Christopher Egolf, Law School class of ’75, passed away in 2016. Armed with his law degree and a background in chemical engineering (B.S. and M.S. from MIT), he had a very successful career as a patent attorney. He also was an avid collector of anything dealing with...
On April 10, 1790, George Washington signed “An Act to Promote the Useful Arts,” ch. 7, 1 Stat. 109 (1790), establishing a patent system for the young United States. The law was the first of its kind to specifically permit the sale of patent rights. Art....
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