In this edition of the IP Colloquium, the Honorable Randall R. Rader, Chief Judge of the Federal Circuit, joins us to discuss a wide range of legal and policy issues related to the nation's patent system.
The conversation is a frank and open discussion, with exchanges about (among other things) the need for Federal Circuit judges to experience district court proceedings in order to meaningfully evaluate them, and the possibility that independent creation is in fact evidence of patent obviousness. UCLA Law Professor Doug Lichtman hosts.
The show lasts one hour; it can be streamed or downloaded from the page linked below; and, if you are a lawyer, you might be able to earn free CLE credit just for listening. Visit the Intellectual Property Colloquium for more details.
Program: A Conversation with Chief Judge Randall Rader