“The Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court”: Judged as One of the Best Intellectual Property Articles of 2006 by the Intellectual Property Law Review

“The Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court”: Judged as One of the Best Intellectual Property Articles of 2006 by the Intellectual Property Law Review

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The article “The Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court,” co-authored by the Honorable Arthur J. Gajarsa and WilmerHale Associate Lawrence P. Cogswell, III, Ph.D., has been named as one of 2006’s best intellectual property articles by the Intellectual Property Law Review. The article was originally published in the American University Law Review and will befeatured in the Intellectual Property Law Review’s 2007 edition—an anthology published annually by Thomson West, Eagan Minnesota—due out in July 2007.

“The Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court” discusses the evolving relationship between the Federal Circuit, the regional circuits, and the Supreme Court. Click here to read the article in its entirety.