Corrected copy of opinion Feb. 4, 1954, Harold R. Medina, U.S.C.J. in the district court of the United States for the southern district of New York. Civil action no. 43-757
New York: Record Press [for the State of New York], 1954. Paperback. vi, 424p., 9x6 inch buff wraps; somewhat browned and edgeworn with clear "magic tape" mends to head and tail (thus far holding and unobtrusive), small stain on first page of Topical Arrangement of Opinion. Mexican American judge.
Actions brought against Dillon Read, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Lehman Bros, Kuhn Loeb and many other outfits, some represented by Sullivan & Cromwell. Sampling the topical list: Part IV runs pp153-213 and is headed "Did the seventeen defendant investment banking firms combine for the purpose of dominating and controlling and did they in fact dominate and control the financial affairs of issuers by directorships and solicitation of proxies?"