Copperweld Steel Co. v. Industrial Commission,
324 U.S. 780 (1945)

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Copperweld Steel Co. v. Industrial Commission, 324 U.S. 780 (1945)

Copperweld Steel Co. v. Industrial Commission of Ohio

No. 684

Argued April 5, 6, 1945

Decided April 23, 1945

324 U.S. 780


The state court decision of which review is here sought was grounded upon the view that the appellant had not pursued the remedy afforded by State law for the vindication of any constitutional right claimed to have been violated, so the appeal must be dismissed and certiorari denied. P. 324 U. S. 785.

143 Ohio St. 591, 55 N.E.2d 154, appeal dismissed; certiorari denied.

Appeal from a judgment sustaining a demurrer in proceedings challenging the validity of awards made to employees of the appellant by the state commission.

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