Patent Case Management Judicial Guide
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(1) Comprehensive patent law content in single volume covers early case management, preliminary injunctions, discovery, claim construction, pretrial case management, trial and post-trial procedures. Therefore, the content for practicing in highly-technical and expanding area of law is at your fingertips.
(2) Glossaries include local patent rules and model patent jury instructions. These are current with model patent jury instructions prepared by National Jury Instruction Project (June 2009).
(3) Margin Index on back cover to easily locate relevant content
Although similar in many respects to other forms of complex civil litigation, patent cases pose distinctive case-management challenges. As the number, size, and complexity of patent cases have grown throughout the United States over the past several decades -- paralleling expansion in the role of high technology enterprises in the U.S. economy -- the need for a comprehensive, user-friendly, and practical judicial guide for managing patent cases has become increasingly apparent.
Recognizing this, the authors surveyed the range of approaches and perspectives on patent case management, fostered discussion and analysis of patent case management techniques, and developed this authoritative guide for judges, law clerks, practitioners, and patent and civil procedure professors and scholars.
The Patent Case Management Judicial Guide is a collaborative effort between the Federal Judicial Center and the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology of the University of California - Berkeley School of Law.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 General Principles
Chapter 2 Early Case Management
Chapter 3 Preliminary Injunction
Chapter 4 Discovery
Chapter 5 Claim Construction
Chapter 6 Summary Judgment
Chapter 7 Pretrial Case Management
Chapter 8 Trial
Chapter 9 Post-Trial
Chapter 10 ANDA Cases: Patent Infringement Actions Involving FDA-Approved Drugs Under the Hatch-Waxman Act
Chapter 11 Patent Law Primer
App. A Glossary
App. B Acronyms
App. C Patent Resources
App. D Patent Local Rules and Standing Orders
App. E Model Patent Jury Instructions
Table of Cases