Radio Corp of America v. United States

Radio Corp of America v. United States by Hugo Black
Court Documents

United States Supreme Court

341 U.S. 412

Radio Corp of America  v.  United States

 Argued: March 26, 27, 1951. --- Decided: May 28, 1951

[Syllabus from 413 intentionally omitted]

John T. Cahill, New York City, for appellants Radio Corp. of America and others.

Simon H. Rifkind, New York City, for appellant Emerson Radio & Phonograph Corp.

Alfred Kamin, Chicago, Ill., for appellant Local 1031, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, A.F.L.

Philip B. Perlman, Solicitor Gen., Washington, D.C., for appellees United States and Federal Communications Commission.

Samuel I. Rosenman, New York City, for appellee Columbia Broadcasting Co., Inc.

A. L. Schapiro, B. C. Schiff, Chicago, Ill., for intervenor-appellant Pilot Radio Corp.

Mr. Justice BLACK delivered the opinion of the Court.


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