The United States brought an action against defendants, movie distributors and producers, for alleged conspiracies and monopolies in violation of the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. Defendants moved for a more definite statement or a bill of particulars under federal rule 12 (e). Held, bill of particulars allowed as to demands seeking ultimate facts, denied as to demands seeking evidentiary matter. United States v. Schine Chain Theatres, (D. C. N. Y. 1940) 1 F. R. D. 205.
Oliver B. Crager,
FEDERAL COURTS - FEDERAL RULES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE - RULE 12(e) - MOTION FOR BILL OF PARTICULARS,
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