This monumental reference deals with both the high-profile cases and the uncelebrated decisions that tend to slip under the radar and fits them into an analytical framework that reveals their true significance. Patents and the Federal Circuit addresses ever-changing issues and developments in substantive patent law, infringement litigation, and procedure. The authors distill the opinions issued by the primary source of governing law on patents, providing convenient, one-source access to controlling case law. The Twelfth Edition includes discussion of the following: The Federal Circuit s treatment post-Alice of patent eligibility under 35 U.S.C. §101. The Federal Circuit s treatment post-Myriad of patent claims involving naturally occurring products. Obviousness-type double patenting issues triggered by changes made to the term for U.S. patents, as discussed in Gilead Sciences v. Natco. The Federal Circuit s treatment of definiteness post-Nautilus. Post-grant review proceedings under the America Invents Act, including discussion of decisions in early post-grant review appeals. Recent decisions on the entire market value rule of damages, including Ericsson and VirnetX. The effect of RAND obligations on a reasonable royalty analysis as addressed in Ericsson. Inequitable conduct decisions in the wake of Therasense. The latest developments on motions to transfer venue for convenience. The effect of prosecution history estoppel on design patents. Claim construction in view of the Federal Circuit s decision in Teva v. Sandoz.
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Book Description Bna Books, 2015. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. twelfth edition edition. 1942 pages. 10.00x7.00x2.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 161746659X