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Alaska Packers’ Ass’n v. Domenico

117 F. 99 (9th Cir. 1902)

tl;dr: Some dudes agreed to work on a ship in Alaska, but once they arrived, they demanded more for their services from the shipowners. The shipowners had no choice but to agree, but once they got back from Alaska, they refused to pay.

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Facts & Holding

Facts:Fishermen (libelants/defendants) were engaged by the Alaska Packers' Association ("APA")...

Holding:Consent to such a demand was without consideration, for the...

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