Faulkner v. Gibbs,
338 U.S. 267 (1949)

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Faulkner v. Gibbs, 338 U.S. 267 (1949)

Faulkner v. Gibbs

No. 19

Argued October 12, 1949

Decided November 7, 1949

338 U.S. 267


The current findings of the District Court and the Court of Appeals, that respondent's Patent No. 1,906,260 was valid and infringed by petitioner, are not shown to be clearly erroneous, and the judgment below is affirmed. Halliburton Oil Well Cementing Co. v. Walker, 329 U. S. 1, distinguished. Pp. 338 U. S. 267-268.

In a suit brought by respondent against petitioner for infringement of a patent, the District Court held the patent valid and infringed. The Court of Appeals affirmed. 170 F.2d 34. This Court granted certiorari. 336 U.S. 935. Affirmed, p. 338 U. S. 268.

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