Patents and Identity in Early UK Telephony Disputes

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This chapter contains sections titled: 4.1 Telephone Company Litigation: The Rise of the UTC Monopoly, 4.2 Philipp Reis's Unpatented Telephon : A Preemption of Bell or Mere Musical Toy?, 4.3 Difference or Disclosure? The Problem of Thomson's 1876 BAAS Glasgow Lecture, 4.4 Litigating for Monopoly: UTC v. Bassano and the New Telephone Company, 4.5 Philanthropy vs. Patenting in Long-Distance Telephony, 4.6 Conclusion