Connecticut Ironworkers Employ v. New England Regional Council


OPINION, vacating the judgment of the district court as to the Sherman Act claim, affirming the judgment as to the unfair labor practices claim and remanding the cause to the district court for further proceedings consistent with this opinion, including for such additional discovery as will permit the District Court to be informed of the relevant history and permit the parties to move for summary judgment or, if necessary, to proceed to trial, by DJ, JAC, BDP, FILED.[2108081] [16-485]--[Edited 08/23/2017 by HT]

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Case 16-485, Document 115-3, 08/23/2017, 2108081, Page1 of 1 United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse 40 Foley Square New York, NY 10007 ROBERT A. KATZMANN CATHERINE O'HAGAN WOLFE CHIEF JUDGE CLERK OF COURT Date: August 23, 2017 Docket #: 16-485cv Short Title: Connecticut Ironworkers Employ v. New England Regional Council DC Docket #: 10-cv-165 DC Court: CT (NEW HAVEN) DC Judge: Underhill VERIFIED ITEMIZED BILL OF COSTS Counsel for _________________________________________________________________________ respectfully submits, pursuant to FRAP 39 (c) the within bill of costs and requests the Clerk to prepare an itemized statement of costs taxed against the ________________________________________________________________ and in favor of _________________________________________________________________________ for insertion in the mandate. Docketing Fee _____________________ Costs of printing appendix (necessary copies ______________ ) _____________________ Costs of printing brief (necessary copies ______________ ____) _____________________ Costs of printing reply brief (necessary copies ______________ ) _____________________ (VERIFICATION HERE) ________________________ Signature

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