Friday, 27 March 2009

Symposium on Litigation Before the International Trade Commission

The John Marshall Law School's Review of Intellectual Property Law (vol.8, issue 2) has now been posted online here. Its theme is litigation before the US's feared and revered International Trade Commission. Chicago-based John Marshall has long been a bastion of excellence in the sphere of US and now international IP law and practice, with academics enjoying strong support from the profession.  Although the articles in this issue do not specifically address patent enforcement, it is apparent that much of their content is directed at that very subject. 

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