United States v. General Electric Co. is a 1926 decision of the United States
Supreme Court holding (per Chief Justice Taft) that a patentee who has granted a
Facts. Plaintiff requested that Defendant perform services and provide parts
related to the turbines of one of its ships. Defendant manufactured the turbines.
A summary and case brief of Princess Cruises, Inc. v. General Electric Co.,
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U.S. Supreme Court. United States v. General Electric Co., 272 U.S. 476 (1926).
United States v. General Electric Company. No. 113. Argued October 13, 1926.
Princess Cruises, Inc. v. General Electric Co., 143 F.3d 828 (4th Cir. 1998). Facts:
Princess Cruises (P) sought to schedule routine inspection and repair for the ...
Performs US and foreign Patent Prep and Prosecution for the GE businesses
including responding to office actions, drafting patent applications, contributing to
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history of earnings growth and dividend payments, such as General Electric, IBM