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Samuel Shepp Isseks, American lawyer. Member law firm of Isseks, Laporte, Meyers and Verdon.; Served in S.A.T.C., October-December 1918.; Member Bar City New York, American, New York State bar associations, New York County Lawyers, Phi Beta Kappa.

Background

Isseks, Samuel Shepp was born on April 17, 1900 in New York City. Son of Nathan and Mary (Goldstein) Isseks.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Oberlin (O.) College, 1922. Bachelor of Laws, Harvard Law School, 1925, Society of Jesus (Jesuit), 1926.

Career

Admitted to New York bar, 1927. Agent in Treasury Department of the United States, 1926-1927. Associate Root, Clark, Buckner & Ballantine, 1927-1938.

Assistant attorney general State New York, 1938-1939. Special assistant to attorney general of the United States (anti-grust division Department of Justice), New York City, 1939-1943. Member 3 man commission appointed by secretary of Army to investigate decartelization program in occupied Germany, December 1948.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor to legal journals.

Membership

Member law firm of Isseks, Laporte, Meyers and Verdon. Served in S.A.T.C., October-December 1918. Member Bar City New York, American, New York State bar associations, New York County Lawyers, Phi Beta Kappa.

Connections

Married M. Wilma Nixon, January 4, 1925. Children: Janice Marilyn, Robert Dixon, William Watson, John Dixon.

father:
Nathan Isseks

mother:
Mary (Goldstein) Isseks

spouse:
M. Wilma Nixon

child:
Robert Dixon Isseks

child:
William Watson Isseks

child:
John Dixon Isseks

child:
Janice Marilyn Isseks