Judge dread and patent law

U.S. District Judge James F. Holderman has been assigned 101 patent cases since 2000. For judges wary of today’s latest innovations, Holderman’s centennial must feel cringe-worthy. To him, it may as well have been a celebration.“I love this stuff,” Holderman said.Many law professors and would-be patent law reformers point to experience among trial court judges &mdash …

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