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Johnson Vs. U S Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation - Court Judgment

LegalCrystal Citation
CourtUS Supreme Court
Decided On
Case Number279 U.S. 819
AppellantJohnson
RespondentU S Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation
Excerpt:
johnson v. u s shipping board emergency fleet corporation - 279 u.s. 819 (1929) u.s. supreme court johnson v. u s shipping board emergency fleet corporation, 279 u.s. 819 (1929) 279 u.s. 819 no. 220. john johnson, petitioner, v. united states shipping board emergency fleet corporation. supreme court of the united states april 8, 1929 mr. silas b. axtell, of new york city, for petitioner. this cause is restored to the docket for reargument and is set down for hearing with no. 676, united states shipping board merchant fleet corporation v. lustgarten, the two cases to be argued as one. the court especially invites argument on the following question: 1. is the united states shipping board merchant fleet corporation, as an agency of.....
Judgment:
JOHNSON v. U S SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION - 279 U.S. 819 (1929)
U.S. Supreme Court JOHNSON v. U S SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION, 279 U.S. 819 (1929)

279 U.S. 819
No. 220.

John JOHNSON, petitioner,
v.
UNITED STATES SHIPPING BOARD EMERGENCY FLEET CORPORATION.

Supreme Court of the United States

April 8, 1929

Mr. Silas B. Axtell, of New York City, for petitioner.

This cause is restored to the docket for reargument and is set down for hearing with No. 676, United States Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation v. Lustgarten, the two cases to be argued as one. The Court especially invites argument on the following question:

1. Is the United States Shipping Board Merchant Fleet Corporation, as an agency of the United States, immune for suit for the tortious acts of persons whom it has employed to carry on the operation of merchant vessels of the United States, and who have been selected by it with due care?

2. Are the remedies given against the United States Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation by the suits in admiralty act of March 9, 1920, exclusive of all other remedies, whether at law or in admiralty, for liabilities of the Fleet Corporation growing out of the operation of merchant vessels of the United States?

3. Is the two-year period of limitation prescribed in the suits in admiralty act applicable to the present suit?[ Johnson v. U S Shipping Board Emergency Fleet Corporation 279 U.S. 819 (1929) ]


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