Introduction to Patent Law 2e
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Temin süremiz 56 - 63 iş günü
Yayıncı Aspen/Harcourt Professional Publishers ( 02 / 2006 ) ISBN 9780735556720 | İngilizce | 485 Sayfa | Türler Hukuk
When students need extra help with patent law, you can recommend this succinct, single-volume text with confidence. "Introduction to Patent Law, Second Edition", explores and explains the most recent cases and developments as it demystifies the basics of the field. Suitable for use with any patent casebook, this paperback text: clarifies the principal legal doctrines, key judicial authority, governing statutes, and guiding policy considerations in obtaining and enforcing a U.S. patent; addresses central aspects of international patent law as they affect U.S. practice in the final chapter; is written at an appropriate level for students with or without technical backgrounds; highlights patent law terms of art in boldface type and defines them in a glossary for quick reference; and includes helpful visual aids, as well as a sample patent. The Second Edition features enhanced coverage of: patent prosecution procedures; patent claim interpretation approaches; double patenting; anticipation; the patent/antitrust interface; and the pending Patent Reform Act of 2005. The updated text reflects recent significant case law developments, such as: Symbol Technologies on prosecution history laches; Phillips on patent claim interpretation; Festo III on prosecution history estoppel criteria; Knorr-Bremse on willful infringement; Merck KgaA on experimental use; Eolas on component exports; Honeywell on prosecution history estoppel; Novo Industries on correction of claim errors; National Steel Car on temporary presence defense; NTP on 'beneficial use' in the U.S.; Chiron on enablement of 'nascent' technology; University of Rochester on the written description requirement; Klopfenstein on 'printed publication' prior art; Schering on anticipation by inherency; Independent Ink on patent tying and market power; and Unitherm on Walker Process antitrust claims.