Harmon On Patents: Black Letter Law & Commentary
Intellectual property law in general and patent law in particular is beyond question the hottest legal field now and for the foreseeable future. Because of major changes to existing patent law,it is harder to get patents,enforce patents,and file for patents.Practitioners need expert resources now more than ever. Written by the renowned author of Patents and the Federal Circuit, Harmon on Patents:B...
Hardcover: 1060 pages
Publisher: BNA Books (December 19, 2007)
Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 2 x 10 inches
Amazon Rank: 2563809
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ack-Letter Law and Commentary restates contemporary substantive patent law in a series of black letter rules,with extensive commentary that thoroughly answers any patent law question.This one-of-a-kind treatise combines expert analysis on modern substantive patent law with an historical background, giving perspective to the evolution of today s patent law. Harmon on Patents:Black-Letter Law and Commentary covers virtually every patent law issue,including:Whether the Supreme Court s 2007 KSR decision signals a tougher standard of patentability in effect, a return to the bad old days where subjective subtests of obviousness such as synergism and flash of genius were the standard Whether the Supreme Court s 2006 decision in eBay v. MercExchange foreshadows a decreased likelihood of injunctive relief in patent infringement cases.Whether the Federal Circuit s 2007 en banc Seagate decision, which vitiated the affirmative duty of due care on the part of potential infringers,substantially decreases the likelihood of a finding of willful infringement The impact of the Supreme Court s 2007 decision in Microsoft v. AT&T on the role that foreign activities play in determining patent infringement The treatise s concise,carefully subdivided chapters add an extraordinary value and utility to the book. A neophyte can read through an entire chapter and come away with a good understanding of a broad issue,while the skilled user with a very specific question can go to a pinpointed lettered topic head or a numbered black-letter point,to get a quick answer.Harmon on Patents: Black-Letter Law and Commentary is a remarkable book that captures both the letter of and the spirit of patent law with a passion that can only come from an authority who has dedicated his career to understanding and articulating it.