Electrical Fittings Corp. v. Thomas & Betts Co.
307 U.S. 241 (1939)

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Electrical Fittings Corp. v. Thomas & Betts Co., 307 U.S. 241 (1939)

Electrical Fittings Corp. v. Thomas & Betts Co.

No. 582

Argued April 19, 1939

Decided May 22, 1939

307 U.S. 241


A defendant in a patent suit is entitled to appeal from so much of a decree adjudging him not guilty of infringement as purports to adjudge the patent valid. P. 307 U. S. 242.

100 F.2d 403 reversed.

Certiorari, 306 U.S. 624, to review the dismissal of an appeal from a decree of the District Court, 23 F.Supp. 920, in a suit for alleged patent infringement.

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