Heisler v. Bd. of Review, 343 U.S. 939 (appeal dismissed for want of substantial federal question)

72 S.Ct. 1036

Supreme Court of the United States

Mary Jane HEISLER, appellant,

v.

BOARD OF REVIEW, BUREAU OF UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION.

No. 684. | May 5, 1952

Appeal from the Supreme Court of Ohio.

 

Facts and opinion, 156 Ohio St. 395, 102 N.E.2d 601.

 

Attorneys and Law Firms

*940 Mr. Leo Pfeffer, for appellant.

Messrs. C. William O’Neill, Attorney General of Ohio, Joseph S. Gill, First Assistant Attorney General, John W. Hardwick, Assistant Attorney General, aud Robert E. Leach, Chief Counsel, for appellee.

Opinion

PER CURIAM.

 

The motion to dismiss is granted and the appeal is dismissed for the want of a substantial federal question.

 

All Citations

343 U.S. 939, 72 S.Ct. 1036 (Mem), 96 L.Ed. 1346

 

 

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