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|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|Joseph Rossman Memorial Award||Patent and Trademark Office Society||N/A|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Antitrust Section, Trademark and Copyright Committee||Vice Chair||1990 - 1994|
|Antitrust Committee||chair||1984 - 1986|
|Federalist Society, Biotechnology Subcommittee||Member||N/A|
|American Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Unknown||Antitrust Limits on Licensing in Japan||2006|
|Unknown||Antitrust and Competition Law Limits on Licensing Practices in the European Union, Japan, and the United States||2004|
|Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society||The Law, History, and Policy of Prosecution History Estoppel in Patent Actions in the United States Supreme Court - Implications for Festo||2002|
|Federated Press||An Introduction to United States Antitrust and Other Legal Restraints on Exploitation of Patents and Other Intellectual Property Rights||2001|
|The Grain Processing, Rite-Hite and Aro Rules," 82 Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 503||Measuring Patent Damages by the Market Value of Inventions Given Available Noninfringing Substitute Technology||2000|
|Cumulative Supplement, John Wiley & Sons||Licensing Intellectual Property||1999|
|Unknown||Does Patent Law Make Sense? The Relationship between Patent Policies and Patent Statutes and Decisions||1999|
|John A. Wiley and Sons||Licensing Intellectual Property, Legal, Business and Market Dynamics||1996|
|4 University of Baltimore Intellectual Property Law Journal 121||Biotechnology and the Patent System: Patent Law and Procedures for Biotechnology, Health Care and Other Industries||1996|
|Intellectual Property/Antitrust||Department of Justice Antitrust Policy, Economic Growth, and Intellectual Property Licensing||1993|
|ABA Antitrust Law Section publication||Department of Justice Antitrust Policy, Economic Growth, and Intellectual Property Licensing||1993|
|4 Journal of Proprietary Rights 129Prentice Hall)||If Economic Welfare Is the Goal, Will Economic Analysis Redefine Patent Law?||1992|
|Reverse Engineering: Legal and Business Strategies, Prentice Hall||Comments on Reverse Engineering and Patents||1992|
|Technology Licensing||Some Thoughts on the Law and Economics of Licensing Biotechnology Patent and Related Property Rights in the United States,||1987|
|Unknown||Some Thoughts on the Law and Economics of Licensing Biotechnology Patent and Related Property Rights in the United States||1987|
|Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society||Some Thoughts on the Law and Economics of Licensing Biotechnology Patent and Related Property Rights in the United States||1987|
|Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society||A Lear v. Adkins Allegory||1986|
|Antitrust Law Developments (Second) (1983 ed.), American Bar Association||Antitrust Issues Involving Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks and Trade Secrets||1983|
|West Group publication||Patent Law: Legal and Economic Principles||N/A|
|Stanford Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1973|
|Northwestern University||Chemistry||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1973|
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