This is an appeal from the judgement of a three-judge federal court declaring unconstitutional and enjoining the enforcement of certain statutes of the State of New York which provide for prejudgment attachment of a defedant's assets. On April 13, 1973 appellant Curtis Circulation Co. (Curtis) filed a suit against appellees Sugar, Wrestling Revue, Inc. (Wrestling), and Champion Sports Publications, Inc. (Champion), in New York state court. The complaint alleged that Curtis had advanced over $100,000-of which $28,588.08 remained unpaid-to Champion under a contract with Champion pursuant to which Champion had agreed to permit Curtis to market certain identified sports magazines.
White, B.R. Justice White, Per Curiam, Carey v. Sugar, 425 U.S. 73 (1976). Box 367, Harry A. Blackmun Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.