No. 83-1192.

727 F.2d 82 (1984)

McDONALD'S CORPORATION v. VICTORY INVESTMENTS, Samuel H. Rappaport, Leon Silverman, Theodore Snyder, and Elias H. Stein. Appeal of Samuel RAPPAPORT.

United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.

Decided February 13, 1984.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Joseph S.U. Bodoff, Jerome J. Verlin (argued), Pincus, Verlin, Hahn, Reich & Goldstein, P.C., Philadelphia, Pa., for appellant.

Mark A. Klugheit (argued), Jonathan L. Braff, Deckert, Price & Rhoads, Philadelphia, Pa., for appellee.

Before GIBBONS, SLOVITER, Circuit Judges, and CALDWELL, District Judge.


SLOVITER, Circuit Judge.

Defendant Samuel H. Rappaport appeals from an order entered February 10, 1983 holding him in contempt for failure to pay attorney's fees as earlier ordered by the court, imprisoning him, and ordering him to pay to the Ronald McDonald House the sum of $100 for each day beginning October 18, 1982 that counsel fees were not paid.


The contempt order was the culmination of a dispute which arose...

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