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Improper Claiming of Small Entity Status Can Cost You Your Patent
September 2006 - Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter
By: N. Scott Pierce
Illinois Court Holds Patents Invalid Pursuant to A Finding of Inequitable Conduct Based on Improper Claim to Small Entity Status   United States patent law permits individuals...
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Claiming Small Entity Status Can Present Big Risks
July 2006 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: N. Scott Pierce
Improperly Claiming Small Entity Status Can Lead to Loss of Patent Nilssen v. Osram Sylvania, Northern District of Illinois United States patent law offers a financial break to...
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It's Never Too Late To Arbitrate a Patent Case
July 2006 - New England In-House
By: Susan G. L. Glovsky
The following is an excerpt from the article: Effective in-house counsel draw upon all dispute resolution mechanisms available to achieve optimal results for their companies....
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Cross-Examination is Good Theater... But Direct Exams Win Trials
March 2006 - Lawyers Weekly
By: Brian T. Moriarty
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In Re: Dane K. Fisher: An Exercise in Utility
2005 - Journal of High Technology Law
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: Article I, Section 8, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution provides for exclusive rights to inventors in order to “promote...
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University of Rochester v. G.D. Searle & Co.: Writing on the Wall
2005 - The John Marshal Review of Intellectual Property Law
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: In patent law, the first paragraph of 35 U.S.C. § 112 is currently interpreted to include a written description requirement...
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SmithKline Beecham Corp. v. Apotex: Experimental Use as Applied to Claim Scope
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: Claims now must explicitly or inherently include a feature or intended use that is the subject of experimentation in order to negate...
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Peer-to-Peer Technology: Analysis of Contributory Infringement and Fair Use - IDEA
By: Giovanna H. Fessenden
The following is an excerpt of this article, which first appeared in IDEA - The Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 42, 3 (2002). The film and music industries (“the...
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Improper Claiming of Small Entity Status Can Cost You Your Patent
September 2006 - Boston Patent Law Association Newsletter
By: N. Scott Pierce
Illinois Court Holds Patents Invalid Pursuant to A Finding of Inequitable Conduct Based on Improper Claim to Small Entity Status   United States patent law permits individuals...
More »
 
Claiming Small Entity Status Can Present Big Risks
July 2006 - Hamilton Brook Smith Reynolds Alert
By: N. Scott Pierce
Improperly Claiming Small Entity Status Can Lead to Loss of Patent Nilssen v. Osram Sylvania, Northern District of Illinois United States patent law offers a financial break to...
More »
 
It's Never Too Late To Arbitrate a Patent Case
July 2006 - New England In-House
By: Susan G. L. Glovsky
The following is an excerpt from the article: Effective in-house counsel draw upon all dispute resolution mechanisms available to achieve optimal results for their companies....
More »
 
Cross-Examination is Good Theater... But Direct Exams Win Trials
March 2006 - Lawyers Weekly
By: Brian T. Moriarty
View
 
In Re: Dane K. Fisher: An Exercise in Utility
2005 - Journal of High Technology Law
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: Article I, Section 8, Clause 8 of the United States Constitution provides for exclusive rights to inventors in order to “promote...
More »
 
University of Rochester v. G.D. Searle & Co.: Writing on the Wall
2005 - The John Marshal Review of Intellectual Property Law
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: In patent law, the first paragraph of 35 U.S.C. § 112 is currently interpreted to include a written description requirement...
More »
 
SmithKline Beecham Corp. v. Apotex: Experimental Use as Applied to Claim Scope
By: N. Scott Pierce
The following is the abstract from the article: Claims now must explicitly or inherently include a feature or intended use that is the subject of experimentation in order to negate...
More »
 
Peer-to-Peer Technology: Analysis of Contributory Infringement and Fair Use - IDEA
By: Giovanna H. Fessenden
The following is an excerpt of this article, which first appeared in IDEA - The Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 42, 3 (2002). The film and music industries (“the...
More »
 

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