Waite v. United States,
282 U.S. 508 (1931)

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Waite v. United States, 282 U.S. 508 (1932)

Waite v. United States

No. 103

Submitted January 30, 1931

Decided February 24, 1931

282 U.S. 508


Under the Act of July 1, 1918, which gave a remedy against the United States for the unlicensed use of a patented invention, and provides that compensation to the owners in such cases shall be reasonable and "entire," interest on the amount of the damages should be allowed. P. 282 U. S. 509.

69 Ct.Cls. 153 reversed.

Certiorari, post, p. 817, to review a judgment of the Court of Claims disallowing interest in a suit against the United States for unlicensed use of a patent.

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