Oscar Gruss & Son v. United States,
386 U.S. 776 (1967)

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Oscar Gruss & Son v. United States, 386 U.S. 776 (1967)

Oscar Gruss & Son v. United States

No. 1060

Decided May 8, 1967

386 U.S. 776


Review by this Court of District Court's dismissal of appellant, New Haven railroad bondholder's, complaint challenging ICC's Penn-Central merger order held inappropriate pending outcome of ICC's further consideration of that order, see Baltimore & Ohio R. Co. v. United States, ante, p. 386 U. S. 372, and New Haven railroad inclusion proceeding.

261 F.Supp. 386, vacated and remanded.

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