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Argued February 21, 26, 1962.
Decided June 25, 1962.
Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Chester Bordeau argued the cause for petitioner in No. 242. With him on the briefs was William P. Smith.
Morris Shapiro argued the cause for respondents in No. 242. With him on the briefs was Harry Katz.
Solicitor General Cox argued the cause for the United States, as intervenor, in No. 242. With him on the brief were Assistant Attorney General Miller, Oscar H. Davis and Philip R. Monahan.
By special leave of Court, 368 U.S. 973, Francis M. Shea argued the cause in No. 242 for the Chief Judge and Associate Judges of the United States Court of Claims, as amici curiae, urging affirmance. With him on the briefs was Richard T. Conway.
Briefs of amici curiae, in support of the petition in No. 242, were filed by William B. Barton for the Chamber of Commerce of the United States; John E. Branch for the Georgia State Chamber of Commerce; Henry E. Seyfarth for the Illinois State Chamber of Commerce; Edward C. First, Jr. and Gilbert Nurick for the Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce; Frank C. Heath for the Chamber of Commerce of the City of Cleveland, Ohio; Charles H. Tuttle for the American Spice Trade Association; Carl M. Gould for the California Manufacturers Association; Ashley Sellers and Jesse E. Baskette for the National Association of Margarine Manufacturers; and Daniel S. Ring for the National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Association, Inc.
Eugene Gressman argued the cause and filed briefs for petitioner in No. 481.
Solicitor General Cox argued the cause for the United States in No. 481. With him on the brief were Assistant Attorney General Miller, Oscar H. Davis, Beatrice Rosenberg and Philip R. Monahan.
By special leave of Court, Roger Robb argued the cause and filed a brief in No. 481 for the Chief Judge and Associate Judges of the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals, as amici curiae, urging affirmance.
Supreme Court of United States.
MR. JUSTICE HARLAN announced the judgment of the Court and an opinion joined by MR. JUSTICE BRENNAN and MR. JUSTICE STEWART.
In Ex parte Bakelite Corp.,279 U.S. 438, and Williams v. United States,289 U.S. 553, this Court held that the United States Court of Customs and Patent Appeals and the United States Court of Claims were neither confined in jurisdiction nor protected in independence...
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