George v. Victor Talking Machine Co.

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George v. Victor Talking Machine Co.
Argued December 5, 1934
Decided December 17, 1934
Full case nameGeorge v. Victor Talking Machine Co.
Citations293 U.S. 377 (more)
55 S. Ct. 229; 79 L. Ed. 439
Holding
The district court's ruling of infringement of a song's common law copyright, granting an injunction so that damages could be determined, was interlocutory. The appeal came too late, so the Court vacated the appeal.
Court membership
Chief Justice
Charles E. Hughes
Associate Justices
Willis Van Devanter · James C. McReynolds
Louis Brandeis · George Sutherland
Pierce Butler · Harlan F. Stone
Owen Roberts · Benjamin N. Cardozo

George v. Victor Talking Machine Co., 293 U.S. 377 (1934), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held the district court's ruling of infringement of a song's common law copyright, granting an injunction so that damages could be determined, was interlocutory. The appeal came too late, so the Court vacated the appeal.[1]

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  1. ^ George v. Victor Talking Machine Co., 293 U.S. 377 (1934)

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