CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY COMPANY v. BROTHERHOOD OF RAILROAD, 352 U.S. 995 (1957)

U.S. Supreme Court

CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY COMPANY v. BROTHERHOOD OF RAILROAD , 352 U.S. 995 (1957)

352 U.S. 995

CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY COMPANY, petitioner,
v.
BROTHERHOOD OF RAILROAD TRAINMEN, LOCAL LODGE NO. 721, et al.
No. 84.

Supreme Court of the United States

February 25, 1957

Mr. John B. Miller, for petitioner.

Messrs. Benning M. Grice and Wayland K. Sullivan, for respondents.

On writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

PER CURIAM.

Upon the suggestion of mootness the writ is dismissed on the ground that the cause is moot.[ Central of Ga. Railway Co. v. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen 352 U.S. 995 (1957) ]


U.S. Supreme Court

CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY COMPANY v. BROTHERHOOD OF RAILROAD , 352 U.S. 995 (1957)

352 U.S. 995

CENTRAL OF GEORGIA RAILWAY COMPANY, petitioner,
v.
BROTHERHOOD OF RAILROAD TRAINMEN, LOCAL LODGE NO. 721, et al.
No. 84.

Supreme Court of the United States

February 25, 1957

Mr. John B. Miller, for petitioner.

Messrs. Benning M. Grice and Wayland K. Sullivan, for respondents.

On writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

PER CURIAM.

Upon the suggestion of mootness the writ is dismissed on the ground that the cause is moot.[ Central of Ga. Railway Co. v. Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen 352 U.S. 995 (1957) ]

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