Brett and I are delighted to note that Joe Miller, who teaches intellectual property law at Lewis & Clark Law School, is joining us as a regular member of the blog. Joe is coming off a recent stint as a guest blogger at Conglomerate.
Joe’s primary academic interest is patent law, and he’s written broadly about patent system reform. His most recent piece is The Proven Key: Roles & Rules for Dictionaries in the Patent Office & the Courts, 54 American University Law Review 829 (2005) [with James A. Hilsenteger], which includes an extremely timely discussion of the Federal Circuit’s recent en banc decision in Phillips v. AWH Corp.
The law school bio for Joe Miller: http://www.lclark.edu/dept/lawadmss/miller_j.html