I was saddened to hear this morning that George Washington University Law School Professor Dmitry Karshtedt has unexpectedly passed away. I don't know any further details.
Dmitry is someone I knew for the duration of his all-too-brief academic career. He was a terrific scholar, whose work on matters including remedies and nonobviousness I have learned from and cited. Occasionally he would pass along to me new district court decisions on patent damages, which I always appreciated. More than anything, though, he was a very nice person, a good guy, whom I always enjoyed talking with at conferences and other events. His death is a tremendous loss. I'll miss him.
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