Posts Tagged: Chief Judge Markey


The Evolution of Patent Jurisprudence, from Giles Rich to Howard Markey to Randall Rader

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 …
By Donald Dunner
6 years ago 1

Patent Drafting: Not as Easy as You Think

If you are considering moving forward on your own the first question you should ask is whether you should even be pursuing an invention. The cost of …
By Gene Quinn
6 years ago 38

How About a Patent Attorney for the Federal Circuit?

In looking at the cases filed at the Federal Circuit during 2010, 42% of the docket for the CAFC were patent cases. At the moment, the three judges who …
By Gene Quinn
9 years ago 12

Debunking the Myth that Patents Create a Monopoly

Many inventors operate under the misunderstanding that getting a patent is like owning Boardwalk and Park Place in the popular board game "Monopoly." Unfortunately, turning a patent …
By Gene Quinn
10 years ago 16