Altvater v. Freeman
|Altvater v. Freeman|
|Argued April 19, 1943
Decided May 24, 1943
|Full case name||Altvater v. Freeman|
|Citations||319 U.S. 359 (more)|
|Although a licensee had maintained payments of royalties, a Declaratory Judgment Act claim of invalidity of the licensed patent still presented a justiciable case or controversy.|
Altvater v. Freeman, 319 U.S. 359 (1943), was a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States which held that, although a licensee had maintained payments of royalties, a Declaratory Judgment Act claim of invalidity of the licensed patent still presented a justiciable case or controversy.
- List of United States Supreme Court cases, volume 319
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- Maines, Ruanne Neighbour (1949). "Declaratory Judgments: Patent Litigation: Justiciable Controversy". California Law Review. California Law Review, Vol. 37, No. 3. 37 (3): 506–510. JSTOR 3477809. doi:10.2307/3477809.
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