Business: Home Life of a Lawyer

As the Government's antitrust suit against 17 investment banking houses recessed for the summer last week, the 64 lawyers connected with the case totted up some vital statistics on themselves. Since the case went to trial in 1950 before Judge Harold Medina in Manhattan, seventeen children and three grandchildren have been born into the lawyers' families (all but three of them on the defense side).

Unless Judge Medina grants pending defense motions to dismiss the charges, the defense may take still another couple of years to present its case in the marathon trial. "Thus," speculated the New York Times last week, "the...

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