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September 23, 2009



A depressing instance of the broken clock touting its own accuracy.

The even more depressing aspects of the anecdote is that instances can be found in which a majority of a Federal Circuit panel can be even more wrong than Randall Rader, and that they can be that wrong by being faithful to their own precedent.


When 20 out of 27 CHINESE judges think the Supreme Court's interpretation of our patent law is too lax, maybe J. Rader and the Justices have some soulsearching to do.

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