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UB Hosts U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

UB School of Law Becomes A Federal Courtroom Feb. 4

On Feb. 4, the University of Baltimore School of Law becomes a federal courtroom. Don’t miss the chance to sit front and center. Doors open at 9:15 a.m. and Dean Ronald Weich will give an introduction at 9:45 a.m. Cases will be heard 10 a.m.-noon.

The court will hear the following cases:

Costantine v. C.F.M. Distributing Co.
The court will examine whether the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office properly denied registration to a proposed trademark.
    Case Briefs:
    Appellant's Opening Brief
    Appellee's Opening Brief
    Appellant's Reply Brief
    Joint Appendix

Fedmet Resources Corp. v. U.S.
The court will examine whether the U.S. Department of Commerce properly imposed antidumping duties on Fedmet’s products.
    Case Briefs:
    Appellant's Opening Brief
    Appellee's (U.S.) Opening Brief
    Appellee's (ANH Refractories Co.) Opening Brief
    Appellee's (Resco Products) Opening Brief
    Appellant's Reply Brief
    Joint Appendix

Pacific Scientific Energetic v. Ensign-Bickford Aerospace

The court will examine patent law issues.
    Case Briefs:
    Appellant's Opening Brief
    Appellee's Opening Brief
    Appellant's Reply Brief
    Joint Appendix

PATO Stone Lion Capital Partners v. Lion Capital
The court will examine whether the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office properly denied registration to a proposed trademark.
    Case Briefs:
    Appellant's Opening Brief
    Appellee's Opening Brief
    Appellant's Reply Brief
    Joint Appendix Part 1 (Available via Issuu due to document size.)
    Joint Appendix Part 2 (Available via Issuu due to document size.)

During this event, the Moot Courtroom will serve as a federal courtroom and all relevant rules will apply. Courtroom decorum guidelines can be found at www.cafc.uscourts.gov.