for Corning Glass Works, American Blank Co., and Empire Machine Co.

Edgar W. Hunt, of Lambertville, N. J. (George C. Sharp and Emery H. Sykes, both of New York City, of counsel), for N. V. Philips' Gloeilampenfabrieken.

Wall, Haight, Carey & Hartpence and Edward J. O'Mara, all of Jersey City, N. J. (Edwin Foster Blair, and Gregory H. Doherty, both of New York City, of counsel), for Consolidated Electric Lamp Co.

Pitney, Hardin, Ward & Brennan, John R. Hardin, and Arthur J. Martin, Jr., all of Newark, N. J., and William R. Lockridge, of Salem, Mass. (Ropes, Gray, Best, Coolidge & Rugg, John B. Hopkins, Charles B. Rugg and Warren F. Farr, all of Boston, Mass., of counsel), for Sylvania Electrical Products, Inc.

Wicoff & Lanning and Kenneth H. Lanning, all of Trenton, N. J. (Leonard & Leonard, Gordon M. Leonard, and Ernest Freeman, Jr., all of Chicago, Ill., of counsel), for Chicago Miniature Lamp Works.

Martin & Reiley and Blair Reiley, all of Newark, N. J. (Bartlett, Eyre, Keel & Weymouth, by Richard Eyre, all of New York City, of counsel), for Tung-Sol Lamp Works, Inc.


  Subject                               Page

Pleadings .............................. 764
Introduction ........................... 771
Adjuvant Monopolies .................... 777
    Lamp Making Machinery .............. 777
    Glass Machinery and Products ....... 779
    Lamp Base Machinery and Bases ...... 799
    Filament and Leading-in Wire ....... 803
    Expansion and Distribution of
      Outlets .............................


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