19 Fed. Cir. B.J. [i] (2009-2010)

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Federal                  (Circa 2009)
Circuit                  DARIN SNYDER AND MARK DAVIES
Introduction  1
Bar                      i. The Federal Circuit Applies Its Special Expertise  2
journal                  II. The Federal Circuit Tries a New Approach: Paying Attention
to the Supreme Court  5
III. Flaws in the New Approach  10
CONTENTS                 Conclusion * 13
Postscript * 13
15   The Roles of Judges and Juries in Patent Litigation
GARY M. HNATH AND TIMOTHY A. MOLINO
Introduction - 15
I. The Right to a Jury - 17
II. Situations Where No Jury Is Available  18
III. Issue by Issue Analysis: Judge or Jury? * 21
Conclusion - 39
41   Modernizing  337's Domestic Industry Requirement
for the Global Economy
THOMAS A. BROUGHAN, III
Introduction - 41
I.  Brief Overview of the ITC  - 44
II. The Domestic Industry Requirement * 46
III. The Global Economy - 58
IV. Modernizing the Domestic Industry Requirement - 64
V. The Public Interest Clause and Non-Practicing Entities - 70
Conclusion * 78
81   Amgen, Inc. v. ITC: Defying Kinik While Complying
with TRIPS
JOHN A. KELLY
Introduction - 81
I.  Background  82
II. Critical Analysis of Amgen  89
III. The ITC, Section 271(e)(1), and TRIPs Compliance - 93
IV. Bringing the United States into TRIPs Compliance * 103
Conclusion  105

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