American Foreign Service Association v. Garfinkel

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United States Supreme Court

490 U.S. 153

American Foreign Service Association  v.  Garfinkel

No. 87-2127 

Patti A Goldsmith argued the cause for appellants. With her on the briefs were Alan B. Morrison, Paul Alan Levy, and Susan Z. Holik.

Edwin S. Kneedler argued the cause for appellees. With him on brief were Acting Solicitor General Bryson, Assistant Attorney General Bolton,

Deputy Solicitor General Merrill, Barbara L. Herwig, and Freddi Lipstein. [*]



^*  Briefs of amici curiae urging reversal were filed for the American Civil Liberties Union by Kate Martin, Gary M. Stern, Steven R. Shapiro, and John A. Powell; for the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations et al. by Robert M. Weinberg, Walter Kamiat, Lawrence Gold, George Kauffman, Mark Roth, and Charles A Hobbie; and for the Government Accountability Project et al. by Joseph B. Kennedy.

Briefs of amici curia were filed for the United States Senate by Michael Davidson, Ken U. Benjamin, Jr.; and Morgan J Frankel; and for the speaker and leadership Group of the United States House of Representives by Steven R. Ross and Charles Tiefer.

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