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Zachary Murphy is an Associate with Womble Bond Dickinson, where he focuses his practice on intellectual property litigation as well as patent prosecution and litigation.
Prior to joining the firm, Zachary worked for Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia. He provided legal analysis and advice to the D.C. Council, city agencies, and divisions within the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). He also drafted motions and legal memoranda for cases managed by OAG’s affirmative litigation unit, and obtained trial experience with OAG’s Office of Consumer Protection.
<i>Zachary Murphy is not licensed to practice law in Delaware. His activities are directly supervised by attorneys licensed to practice in Delaware.</i>
As of today, the 2022 Supreme Court docket is light on intellectual property cases, with the Court having granted review of only one copyright case. However, one other major case lurks in the background on an issue—patent ineligibility—upon which the Supreme Court has already demonstrated its interest. These two cases are examined in greater detail below.