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Written by Don Dunner ''Fifty-four years ago a lawyer in the prime of his career was appointed by President Eisenhower to serve as a judge on the Court of Customs and Patent Appeals CCPA Within weeks if not days…

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In Part I of the interview we discussed Judge Linn s early interest in patent law and how he found himself appointed to replace the recently deceased Judge Giles Sutherland Rich We then discussed engaging as a lawyer with…

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Mirror Worlds also alleged that Apple induced its customers to infringe claim The infringement theory in play here is called inducement and is found in U S C b a party who actively induces infringement of a patent shall…

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The discussion was lively perhaps even explosive You could nearly see sparks fly when Chief Judge Rader continued to pepper Seth Waxman with question after question about his opinion on the propriety of parties lobbying the White House in…

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Microsoft would like to have the standard for invalidating a patent claim lowered to a mere preponderance of the evidence standard They say that prior art not considered by the Patent Office should not be afforded the same level…

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In this second installment of my interview with Don Dunner the dean of CAFC appellate advocates we talk about which judges on the Federal Circuit ask the most difficult questions who he thinks are capable candidates for future federal…

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Don Dunner is a partner with Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett Dunner LLP and he has argued over cases before the Federal Circuit Dunner was enormously candid although many of the things I would have liked to ask him had…

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