HAZELTINE CORPORATION v. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.

Nos. 2466, 2467.

19 F.Supp. 898 (1937)

HAZELTINE CORPORATION v. GENERAL ELECTRIC CO. et al.

District Court, D. Maryland.

July 17, 1937.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Henry T. Kilburn, of New York City, and Eben J. D. Cross, of Baltimore, Md., for plaintiff.

Stephen H. Philbin and William J. Barnes, both of New York City, and Gaylord Lee Clark and Semmes, Bowen & Semmes, all of Baltimore, Md., for defendants.


COLEMAN, District Judge.

These two suits, which have been consolidated, relate to alleged infringement of four patents on radio apparatus owned by the plaintiff. There are two defendants. One of them, the General Electric Company, appeared specially and moved to dismiss the bill of complaint in each case on the ground that it had committed no acts of infringement within the District of Maryland, and that therefore this court has no jurisdiction to entertain a suit...

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