J.W. Verret, Associate Professor of Law
The intersection of political and legal issues involved in President Trump’s impeachment have become a complex chess game. Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been at the game a long time. By comparison, Trump is like the novice player at the table asking, “What does the horsey do again?”
www.washingtonexaminer.com, November 19
Adam Mossoff, Professor of Law
Former Federal Circuit Chief Judge Paul R. Michel is urging his old court to undo its decision to invalidate an American Axle &
Manufacturing automobile drive shaft technology patent, saying it puts “seemingly every patent [in] eligibility jeopardy.” Michel submitted an amicus brief Thursday, backing AAM’s bid to have its case heard en banc. He said if the U.S. Supreme Court’s Alice and Mayo tests can be used to invalidate “industrial-process, physically based-patents” like AAM’s under Section 101 of the Patent Act, then nothing is off limits.
www.law360.com, Dec. 17