Patent Law Handbook
Helps attorneys discern what the courts may find, while providing immediate access to current law. Also alerts attorneys to new developments in the law and how they may impact an individual practice. Easy access to information on validity; inequitable conduct; defenses and counterclaims; infringement; willful infringement; remedies; appeal; pretrial and trial issues; Patent Office proceedings; licensing; patent proceedings in other forms, including ITC proceedings and claims court. Also analyzes Federal Circuit’s approach to statutory subject matter as it relates to computer software, its decision clarifying the role of judges and juries in interpreting claims, and its holdings in other opinions.
Lawrence M. Sung and Jeff E. Schwartz. Patent Law Handbook, 2009-2010 ed. Eagan, MN, Thomson/West, 2009.