How ordinary judges and juries decide the seemingly complex technological questions of patentability over the prior art.


Determinations of patentability over the prior art are often thought to raise questions that are so technologically complex that they require special training and judgment to answer, especially in fast-moving fields like modern biotechnology. This essay explores the somewhat counterintuitive argument that under the U.S. system they do not and should not… (More)


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