No. 28094.

315 F.2d 403 (1963)

Edward LIEBERMAN, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. GULF OIL CORPORATION, Defendant-Respondent.

United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit.

Decided April 2, 1963.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Bernard Tompkins (Tompkins & Lauren), New York City, for plaintiff-appellant.

Leo T. Kissam (Kissam & Halpin), New York City, for defendant-respondent.

Before MOORE, FRIENDLY and SMITH, Circuit Judges.

FRIENDLY, Circuit Judge.

This action for malicious prosecution, wherein federal jurisdiction was based on diverse citizenship, was brought in the Southern District of New York against Gulf Oil Corporation, John Leivia, and W. B. Edwards. An amended complaint dropped the individual defendants. After trial before Judge Sugarman and a jury, a verdict for Gulf was rendered on December 18, 1962. The judge having denied all of plaintiff's motions with respect to the verdict...

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