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Abstract

In re Zurko isolated one of the oldest U.S. agencies from mainstream administrative law because the Federal Circuit has chosen to review the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office more as it would a federal district court. The case is important, if only because the Supreme Court rarely treats the PTO as an agency. Also, regardless of whether the issue or the Federal Circuit itself is the primary target, the decision could have a major effect on the type of case most commonly encountered by that court.

Publication Date

2-8-1999

Journal Title

The National Law Journal

Document Type

Article

Rights

PDF created from the author's home page on the Pierce Law Center website. Includes the notice: "Copyright 2002 Franklin Pierce Law Center. All rights reserved."

Additional Information

This article was also made available as Paper 42 in the Pierce Law Faculty Scholarship Series by NELLCO (nellco.org).

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