Volume 5, 2011
This volume includes remembrances of the late Judge Daniel Friedman; edited transcripts of two recent lectures in the Society’s ongoing series, one on the Air Traffic Controller’s Strike in 1981 which led to litigation in the Federal Circuit, and the second on the Confederate Patent Office during the Civil War; personal reflections on the United States Court of International Trade from 1980 to date by Judge Leo M. Gordon; a biography of William Thornton, the first Commissioner of Patents and architect of the Capitol Building; and 1891 address by the Commissioner of Patents on the centennial celebration of the patent system.
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