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Patent Obviousness In The Wake Of Ksr International Co V Teleflex Inc

Author : Paul M. Rivard
ISBN : 1604429917
Genre : Law
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The U.S. Supreme Court's 2007 KSR International Co. v. Teleflex Inc. brought about a significant change in patent law, specifically in the area of determining whether or not inventions are non-obvious, thus patentable. This book presents a timely review of how this issue, has been analyzed, applied, and considered by the International Trade Commission and the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, the district courts of the various regional circuits, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Patent Litigation

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Expert Witnesses

Author : Michael G. Atkins
ISBN : STANFORD:36105064149722
Genre : Evidence, Expert
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Genetic Engineering Biotechnology News

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Verdictsearch Top 100

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105134433049
Genre : Damages
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Genre : Intellectual property
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The New Private Ordering Of Intellectual Property

Author : University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Law
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Why Leaders Lie

Author : John J. Mearsheimer
ISBN : 9780199792320
Genre : Political Science
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For more than two decades, John J. Mearsheimer has been regarded as one of the foremost realist thinkers on foreign policy. Clear and incisive, a fearlessly honest analyst, his coauthored 2007 New York Times bestseller, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, aroused a firestorm with its unflinching look at the making of America's Middle East policy. Now he takes a look at another controversial but understudied aspect of international relations: lying. In Why Leaders Lie, Mearsheimer provides the first systematic analysis of lying as a tool of statecraft, identifying the varieties, the reasons, and the potential costs and benefits. Drawing on a trove of examples, he argues that leaders often lie for good strategic reasons, so a blanket condemnation is unrealistic and unwise. Yet there are other kinds of deception besides lying, including concealment and spinning. Perhaps no distinction is more important than that between lying to another state and lying to one's own people. Mearsheimer was amazed to discover how unusual interstate lying has been; given the atmosphere of distrust among the great powers, he found that outright deceit is difficult to pull off and thus rarely worth the effort. Plus it sometimes backfires when it does occur. Khrushchev lied about the size of the Soviet missile force, sparking an American build-up. Eisenhower got caught lying about U-2 spy flights in 1960, which scuttled an upcoming summit with Krushchev. Leaders more often mislead their own publics, sometimes with damaging consequences. Though the reasons may be noble--Franklin Roosevelt, for example, lied to the American people about German U-boats attacking the destroyer Greer in 1940, to build a case for war against Hitler-they can easily lead to disaster, as with the Bush administration's falsehoods about Iraq's weapons of mass destruction. There has never been a sharp analysis of international lying. Now a leading expert fills the gap with a richly informed and powerfully argued book.

The Patent Crisis And How The Courts Can Solve It

Author : Dan L. Burk
ISBN : 9780226080635
Genre : Political Science
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Patent law is crucial to encourage technological innovation. But as the patent system currently stands, diverse industries from pharmaceuticals to software to semiconductors are all governed by the same rules even though they innovate very differently. The result is a crisis in the patent system, where patents calibrated to the needs of prescription drugs wreak havoc on information technologies and vice versa. According to Dan L. Burk and Mark A. Lemley in The Patent Crisis and How the Courts Can Solve It, courts should use the tools the patent system already gives them to treat patents in different industries differently. Industry tailoring is the only way to provide an appropriate level of incentive for each industry. Burk and Lemley illustrate the barriers to innovation created by the catch-all standards in the current system. Legal tools already present in the patent statute, they contend, offer a solution—courts can tailor patent law, through interpretations and applications, to suit the needs of various types of businesses. The Patent Crisis and How the Courts Can Solve It will be essential reading for those seeking to understand the nexus of economics, business, and law in the twenty-first century.

Patent Preparation Prosecution Practice

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