UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SECOND CIRCUIT
May 27, 1957
FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION
WILLIAM B. RUBIN, PRESIDENT, THE SWEETS COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC., AND THE SWEETS COMPANY OF AMERICA, INC., A CORPORATION.
Before: CHASE, HINCKS and LUMBARD, Circuit Judges.
Appeal from an order of the District Court for the Southern District of New York denying an application made by the Federal Trade Commission for the enforcement of an administrative subpoena duces tecum . The subpoena directed the respondent, William B. Rubin, President of The Sweets Company of America, Inc., to produce documentary evidence described in it and to appear and testify before a hearing examiner of the Commission in a proceeding before the Commission on a complaint charging the corporation with having violated Section 2(d) of the Clayton Act, as amended, 49 Stat. 1526; 15 U.S.C. 13(d). DIMOCK, Judge. Reversed.
Per Curiam: Order reversed with directions to grant the application. Federal Trade Commission v. Tuttle, 2 Cir. decided April 2, 1957; Menzies et al. v. Federal Trade Commission, 4 Cir., decided March 7, 1957, cert. denied May 13, 1957; and Federal Trade Commission v. Reed, 7 Cir. decided April 11, 1957.
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