Bradley C. Wright authors a new 2009 supplement to Drafting Patents for Litigation and Licensing

January 19, 2010
Drafting Patents for Litigation and Licensing is the first book to help patent practitioners draft the broadest and strongest possible patent that can sustain a validity challenge by synthesizing and applying lessons from the case law.
The 2009 Supplement has been extensively updated, and covers the most current topics in the patent world, including “Functional” claiming — the dichotomy between how courts treat this issue and how the USPTO treats it; the use of coined terminology in patent claims and how it can be a trap for the unwary; obviousness issues in mechanical patent applications after KSR; Inter partes reexamination strategy after Cooper Technologies v. Dudas; patents relating to stem cells in the European Patent Office; and claim interpretation of patents obtained through the EPO.

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Posted: January 19, 2010