Docket No. 39, Calendar No. 46,705.

346 Mich. 544 (1956)

78 N.W.2d 273


Supreme Court of Michigan.

Decided September 4, 1956.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Zwerdling, Zwerdling, Keith & Livingston (A.L. Zwerdling, of counsel), for plaintiff.

Thomas M. Kavanagh, Attorney General, Edmund E. Shepherd, Solicitor General, and Arthur W. Brown, Assistant Attorney General, for defendant commission.

McClintock, Fulton, Donovan & Waterman, for intervening defendant Universal Products Company.

Amici Curiae:

Beaumont, Smith & Harris and Frank E. Cooper, for Michigan Employers' Unemployment Compensation Bureau, Inc., and the Budd Company.

SMITH, J. (dissenting).

We must here determine the meaning of an amendment* to the Michigan employment security act. The plaintiff, Mary E. Melia, sought and obtained an adjustment in her unemployment compensation by virtue of such amendment. Appealing the order of the circuit court is her employer, Universal Products Company, Inc., a Delaware corporation. Joining as amici curiae are the...

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