Chisum on Patents - LexisNexis Folio
Exceeds All The Criteria For A Valuable Patent Reference. Covers all aspects of patent law and related issues. Thorough coverage of the substantive law - principles, doctrines, rules, and cases - gives you the convenience of one-stop research, written by the leading expert on patent law.
Abstracts Of All Federal Circuit Decisions. Abstracts of all published decisions of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit are provided in a topically arranged outline along with a chronological case table.
Chisum on Patents is recognized as the authority on U.S. patent law, being frequently cited by courts in all jurisdictions, the Court of Appeals for the Federal Court, and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Chisum on Patents is written by Donald S. Chisum, who was Professor of Law at the University of Washington (1969 to 1996) and Santa Clara University (1997 to 2006). Chisum received his A.B. degree in 1966 and his law degree in 1968, both from Stanford University.
Analyzes the substantive law of patents in the U.S.: patentability, validity, infringement, application procedure, and perfecting rights to an invention.
• Examines all significant precedents, case law, statutes and international treaties, with discussions of individual cases
• Discusses the effect of GATT on U.S. patent practice
• Includes the text of patent statutes, PTO rules, CAFC rules, legislative history, table of cases, bibliography, and index
• The Federal Circuit Guide contains a topically arranged outline providing abstracts of all published decisions of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Patent Cases are also available with this product.
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