Having been asked almost every day for the last nine years for offhand-commonly called curb-stone-opinions on one or more of certain very elementary propositions in Patent Law, it has occurred to me that perhaps a discussion of some of these questions would be of more practical value to the readers of this magazine than a comprehensive discussion of a more elaborate subject.
Dwight B. Cheever,
Curb-Stone Patent Opinions,
Mich. L. Rev.
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