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  1. Earl C. Gibbs, Inc. v. Defense Supplies Corporation (1946)

    This complaint presents a challenge to a provision of Amendment No. 2 (9 F.R. 1820) to Regulation No. 3 (8 F.R. 10826) issued by the Defense Supplies Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (6 F.R. 2972).


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 226
  2. Evergreen Meat Co. v. Reconstruction Finance Corp (1951)

    Evergreen Meat Company claims to be aggrieved by the action of Reconstruction Finance Corporation in denying its claims for livestock slaughter subsidy payments provided for in Revised Regulation No. 3, as amended. In previous cases we have discussed in detail various aspects of the meat subsidies which complemented the price control program under the Emergency Price Control Act of 1942, 50 U.S.C. A.Appendix, § 901 et seq. See Merchants Packing Co. v. R. F. C., Em.App., 1949, 176 [...]

    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 537
  3. Illinois Packing Co. v. Snyder (1945)

    Illinois Packing Company in this proceeding challenges the validity of certain provisions of Amendment No. 2 (9 F.R. 1820) to Regulation No. 3 (8 F.R. 10826) issued by the Defense Supplies Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Reconstruction Finance Corporation (6 F.R. 2972). A special subsidy of 80 cents per cwt. to nonprocessing slaughterers of cattle was established pursuant to a Directive of the Office of Economic Stabilization issued October 25, 1943 (8 F.R. 14641). The provisions [...]

    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 223
  4. Taylor v. Brown (1943)

    David Ginsburg, Gen. Counsel, Thomas I. Emerson, Associate Gen. Counsel, Nathaniel L. Nathanson, Asst. Gen. Counsel, and Sol M. Linowitz, Carl H. Fulda, Maurice Alexandre, and Betty L. Brown, Attys., all of the Office of Price Administration, all of Washington, D. C., for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 10
  5. Armour & Co. v. Bowles (1945)

    Jacob D. Hyman, Chief Court Review Price Branch, of Washington, D. C. (Richard H. Field, Gen. Counsel, Nathaniel L. Nathanson, Associate Gen. Counsel, and Carl H. Fulda, all of Washington, D. C., and Charles Rotstein, Atty. of New York City, on the brief), for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 101
  6. Wilson v. Brown (1943)

    Nathaniel L. Nathanson, Asst. Gen. Counsel, of Washington, D.C. (Thomas I. Emerson, Associate Gen. Counsel, and Robert W. Ginnane, Benjamin Chapman, and Walter L. Reitz, Jr., Attys., all of the Office of Price Administration, all of Washington, D. C., on the brief), for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 19
  7. Henry v. Woods, Housing Expediter (1951)

    The Housing Expediter has moved to dismiss a complaint filed by a landlord seeking a review by this court of an order of the Housing Expediter under the Housing and Rent Act of 1947, as amended, 50 U.S. C.A.Appendix, § 1881 et seq. The order denied an appeal from the action of the Area Rent Director refusing to make certain rent increases, which he had allowed on August 25, 1950, retroactive to July 6, 1949, the date on which the landlord's petitions therefor had been filed. The [...]

    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 539
  8. Wing v. Arnall, Director of Price Stabilization (1952)

    Holmes Baldridge, Asst. Atty. Gen., Edward H. Hickey, Chief, Litigation Section, and Katherine H. Johnson, Atty. Department of Justice, and Herbert N. Maletz, Chief Counsel, James A. Durham, Associate Chief Counsel, all of Washington, D. C., and Israel Convisser, Chief, Court Review Division, Office of Price Stabilization, Brooklyn, N. Y., for the respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 607
  9. Duncan Coffee Co. v. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1949)

    George Arthur Fruit, Attorney, Department of Justice, Washington, D.C., with whom Joseph M. Friedman, Special Assistant to the Attorney General, was on the brief, and William G. Winters, Jr., Assistant United States Attorney, Houston, Texas, for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 500
  10. Davies Warehouse Co. v. Brown (1943)

    W. R. Ming, Jr., of Washington, D. C. (David Ginsburg, General Counsel, Thomas I. Emerson, Associate General Counsel, Nathaniel L. Nathanson, Assistant General Counsel, Ben W. Heineman, Chief, Court Review Branch, and Carl H. Fulda and H. H. Schneider, Attorneys, Office of Price Administration, all of Washington, D. C., on the brief), for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 5
  11. Riverview Packing Co., Inc. v. Reconstruction Finance Corp (1953)

    Thurman Arnold and Milton V. Freeman, Washington, D. C., with whom Charles S. Gaines, Newark, N. J., Herman A. Greenberg, Richard A. Frank, Washington, D. C., Thomas J. Brogan, Jersey City, and Arnold, Fortas & Porter, Washington, D. C., were on the brief, for complainant.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 570
  12. San Antonio Packing Co. v. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1950)

    Anthony L. Mondello, Attorney, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C., with whom Joseph M. Friedman, Special Assistant to the Attorney General, was on the brief, for the respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 529
  13. H. P. Coffee Company v. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1954)

    Maurice S. Meyer, Atty., Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C., with whom Warren E. Burger, Asst. Atty. Gen., and Marvin C. Taylor, Atty., Dept. of Justice, Washington, D. C., were on the brief, for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 667
  14. Dargel v. Henderson (1952)

    Ed Dupree, General Counsel, and Charles P. Liff, Chief of Appeals Section, Office of Rent Stabilization, Washington, D. C., for respondent James McI. Henderson, Director of Rent Stabilization.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 611
  15. Safeway Stores v. Brown (1943)

    George J. Burke, Gen. Counsel, Nathaniel L. Nathanson, Associate Gen. Counsel, William R. Ming, Jr., Chief, Court Review Price Branch, and Carl H. Fulda, John O. Honnold, Jr., John J. Downey, Jr., James A. Durham, and Henry S. Sellin, Attys., all of the Office of Price Administration, all of Washington, D. C., for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 80, 82, No. 84
  16. Flour Mills of America, Inc. v. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1950)

    E. Leo Backus, Attorney, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C., with whom Joseph M. Friedman, Special Assistant to the Attorney General, was on the brief, for respondents.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 512
  17. Conklin Pen Co. v. Bowles (1946)

    Jacob D. Hyman, Associate Gen. Counsel, of Washington, D. C. (Richard H. Field, Gen. Counsel, Josephine H. Klein, and Louis L. Rochmes, Attys., all of the Office of Price Administration, all of Washington, D. C., on the brief), for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 243
  18. Wilson & Co., Inc. v. Reconstruction Finance Corporation (1952)

    George Arthur Fruit, Attorney, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C., with whom J. Gregory Bruce, Attorney, Department of Justice, Washington, D. C., was on the brief, for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 576
  19. Collins v. Fleming (1947)

    Carl A. Auerbach, Associate Gen. Counsel, Office of Price Administration, of Washington, D. C. (Richard H. Field, Gen. Counsel, William R. Ming, Jr., Chief, Court Review Price Branch, and James A. Durham and Irving J. Helman, Attys., all of Office of Price Administration, all of Washington, D. C., on the brief), for respondent in all three cases.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 352, 353, No. 357
  20. Armour & Co. of Delaware v. Brown (1943)

    William R. Ming, Jr., of Washington, D. C. (George J. Burke, Gen. Counsel, Thomas I. Emerson, Associate Gen. Counsel, Nathaniel L. Nathanson, Asst. Gen. Counsel, and Carl H. Fulda and Henry S. Sellin, Attys., Office of Price Administration, all of Washington, D. C., on the brief), for respondent.


    Court: Emergency Court of Appeals Docket: 26-28

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