This will be a 1-day small workshop (organized by Michael Frakes - Duke University and Melissa Wasserman - University of Texas) with 6 presenters of empirical working papers about patent law and policy, with each presentation having an assigned discussant. Sponsored by Duke Law's Center for Innovation Policy. For further information, please contact Bonnie Millis at email@example.com.
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