Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Assistant Attorney General Berge argued the cause on the original argument for the United States. With him on the brief were George T. Washington, then Acting Solicitor General, Charles H. Weston, Robert G. Seaks, Bartholomew A. Diggins and Leonard J. Emmerglick.
Frederick Bernays Wiener argued the cause on the reargument for the United States. With him on the brief were Solicitor General Perlman, Assistant Attorney General Sonnett and Robert G. Seaks.
John Lord O'Brian and Albert R. Connelly argued the cause for appellees. With them on the briefs were Nester S. Foley, Gerhard A. Gesell, Louis Quarles, Maxwell H. Herriott, Clark J.A. Hazelwood, Charles F. Meroni, Needham A. Graham, Jr., W.F. Sonnekalb, Jr., Alexander C. Neave, Harry R. Puch, Jr., Wilder Lucas, Wilber Owen, John A. Dienner, Edward C. Grelle, George B. Turner and John J. O'Connell.
Supreme Court of United States.
MR. JUSTICE REED delivered the opinion of the Court.
The United States sought an injunction under §§ 1 and 4 of the Sherman Act1 in the District Court against continuance of violations of that Act by an allegedly unlawful combination or conspiracy between appellees, through contracts, to restrain interstate trade in certain patented electrical devices. The restraint alleged arose from a cross-license arrangement between the patent...
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