The Duty of Candor: Derived from Equity, Progressed to Common Law Fraud

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A presentation as a Guest Lecturer at the John Marshall Law School's LLM class Antitrust and Misuse Aspects of Intellectual Property (Prof. Daryl Lim) covered patent prosecution and particularly The Duty of Candor: Derived from Equity, Progressed to Common Law Fraud. The presentation covered the development of inequitable conduct and concluded by examining likely results in landmark cases if decided after Therasense v. Becton Dickinson.

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