Juries in U.S. Patent Cases: A Comparative Portrait of the Boundaries of Democracy

December 28, 2018

“It is clear that juries will necessarily differ in ‘competence,’ but it is at best incongruous to suggest that a society that sends its citizens routinely into space could never produce a jury competent to determine a case some judge might consider too ‘complex’ for people with ‘common experience’ to decide.”

  • Author: M. Neil Browne, Nancy K. Kubasek, and Alex Q. Jacobs
  • Cite: M. Neil Brown et al., Juries in U.S. Patent Cases: A Comparative Portrait of the Boundaries of Democracy, 20 N.C. J.L. & Tech. 199 (2018), //ncjolt.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2018/12/KubasekFinal.pdf.
  • PDF: //ncjolt.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/4/2018/12/KubasekFinal.pdf
  • Volume: Volume 20, Issue 2