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Data on Federal Circuit Decisions – updated

By Jason Rantanen One of my current projects is to create a transparent and user-friendly database of information about Federal Circuit decisions–particularly, its patent law decisions–with a structure that’s useful for empirical researchers and other folks who write about the court. If folks are going to throw around numbers about the court, my hope is […]
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