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Professor Morris Made Presentation at Third Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference in Seoul
Professor Emily Michiko Morris made a presentation at the Third Asia-Pacific Innovation Conference, which was held at Seoul National University, Korea. She talked about a work in process titled “Optimal Uncertainty in Patent Claim Construction,” in which she examines the effects of uncertain patent scope on incentives, competition, and litigation in patent-dependent industries. Her presentation was October 14, 2012.
Professor Morris is an Associate Professor of Law and a Dean’s Fellow. Before joining the Indiana University faculty, she served as a Humphrey Fellow in Law and Economic Policy at the John M. Olin Center for Law and Economics at the University of Michigan Law School. Professor Morris's current work focuses on economic analysis of various patent law issues, including patent claiming and the effects of patent law on various industries.