The Supreme Court and Patent Reform

Patents and Intellectual Property

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A Silicon Flatirons Center event

The Supreme Court has systematically evaluated a range of patent law issues over the last dozen years. During this time period, Congress weighed in on patent reform but focused more on the structure of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and its processes than substantive patent law. This path of patent reform raises both substantive and institutional questions. This conference will explore both sets of questions. TAP scholars Phil Weiser and Mark Lemley will participate.

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