Wendy K. Akbar

Patently Litigating:  Examining the Role of Women in Patent Litigation and Other Intellectual Property Areas

“It is a truth universally acknowledged, that an inventor in possession of a good patent must be in want of a litigator.”  So begins Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice . . . though my mind is admittedly a bit addled by eight years of pharmaceutical drugs.  Pharmaceutical drug patents, that is.  Not to mention patents on semiconductor inventions, medical devices, multimedia technology, golf clubs, and so forth.  Yes -- there really are patents on golf clubs.  Through over thirty depositions, bench trials, jury trials, and arbitrations in the area of patent litigation,  I've lugged my leather bag all over the…

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