Professor Kimberly Moore has done the trial judges of the United States district courts a disservice.

Testifying before the House subcommittee on courts, the Internet and intellectual property, on Oct. 6, 2005, Moore argued for the appointment of specialized trial judges to preside over patent cases in each of this nation’s 94 federal district courts. Moore points to the rate at which the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit overturns district courts’ constructions of patent claim terms as proof that trial judges do not fully comprehend the nuances of patents or patent law.

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