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American Well Works Co. v. Layne & Bowler Co.

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  1. In a brief opinion, Justice Holmes wrote that this claim was based upon the allegedly defamatory actions and statements of the defendant, not any violation of the federal patent laws

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  2. American Well Works Co. v

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  3. Layne & Bowler Co., 241 U.S. 257 (1916), was an early United States Supreme Court case governing the scope of federal question jurisdiction

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  4. Plaintiff American Well Works Co. manufactured, sold, and held the patent to a particular type of pump, which was known to be the best on the market

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  5. Did the district court properly dismiss the matter

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  6. i.e. was federal question jurisdiction present here?

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