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The Supreme Court, the Federal Circuit, and Patent Law: The Full Symposium

This symposium takes place against a backdrop of three recent Supreme Court decisions affecting patent law—KSR v. Teleflex, Microsoft v. AT&T, and eBay v. MercExchange. It asks whether these cases together represent, as some commentators have suggested, a recent upheaval in patent law and modified relationship between the Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court.

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