On September 10, 2014, Stanford Law School welcomed U.S. Patent & Trademark Office Chief of Staff Andrew Byrnes to campus for a discussion on the intersection of technology, law and politics. Byrnes’s talk focused on the technology revolution, the role of intellectual property, related Administration policies, and how each of us can take a "seat at the table" and make an impact.
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