Ambler v. Choteau, 107 U.S. 586 (1883)
U.S. Supreme CourtAmbler v. Choteau, 107 U.S. 586 (1883)
Ambler v. Choteau
Decided January 22, 1883
107 U.S. 586
Where the object of a suit in chancery is the recovery of the damages which the complainant alleges that he has sustained by reason of an unlawful and fraudulent conspiracy to cheat him out of his interest in an original invention, which is the subject matter of the controversy, the bill should be dismissed, as his remedy is at law.