Business: U. S. v. Sugar Institute

U.S. v. Sugar Institute

For the Government there were two lawyers, for the defense 50. The Gov- ernment's brief was a bound volume of 520 pages, the defense's a volume of 1,000 pages. The testimony filled 10,000 pages and the exhibits filled a 10 ft. shelf. The action was brought in 1931 and the six- month trial in 1932 was one of the longest on record. There was no jury, no spectators. Concluded last year, U. S. v. Sugar Institute, Inc. et al. was the most important anti-trust case since the dissolution of Standard Oil Co. in...

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