Posts Tagged: Federal Circuit Judges


How to Choose the Next Federal Circuit Judge: Stick with Experience

The Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the nation's patent court, is at a crossroad. Today, unlike in earlier decades, nearly all its cases are patent-related, …

Lessons From a Quantitative Analysis of the Federal Circuit’s Section 101 Decisions Since Alice

Everyone agrees that the 2014 Alice v. CLS Bank decision dramatically changed courts’ approach to patent eligibility analyses under Section 101. Six years later, the Federal Circuit has issued …
By C. Graham Gerst & Paul Choi
1 year ago 7

Dissecting Dissents for Ex Parte Appeals

Dissent is not the highest form of judgment for judges on the Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) of the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).  …
By Eli Mazour & Sora Ko
3 years ago 8

The Most Interesting Man in the Patent World Fights to Improve America’s Patent System

“I can tell you that my work in China and Japan and Korea tells me that the companies there are quite delighted to pick up the slack …
By Eli Mazour
4 years ago 7

I Dissent: The Federal Circuit’s ‘Great Dissenter,’ Her Influence on the Patent Dialogue, and Why It Matters

Today, Judge Newman is the Federal Circuit’s most prolific dissenter, and her dissents are important. Former Chief Judge Paul Michel noted that “Judge Newman may hold …
By Professor Daryl Lim
5 years ago 11