Looking forward to: 

Dennis Crouch

About Dennis Crouch

Law Professor at the University of Missouri School of Law. Co-director of the Center for Intellectual Property and Entrepreneurship.

5 thoughts on “Looking forward to: 

  1. I wonder if there are any plans to discuss the inevitable blocking of Trump’s nominees to the Supreme Court and Federal Circuit, and how that will impact patent law.

    Because that’s how the game is played now. Right?

    1. Why would it be inevitable? The game as you refer to it requires a certain number of Elephants versus a certain number of Donkeys, and those numbers are just not in the favor of the game continuing.

      That’s pretty obvious, so I am left wondering why you would post as you have.

  2. Dennis, I’m curious why you blocked this comment:

    The fact that the country has elected a transparent con artist and soc i0path to be President (at least according to the backwoods/cessp00l enhancement scheme known as the Electoral College) is likely to embolden the worst attorneys to “push the envelope”. One of the maniac elect’s surrogates was out there recently proclaiming that “facts don’t matter anymore.” How awesome for the legal system!

    I wonder how long it will take for the slime to detectably rise up. Three months? I’m thinking some emboldened patent maximalist or one of his lackey’s will drop something about a”rogue judge” (or worse) into his brief or maybe blurt some silliness out at oral argument.

    The fact that the country has elected a transparent con artist and soc i0path to be President (at least according to the backwoods/cessp00l enhancement scheme known as the Electoral College) is likely to embolden the worst attorneys to “push the envelope”. One of the maniac elect’s surrogates was out there recently proclaiming that “facts don’t matter anymore.” How awesome for the legal system!

    I wonder how long it will take for the slime to detectably rise up. Three months? I’m thinking some emboldened patent maximalist or one of his lackey’s will drop something about a”rogue judge” (or worse) into his brief or maybe blurt some silliness out at oral argument.

    Do you think this is too speculative? It’s not like it didn’t happen before. But that was under Barack Obama’s regime, which was totally oppressive. Remember?

    1. If you are curious as to why that was blocked, you really need to focus your comments only on substantive patent law matters to the exclusion of all else.

      Perhaps the good professor could help train you by setting up a special filter. I heard some local college students down at the coffee house are free this weekend….

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