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Patent Ethics: Litigation by David Hricik is a unique guide to the ethical issues arising in the course of the patent litigation process. By providing relevant rules and case law, it allows practitioners to identify ethical problems before they arise and to address them most effectively when they do. This treatise and its companion volume (Patent Ethics: Prosecution, by David Hricik and Mercedes Meyer) are the first of its kind to combine rules and patent-specific cases with author commentary, which distills the author's experience and expertise into effective practice strategies.

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A unique and well-organized tool for confronting practical ethical issues and conflicts of interest that increasingly arise in patent litigation

This book is a unique treatise on patent litigation, covering multifaceted aspects of the law, including essential patent ethics rules and case law, as well as practice-oriented strategies and examples to assist practitioners

Written by respected practitioner and professor with many years of experience in patent litigation.

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"David Hricik is the authority that the intellectual property community relies on for answers to ethics issues in patent litigation. This book should be on the shelf of every patent litigator."--Nick Godici

"David Hricik is the nation's leading expert on patent ethics. This is an important book on an important topic." --Mark Lemley, William H. Neukom Professor of Law, Stanford Law School Director, Stanford Program in Law, Science and Technology Partner, Durie Tangri LLP

"David Hricik's latest book, Patent Ethics: Litigation, is a necessary reference for any law firm or company handling intellectual property work and for students pursuing this area of law...The book is small enough to take to court yet comprehensive enough to be an aid to the most complicated case...Should be an essential part of the patent litigator's repertoire." -- AALL Spectrum blog

"Hricik's expertise in ethics and patent litigation offers effective practice strategies for attorneys." -- The Florida Bar Journal

"...it is an important reference for patent litigators...the book is a significant and useful addition to the scant literature on patent litigation ethics. Not only is this book currently the best resource available on the topic, its thoroughness will make it essential to litigators for years to come." -- The IP Law Book Review

"...the book is a significant and useful addition to the scant literature on patent litigation ethics. Not only is this book currently the best resource available on the topic, its thoroughness will make it essential to litigators for years to come." --David L. Schwartz, Chicago-Kent College of Law

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Choice of Law in Federal Court Litigation and the Asserted Jurisdictional Reach of the OED

Chapter 3 Conflicts of Interest

Chapter 4 Fees and Expenses

Chapter 5 Required Pre-Pleading Investigations and Related Issues

Chapter 6 Ethical and Other Constraints on Pre-Suit Investigations and Pre-Suit Enforcement Efforts

Chapter 7 Competency, Diligence, Communication, and Confidentiality

Chapter 8 Expert Witnesses: Conflicts and Confidentiality

Chapter 9 Ethics During Litigation

Chapter 10 Ethical Issues When Counsel or Opposing Counsel Litigate a Patent Case While Either Prosecuting or Opining for Another Client

Chapter 11 Ethics in Negotiation and in Settlement Agreements

Chapter 12 Inter Partes Review