No. 87-1956.

857 F.2d 339 (1988)

John MORSE and John McLain and All Others Similarly Situated, Plaintiffs-Appellants, v. Thomas V. ADAMS, William B. Cudlip, Gene E. Gann, William H. Holman, Russell G. Howell, Robert C. McLaughlin, Charles R. Montgomery, William P. Panny, Daniel J. Terra, Russell S. Holiday, W. John Roberts, William V. Murphy, Bernard M. Neckrich, Edward P. Quick, Walter B. Robinson, Ronald S. Pepp, Richard A. Filipp, Ernest G. Brocher, Donald L. Lochhead, and Robert P. Perkins, jointly and severally, Defendants-Appellees.

United States Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit.

Decided September 20, 1988.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Marc A. Goldman, Patrick Burkett, Sommers, Schwartz, Silver, and Schwartz, P.C., Patrick Burkett, Lawrence F. Schiller (argued), Southfield, Mich., for plaintiffs-appellants.

Thomas G. McNeill, Detroit, Mich., Arthur S. Meyers, Jr., Robert P. Young (argued), Mark K. Riashi, for defendants-appellees.

Before KEITH, KENNEDY and NELSON, Circuit Judges.

KENNEDY, Circuit Judge.

John Morse and John McLain, on behalf of themselves and a class consisting of all salaried non-union employees of McLouth Steel Corporation on November 15, 1982, and former salaried non-union employees who retired before that date, appeal from the District Court's grant of partial summary judgment to defendants-appellees, who were directors or officers of McLouth in 1981-1982. The District Court dismissed...

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