Court of Customs and Patent Appeals

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals

n. a federal court established (1929) to hear appeals from decisions by the United States Patent Office and from the United States Customs Court. It sits in Washington, D. C. and is composed of five judges. (See: patent, Customs Court)

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