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Patent Law Institute 2010 (4th Annual)
John M. White, Douglas R. Nemec, Scott M. Alter
Intellectual Property, Litigation
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Recent Cases in Patent Law
Chapter 2. 2009 Federal Circuit Review
Chapter 3. Bilski, et. al. v. Kappos, Writ of Certiorari, Brief of Accenture and Pitney Bowes Inc. As Amici Curiae in Support of Petitioners, Supreme Court of the United States, No. 08-964
Chapter 4. The Bilski Effect: Recent and Potential Sea Changes for Statutory Subject Matter
Chapter 5. PTO Doings I: Uspto Rules and Regulations That Are/Are Not Changing for 2010
Chapter 6. Patent Reexamination: Trends for the 2010s
Chapter 7. PTO Doings II: USPTO Rules and Regulations That Are/Are Not Changing for 2010
Chapter 8. Mediation in Patent Cases—One Judge’s Perspective
Chapter 9. ADR Skills: Designing a Fair, Efficient, and Cost- Effective Arbitration
Chapter 10. The State of Patent Exhaustion After Quanta
Chapter 11. Patent Reform: The Debate Continues Into 2010
Chapter 12. Recent Developments in Patent Law Worldwide
Chapter 13. Section 112 in Flux—Additional Critical Strategic Issues for Preparing and Prosecuting Patents
Chapter 14. Section 112 in Flux: Critical Strategic Issues for Preparing and Litigating Patents
Chapter 15. All Things Chemical and Biotechnical at the PTO
Chapter 16. Prerequisites to Federal Circuit Review of Judgments
Chapter 17. Willful Infringement and Waiver of Privilege After Seagate
Chapter 18. Selecting Forum and Venue for Your Patent Litigation
Chapter 19. Survey of Recent Cases Affecting Patent Licensing
Chapter 20. Prosecution Ethics
Chapter 21. Ethical Obligations of Patent Practitioners: Do You Know the Rules?
Chapter 22. Ethical Issues in Patent Discovery
Chapter 23. Ethical Issues in Discovery
Chapter 24. Inequitable Conduct: A Doctrine in a Constant State of Flux—A View of the Landscape in 2009
Chapter 25. Inequitable Conduct: A Flawed Doctrine Worth Saving
Chapter 26. Beware the Inequitable Conduct Charge! (Why Practitioners Submit What They Submit)
Chapter 27. What’s Keeping Corporate Counsel Awake at Night?
Chapter 28. Patent Issues on the Minds of In-House Counsel
Chapter 29. Patent Issues on the Minds of Corporate Counsel
Chapter 30. What Keeps In-House Counsel Up at Night?
Chapter 31. Patent Local Rules—A Summary and Comparison
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