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Patent lawyers are hard to please. The evidence: newly appointed federal judge Kimberly Moore. Despite her impeccable IP credentials, Moore received a lukewarm response when President George Bush first nominated her to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. (She officially replaced Judge Raymond Clevenger III on Sept. 8.)

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