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John Duffy is the Samuel H. McCoy II Professor of Law at University of Virginia School of Law.

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06.13.17 Opinion analysis: The Supreme Court reverses another Federal Circuit patent case
04.28.17 Argument analysis: The Supreme Court struggles with the ACA’s patent provisions
04.24.17 Argument preview: The ACA returns to the Supreme Court (this time disguised as a hugely complex patent case)
02.23.17 Opinion analysis: A “substantial portion of the components” means “more than one component”
12.07.16 Argument analysis: The word “substantial” may mean “a whole lot”
11.29.16 Argument preview: Is there a substantial chance the justices will affirm the Federal Circuit’s reading of “substantial”?
03.06.16 Tribute: Justice Scalia’s hapless law clerk
06.20.14 Opinion analysis: The uncertain expansion of judge-made exceptions to patentability
06.13.14 Opinion analysis: The triumph of the Lanham Act (and of federal private rights of action)
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