Intellectual Property Law and Litigation
American Bar Association, 2003 - 241 lappuses
Provides an overview of intellictual property law, with a special emphasis on patent litigation.
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Patent and Copyright Misuse Tortious Interference Trade Libel and Other Interesting Stuff
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Notes and Records
Forget Everything You Think You Know About the Statute of Limitations
Patent Infringement Tortious Interference Unfair Competition Declaratory Judgmentand Dont Forget Venue
What Have You Learned?
Trademarks Service Marks and Unfair Competition
TrademarksUse Them or Lose Them
Trade Dress Infringement
Who Decides What
Do I Really Want to Try This Case to a Judge?
Patent Prosecutors as Witnesses
Doctrine of Equivalents
File Wrapper Estoppel
Anticipation and Obviousness
Prior Public Use
Continuations Divisions and ContinuationsinPart
How Continuation Practice Like Everything Else Can Be Confusing to a Judge
How Do We Determine a Reasonable Royalty in Litigation?
Courtesy Courtesy Courtesy
Other Things You Need to Know About Copyrights
Potential Pitfalls from Those Pesky Presumptions
Can the Late Sonny Bono Save Mickey Mouse?
What It Means to RepairReconstructionand
What Are the Biggest Evidentiary Loopholes in Intellectual
Checklist of Causes of Action
About the Author
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