Ronald Mann Contributor

Ronald Mann is a professor of law at Columbia, where he teaches courses in commercial finance and electronic commerce. He graduated from the University of Texas in 1985, and after clerking on the Ninth Circuit (Judge Sneed) and the Supreme Court (Justice Powell), he worked in the Solicitor General’s office under Kenneth Starr and Drew Days. He has written extensively about credit cards and other electronic payments systems, the role of patents in financing innovation, and related topics. He will cover the Court’s cases in the areas of banking and intellectual property.

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04.29.14 Argument recap: Justices seem to coalesce around “skilled artisan” standard for definiteness of patents
04.29.14 Opinion recap: Justices want Federal Circuit out of loop on fee disputes in patent cases
04.28.14 Argument preview: Ending the Term not with a bang, but a whimper
04.22.14 Argument analysis: Justices skeptical of Coke’s right to “cheat consumers”
04.17.14 Argument preview: Justices to wade into morass about “indefinite” claims in patents
04.15.14 Argument preview: Justices to consider “truth-in-labeling” fruit juices
04.03.14 Argument analysis: Justices seeking path between Scylla and Charybdis for financial services patent
04.03.14 Opinion analysis: Justices hold “good faith and fair dealing” claim about frequent-flyer program preempted
04.03.14 Argument analysis: Justices on the edge about protections for inherited retirement funds in bankrupt
03.28.14 Opinion analysis: Scalia treatise on standing law gives Sixth Circuit first affirmance of the year
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