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Understanding Patent Law

Amy L. Landers, Professor of Law, Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Format
Book
Published
Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, LLC, [2018]
Edition
Third edition
Language
English
Series
Understanding Series
Understanding Series (New York, N.Y.)
ISBN
9781531000684, 1531000681
Contents
  • Introduction to the patent system
  • The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office and the application process
  • Post-grant administrative proceedings
  • Claims
  • Patent types
  • Adjudication of patent disputes
  • Overview : The disclosure requirements of sec. 112
  • Enablement
  • Written description
  • Definiteness
  • Best mode
  • Overview of sec. 102
  • Public knowledge and use as prior art
  • Patents, printed publications and information "Otherwise available to the public"
  • Prior sales and offers for sale
  • Abandonment and the pre-AIA sec. 102(c)
  • Prior patents
  • Earlier-filed patents and applications: The pre-AIA sec. 102(e)
  • 35 U.S.C. sec. 102(f) derivation and inventorship
  • Section 102(g) : the first to invent system
  • Nonobviousness
  • Utility
  • Statutory subject matter
  • Claim construction : procedural considerations
  • The substantive interpretation of patent claims
  • An introduction to patent infringement
  • Direct infringement
  • Prior use rights
  • Infringement under the doctrine of equivalents
  • Restrictions on the doctrine of equivalents
  • Infringement of mean plus function claim terms
  • Experimental use
  • Contributory infringement
  • Active inducement
  • Extraterritorial activity and patent infringement
  • Inequitable conduct and the duty to disclose
  • Patent misuse
  • Patents and antitrust law
  • Exhaustion and the first sale doctrine
  • Prosecution laches
  • Remedies for patent infringement
  • International treaties and the globalization of patents.
Description
xxi, 563 pages ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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