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Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property Scholars Join Amicus Brief: Return Mail v. United States Postal Service

Center for the Protection of Intellectual Property (CPIP) Executive Director Adam Mossoff and CPIP Senior Scholar Kristen Osenga joined an amicus brief, written on behalf of seven law professors by Adam MacLeod, a CPIP Thomas Edison Innovation Fellow for 2017 and 2018, and a member of CPIP’s growing community of scholars.

The brief, which was filed in Return Mail v. United States Postal Service, asks the Supreme Court to reverse the Federal Circuit’s determination that the federal government can challenge the validity of an issued patent in a covered business method review before the Patent Trial and Appeal Board.

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