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Lawyer

Samuel Adams Mccain, American lawyer. Member American (chairman food law committee since 1948), International, Inter-American, New York (chairman food law committee since 1948) bar associations, Association Bar City New York, Food Law Institute (member of executive committee), Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Background

Mccain, Samuel Adams was born on May 2, 1906 in Muskogee, Oklahoma, United States. Son of Farrar Leonidas and Katharine (Adams) Mccain.

Education

Bachelor of Arts summa cum laude, Washington and Lee University, 1927. Bachelor of Arts (Rhodes scholar Exeter College), University of Oxford, England, 1929, Bachelor of Civil Law, 1930.

Career

Admitted to New York bar, 1933, Supreme Court of the United States Court, 1936. Associate Cotton, Franklin, Wright & Gordon, 1930-1942, Washington associate, 1935-1937. With Corn Products Refining Company, 1942-1958, counsel, head legal department, 1945-1954, general counsel, 1954-1958.

General counsel Corn Products Company. New York City, 1958-1959, vice president, general counsel, 1959-1960, vice president of counsel, 1960-1962, consultant counsel, since 1962. Board of directors Community Planning Association, Riverdale, New York City.

Membership

Member American (chairman food law committee since 1948), International, Inter-American, New York (chairman food law committee since 1948) bar associations, Association Bar City New York, Food Law Institute (member of executive committee), Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Clubs: Metropolitan (Washington).

Connections

Married Jane Murtagh, October 8, 1932. Children: Sarah, Samuel Adams.

father:
Farrar Leonidas Mccain

mother:
Katharine (Adams) Mccain

spouse:
Jane Murtagh

children:
Sarah Mccain

Samuel Adams Mccain