Quarterly Journal 46-2
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The AIPLA Quarterly Journal, a publication of the American Intellectual Property Law Association, is housed at the George Washington University Law School and is edited and managed by an Editorial Board of intellectual property experts and a staff of law students under the direction of the Editor-in-Chief, Professor Joan Schaffner.
The Quarterly Journal is dedicated to presenting materials relating to intellectual property matters and is published four times per year. Editorial Board members (all of whom are lawyers) are selected based upon demonstrated interest and experience, and student staff members are selected from the students of the GWU Law School.
Eric D. Blatt, Lian Huang
Do Heightened Quality Incentives Improve the Quality of Patentability Decisions?: An Analysis of Trend Divergences During the Signatory Authority Review Program
Despite widespread consensus that the quality of patentability determinations must be improved, there has been no agreement as to how this objective should be pursued. A lack of understanding as to the effects of the United States Patent and Trademark Office’s (USPTO) production and quality incentive policies may have presented a barrier to such
Connor J. Hansen
Virtually Equivalent: Applying the Doctrine of Equivalents to Patented Inventions Depicted in Virtual Reality
Jessica E. Gopiao