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February 07, 2013

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Max Grant

Ray Chen is a great selection, regardless of his ethic heritage. He's served with distinction as the PTO Solicitor, cares deeply about innovation in the US and the impact of Federal Circuit law on it, and is well known the the IP/patent legal community. Nice guy too.

Timothy Morgan

Congratulations, particularly to Mr. Chen. My ex-father-in-law was, I believe, the first Asian American to serve on a federal appellate bench, which became the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Judge Kashiwa I suspect has a lasting reputation for terseness and incisiveness. (He had previously been Hawaii's first Attorney General.) Apparently he's been gone for longer than I might have guessed, but in a sense, Mr. Chen will nonetheless be in good company.

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