Washington, DC intellectual property and technology of counsel John Duffy is featured in a <em>New York Times </em>article for discovering a constitutional flaw in the appointment process of patent judges

Washington, DC intellectual property and technology of counsel John Duffy is featured in a New York Times article for discovering a constitutional flaw in the appointment process of patent judges

The May 6, 2008 The New York Times article, "In One Flaw, Questions on Validity of 46 Judges," features Washington, DC intellectual property and technology of counsel John Duffy, who recently discovered a constitutional flaw in the appointment process over the last eight years for judges who decide patent appeals and disputes, is featured.  The Patent and Trademark Office appointed 46 of the 74 judges on the patent court, the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences, under the process which John says is "almost certainly unconstitutional."

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