Bosky Suit

Last week in Brooklyn Justice John L. Walsh ruled that a corporation could be sued for alienation of the affections. One Louis Gold had sued Pocket Brassiere Co. Inc. et al. for $200,000. "Et al." were one Betty Bernard and three Boskys, Jacob. Irving and Sadie. Mrs. Gold, a stockholder in Pocket Brassiere Co., had been manager of its Brooklyn branch until her husband made her resign. Husband Gold charged that, with the connivance of Betty Bernard and the three Boskys. Pocket Brassiere Co. has lured his wife back to her old job, had...

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