Kenneth Adamo (LLM ’89) Assesses Patent Rulings in Presentation

Kenneth Adamo (LLM/IP ’89) returned to The John Marshall Law School to speak on “The Federal Circuit and the United States Supreme Court: Strange Bedfellows in the Patent World?” as part of the Center for Intellectual Property Law’s Distinguished Alumni Presentation on Sept. 27, 2011. Adamo, of Kirkland & Ellis LLP, gave a brief overview of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the United States Supreme Court early patent jurisprudence, as well as an in-depth look at the decisions of these courts showing their interplay from 1995–2011. Adamo was named in 2011 Intellectual Asset Management’s IAM Patent Litigation 250—The World’s Leading Patent Litigators as a top attorney in the “Individuals—U.S. International Trade Commission” category.


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