227 F2d 384 New American Library of World Literature v. Federal Trade Commission
227 F.2d 384
The NEW AMERICAN LIBRARY OF WORLD LITERATURE, Inc., a
corporation, Kurt Enoch, and Victor Weybright,
individually and as officers of The New
American Library of World
Literature, Inc., a
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION.
No. 79, Docket 23553.
United States Court of Appeals Second Circuit.
Argued Nov. 16, 1955.
Decided Nov. 25, 1955.
Sidney A. Diamond, New York City, Roosevelt, Freidin & Lattauer, New York City, Rudolf M. Littauer, New York City, of counsel, for petitioners.
James A. Corkey, Washington, D.C., Earl W. Kintner, General Counsel, Robert B. Dawkins, Asst. General Counsel, Washington, D.C., for the Federal Trade Commission.
Before HAND, FRANK and MEDINA, Circuit Judges.
Upon our remand to the Commission, New American Library of World Literature v. Federal Trade Commission, 2 Cir., 213 F.2d 143, the Commission appears to have strictly complied in every way with what we said. The Commission's decision and order issued January 13, 1955 is therefore affirmed.