Intellectual Property partner John Lu and Litigation and Arbitration associate Mollie Galchus authored “Thryv: opposing policies in the Supreme Court,” published in World Intellectual Property Review. Mr. Lu and Ms. Galchus discuss how the recent US Supreme Court decision in Thryv v Click-to-Call Technologies highlights a division among the Justices regarding opposing policy concerns on patents.

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Originally published 21 May, 2020

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