Administering Patent Law

Presented by: Iowa Law Review & the Iowa Innovation, Business and Law Center

 Friday, October 5, 2018
University of Iowa College of Law
Iowa City, Iowa
 

 

The symposium focuses on the intersection of patent and administrative law, a juncture that has become particularly salient in recent years and is poised to become even more so with the Supreme Court’s continuing interest in both patent and administrative law. Leading scholars will address the fundamental question of how patent law was, is, and should be administered, providing insights into the patent office's historical origins, its place in the modern administrative state, and recommendations for its future evolution. 

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Participating Authors:

Colleen Chien, Santa Clara University School of Law 

John Duffy, University of Virginia School of Law

Rebecca Eisenberg, University of Michigan Law School

John GoldenUniversity of Texas at Austin School of Law

Paul Gugliuzza, Boston University School of Law 

Dmitry Karshtedt, George Washington Law School

Sapna Kumar, University of Houston Law Center

Jonathan Masur, University of Chicago Law School

Robert Merges, Berkeley Law at University of California

Adam Mossoff, Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason

Tejas Narechania, Berkeley Law at University of California

Arti Rai, Duke University School of Law

Jason Rantanen, University of Iowa School of Law

Saurabh Vishnubhakat, Texas A&M University School of Law

Chris Walker, Ohio State University Moritz College of Law

Melissa Wasserman, University of Texas at Austin School of Law

Stephen Yelderman, University of Notre Dame School of Law