Lumiere v. Mae Edna Wilder, Inc.

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Lumiere v. Mae Edna Wilder, Inc.
Argued January 18, 1923
Decided February 19, 1923
Full case nameLumiere v. Mae Edna Wilder, Inc.
Citations261 U.S. 174 (more)
43 S. Ct. 312; 67 L. Ed. 596
Holding
A person or corporation cannot file suits under the Copyright Act in areas in which they do not have an office and do no business.
Court membership
Chief Justice
William H. Taft
Associate Justices
Joseph McKenna · Oliver W. Holmes Jr.
Willis Van Devanter · James C. McReynolds
Louis Brandeis · George Sutherland
Pierce Butler · Edward T. Sanford
Case opinion
MajorityBrandeis, joined by a unanimous court

Lumiere v. Mae Edna Wilder, Inc., 261 U.S. 174 (1923), was a United States Supreme Court case in which the Court held a person or corporation cannot file suits under the Copyright Act in areas in which they do not have an office and do no business.[1]

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  1. ^ Lumiere v. Mae Edna Wilder, Inc., 261 U.S. 174 (1923).

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