Mengelkoch v. Ind. Welfare Comm'n,
393 U.S. 83 (1968)

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Mengelkoch v. Ind. Welfare Comm'n, 393 U.S. 83 (1968)

Mengelkoch v. Industrial Welfare Commission

No. 375

Decided October 28, 1968

393 U.S. 83


A three-judge federal court dissolved itself for want of jurisdiction. A single district judge then dismissed the case on the ground of abstention and incorporated the three-judge court's dissolution order in his opinion by reference. In this appeal from both judgments, held that the Court of Appeals, and not this Court, has jurisdiction over the appeal from the dissolution order and from the abstention decision.

284 F.Supp. 950, vacated and remanded; 284 F.Supp. 956, dismissed.

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