alexa QandA: Stanford's Mark Lemley on the changing landscape for intellectual property law

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Q&A: Stanford's Mark Lemley on the changing landscape for intellectual property law

If invention is the engine of the U.S. economy, driving the start of new companies—then intellectual property law is the fuel, helping to spur or impede the innovation that a well-designed patent system should produce. And at the center of it all is Mark Lemley. An expert on patent, trade-secret, antitrust, and constitutional law matters, he is one of the true thought leaders in the field of intellectual property, with the vantage point of multiple worlds. He is a practicing IP attorney and a founding partner of Durie Tangri LLP, one of the nation's top IP firms. He is also a legal scholar and teacher, inspiring the next generation of IP lawyers and publishing some of the most important papers on the subject.
 
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