Gibbons V. Ogden

Gibbons V. Ogden
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  • Gibbons V. Ogden ARGUED Feb 3 - 8, 1824
  • APPELLANT Thomas Gibbons
  • Does the Commerce Clause give Congress authority over interstate navigation?
  • APPELLEE Aaron Ogden
  • LAW Robert R. Livingston and Robert Fulton get a 20-year monopoly over navigation on waters within state jurisdiction
  • How can I forestall the monopoly if Livingston and Fulton keep selling franchise and buying competitors’ boats??
  • VOID
  • Ferry line between Elizabeth, New Jersey, and New York City
  • Federal Coastal License
  • How dare you operate another steamboat on a New York route belonging to me?? 
  • It's been three years of peace! I'm filing a suit against you!
  • Ogden filed suit against Gibbons in New York state court, and received a permanent injunction
  • Does the Commerce Clause give Congress authority over interstate navigation?
  • Justice Marshall concluded that regulation of navigation by steamboat operators and others for purposes of conducting interstate commerce was a power reserved to and exercised by the Congress under the Commerce Clause. This is important because of how much trade is done on the water. 
  • LAW Robert R. Livingston and Robert Fulton get a 20-year monopoly over navigation on waters within state jurisdiction
  • I won! I won!
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