The Supreme Court reversed the District Court’s ruling which allowed a man to collect worker’s compensation under both Texas’s and Louisianna’s Workman’s Compensation Laws. The Supreme Court ruled that he could pursue compensation in either state, but the Full Faith and Credit Clause precluded him from being compensated in both. Justice Jackson Wrote a concurring opinion, differentiating this case from Williams v. North Carolina, 317 US 287, and his dissent in that case.