Mossoff Takes Part in Patent Roundtable

Professor Adam Mossoff was a participant in a patent roundtable held at George Washington University Law School on March 20.

The event was entitled "Patents in an Age of Software" and was jointly sponsored by George Washington Law and the University of Virginia School of Law.

The half-day program featured roundtable discussions among industry leaders, including academics, government officials, corporate representatives and members of the bar. These individuals discussed patents in an age of software, specifically problems, protection, and solutions.  The roundtable had as its co-hosts George Washington's John Whealan, the University of Virginia's John Duffy and the former Commissioner of Patents, Robert Stoll.

In addition to Mossoff and those mentioned above, participants included The Honorable Theodore R. Essex, Administrative Law Judge, U.S. International Trade Commission; Q. Todd Dickinson, AIPLA; James Gatto, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP; Drew Hirschfeld, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; David Jones, Microsoft; Nathan Kelley, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; Gregory H. Lantier, WilmerHale; Roger Martin, Qualcomm, Inc.; Suzanne Michel, Google; Timothy A. Molino, BSA; Brian Raymond, National Association of Manufacturers; John Squires, Perkins Coie.