Welcome to the Federal Circuit Bar Journal


The Federal Circuit Bar Journal (“FCBJ”) is the official journal of the Federal Circuit Bar Association and is a quarterly publication providing meaningful, insightful and timely coverage of issues within the purview of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. To learn more about the Journal, visit our About the Journal page.



Our Current Issue: December 2016
 The Federal Circuit Should Be More Tolerant of Intra-Circuit Splits
Daniel Kazhdan
‘Indisputable’ and ‘Particular’: Why the VA’s Denial of a New Evidentiary Standard for MST-Related PTSD is Arbitrary and Capricious
Edward Ward
 The Power to Act: An Analysis of the Potential Implications of Starr Industries v. United States and how the Federal Reserve’s Emergency Powers are Threatened
John De Vito
TTAB Appeals: Amending the Lanham Act to Keep District Court Judges in Check
Kristin Elia
 Non-Obviousness in Combination Patents After KSR
Sung Hoon Lee