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KOVRAK v. GINSBURG

December 15, 1959

Stephen J. KOVRAK, Petitioner,
v.
S. Regen GINSBURG, Chairman, Robert F. Lehman, George P. Williams, III, Individually and as members of the Committee on Authorized Practice of the Law, acting for, on behalf of and by authority of the Philadelphia Bar Association and Curtis Bok, Gerald F. Flood, and Louis E. Levinthal, Individually and as Judges of Common Pleas Court No. 6 of Philadelphia County



The opinion of the court was delivered by: CLARY

This case, reported at 177 F.Supp. 614, is again before the Court on exceptions of petitioner Stephen J. Kovrak to the final order, judgment and decree entered October 23, 1959, and his motion to vacate, alter or amend the said final order, judgment and decree.

The only contention of the petitioner at oral argument on his exceptions and motion, not previously heard and decided, is that because an affidavit in the record submitted on behalf of the petitioner (made solely on the basis of information and belief) stated that the late Judges J. Whitaker Thompson and Oliver B. Dickinson *fn1" had established a policy in this Court of admitting anyone, who had been admitted to practice in any District Court of the United States, to practice generally before this Court, an issue of fact had been raised which should be determined before the Court could act.


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