Robert Frank Speaks on the Law of Obviousness after KSR

Choate Speaking Engagement

 | September 9, 2008

 | Robert Frank

  Conference on Intellectual Property

Organization:  Harvard Law School
Location:  Cambridge


Robert Frank, partner in Intellectual Property Litigation, spoke on "The Law of Obviousness after KSR: What is (or Should Be) Decided by Whom and When."
This one day event focused on varying diverse perspectives on the latest developments in intellectual property law.  Judges from the Federal Circuit, top legal scholars and experienced practitioners examined some of the key issues shaping intellectual property law today, both in the courts and in practice.


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