Attorney Kyle Kroll published an article in April 2018 in the Minnesota Law Review Headnotes. The article, “Prosecuting Inequitable Conduct,” overviews recent legal developments relating to fraud on the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office and compares the standards for proving that kind of fraud with standards for proving the commission of a federal crime. The article concludes by considering the pros and cons of prosecuting fraud on the patent office as a crime, a rare occurrence in the over 200 years since Congress first enacted the Patent Act.