18 Va. J.L. & Tech. 1 (2013-2014)

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VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF LAW &


             TECHNOLOGY

FALL 2013    UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA   VOL. 18, No. 01


        Where's the Innovation:


  An   Analysis of the Quantity and

     Qualities ofAnticipated and

              Obvious Patents




              SHAWN P. MILLERt







   D 2013 Virginia Journal of Law & Technology Association, at
http://www.vjolt.net.

   t   Olin-Searle Fellow, Stanford Law School, and Adjunct Professor,
University of San Diego. Ph.D., George Mason University; J.D., Notre Dame
Law School; B.S., University of Notre Dame. Mr. Miller thanks his
dissertation committee (Alex T. Tabarrok, Robin D. Hanson, and Joshua D.
Wright) for helpful comments on earlier drafts. Mr. Miller can be reached at
smiller@law.stanford.edu.


Vol. 18


No. 01


VIRGINIA JOURNAL OF LAW
   & TECHNOLOGY

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