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US academics: vacating precedents should not be used as ‘bargaining chips’

17-03-2016

US academics: vacating precedents should not be used as ‘bargaining chips’

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More than 40 US academics have written to the US Department of Justice expressing their concern that the possibility of vacating legal precedents could be improperly used by parties.


US Department of Justice; University of Alabama; Trademark Trial and Appeal Board; US District Court for the Northern District of Alabama; USPTO; TTAB;

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