The Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property is a student-run publication at IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law.
The Journal’s mission is to present both in-depth analyses of fundamental issues affecting intellectual property rights, and timely, succinct analysis of current intellectual property issues.
For more information, see the Journal's website.
Current Issue: Volume 17, Issue 3 (2018) PTAB Bar Association
Uncertainty About Real Parties in Interest and Privity in AIA Trials
Evan Day, Kevin Patariu, and Bing Ai
Precedential Decisions at the PTAB: An Endangered Species?
Robert M. Yeh PH.D
Without Clear Rules, PTAB Practices May Run Afoul of the APA
Arpita Bhattacharyya and Rachel L. Emsley
PTAB Precedential Decision: Putting the Hammer Down on Filing Serial Petitions?
Ashley N. Klein and Warren J. Thomas
Are There Really Two Sides of the Claim Construction Coin? The Application of the Broadest Reasonable Interpretation at the PTAB
Paula Miller, Marianne Terrot, Stacy Lewis, and Tom Irving
To Stay or Not to Stay Pending IPR? That Should be a Simpler Question
Joel Sayres and Julie Wahlstrand
Savvy Shaw-Ping: A Strategic Approach to AIA Estoppel
Steven J. Schwarz, Tamatane J. Aga, Kristin M. Adams, and Katherine C. Dearing
Master of the Petition: Exploring the Tension Between the PTAB and Petitioners in Controlling the Scope of AIA Trials
Raja N. Saliba and Grant Shackelford
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