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10 Cybaris Intell. Prop. L. Rev. i (2019)

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                                         IN MEMORIAM

       The launch of this latest issue of Cybaris® is bittersweet. Kenneth L. Port, our law
review's founder and guiding force, passed away on September 27, 2019. He was 58. His
contributions to the intellectual property community are immense. They are reflected in a prolific
writing career that spanned ten books and dozens of law review articles, both with Cybaris® and
at large.

       Professor Port's gifts extended far beyond his written work. A spirited teacher and advisor,
he had the unique ability to challenge without being challenging; to push without being pushy. He
dedicated countless hours to his students, guiding and mentoring tomorrow's IP attorneys with a
boundless energy that carried him even in illness. Professor Port's influence can be felt in every
page of this law review, and he is missed greatly by his staff. We resolve to follow the path he has
laid out for us, while never filling the considerable footprints he leaves behind.

    *  Port, Kenneth L. (2010) Introduction to CybarisTM, CybarisR: Vol. 1: Iss. 1, Article 1.
       Available at: http      ilimlineedu

    *  Port, Kenneth L. (2011) Open Letter to Director David Kappos of the United States Patent and Trademark
       Office, Cybaris®: Vol. 2 : Iss. 1, Article 2.
       Available at: hp   e    e        e        r v  Ls

    *  Baker, James A.; Erstling, Jay; Krelitz, Susan Prohofsky; and Port, Kenneth L. (2014) Foreword, Cybaris®:
       Vol. 5: Iss. 1, Article 1.
       Available at: h         •     

    *  Port, Kenneth L. (2015) Regionally Based Collective Trademark System in Japan: Geographical Indicators
       by a Different Name or a Political Misdirection?, Cybaris®: Vol. 6 : Iss. 2, Article 2.
       Available at: htps://open mi che  hamine edii/cyhar-s/v16/1ss2  2

    *  Port, Kenneth L.; Hjelle, Lucas; and Litman, Molly (2018) Patent Jobs and the Myth of the Employment
       Hypothesis, Cybaris®: Vol. 9 : Iss. 2 , Article 1.
       Available at: h I      h            /l   svol~iss2l

    *  The Collected Works of Kenneth L. Port:
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Published by Mitchell Hamline Open Access, 2019

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