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Horwitz on Patent Litigation discusses all stages of patent litigation; contains sample jury instructions; issues checklist and litigation forms. It also offers tactical strategies for infringement suits and provides convenient checklists of black letter law for many issues arising in litigation, including claim construction, infringement, validity, doctrine of equivalents and prosecution history estoppel. Also included are the complete local patent rules for all districts with rules, and a comparison of the district rules for strategic planning. This product stays current with developments resulting from the Leahy-Smith American Invents Act. In particular, the interplay of litigation and new post-grant proceedings is discussed from both the technical and tactical perspective.

First published 1971 as Patent Litigation: Procedure & Tactics. The eBook version of this title features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

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The Patent Law Digest began in 1991 and appeared annually as a single volume in paper-bound form until 2008. In 2008, a three volume hardbound edition appeared as the 25th Federal Circuit Anniversary Edition.

The Patent Law Digest, 2014 Edition contains concise summaries of precedential patent related decisions of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the United States Supreme Court from 2008 through 2013. This 2014 Edition is useful not only as a stand alone resource, but also as a supplement to the 25th Anniversary Edition which includes cases from 1982-2007.

The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Comprehensive coverage of the law and practice of patent licensing, including:

•  Royalty bases and rates
•  Domestic and foreign patent licensing
•  Assignments
•  Territorial limitations and duration
•  Termination of agreements
•  Antitrust
•  U.S. taxation of domestic and foreign patent transactions
•  Government and university licensing
•  Over 300 pages of forms

(Also published as Vols. 14 and 14A of Business Organizations.)

First published in 1968.

Three volumes; updated with revisions.

Also available on LexisNexis CD- Intellectual Property Law Library.

•  Explains the complete patent process, from filing to grant, for all industrialized nations
•  Covers all post-acceptance events
•  Discusses patent terms, renewal fees, infringement and licensing for all nations and regional patent systems
•  Details principal patent conventions
•  Covers new legislation as enacted

First published in 1969.

This product includes the official text to the Regulations Under the Patent Cooperation Treaty as in force from July 1, 2014. The Guidelines for Examination in the European Patent Office in this product are current though November 2014. In addition to international amendments, the United States texts have also been revised as a result of the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, passed by Congress and signed into law by President Barack Obama on September 16, 2011.

3 volumes.

The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

This important product continues to cover changes resulting from the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, passed by Congress and signed into law by President Barack Obama on September 16, 2011. Significant sections within this 2015 Edition are current through:

•  United States Code: Public Law (P.L.) 113-185, October 6, 2014
•  Code of Federal Regulations -- Federal Register Vol. 79, Number 196 -- October 9, 2014

The source for all key federal copyright, patent, and trademark statutes and regulations used on a daily basis. This handy, portable reference contains an index that ensures easy accessibility to materials. The current edition is more comprehensive than any single volume competitive work, and features selected texts of the United States Code, Titles 17 and 35 and the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 37. Also included are the full texts of the following statutes:

•  Leahy-Smith America Invents Act
•  Patent Cooperation Treaty
•  Regulations under the Patent Cooperation Treaty
•  Paris Convention


The eBook version of this title features links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options. Existing customers should contact their Print Specialist for pricing of this 2015 Edition.

Every legal detail you need to secure and protect a patent claim.

Donald S. Chisum’s 33-volume masterwork gives you authoritative analysis of all issues pertaining to patent law, including doctrines, rules and case law relating to patentability, validity and infringement. Whether you’re applying for a patent, appealing a patent application denial or litigating patent infringement, Chisum on Patents puts authority on your side. Chisum on Patents is also the most cited treatise in patent law today - cited more than 800 times by the U.S. federal courts and twice as much as the nearest competitor since it was released in October 1978.

Chisum on Patents now includes analysis of the America Invents Act of 2011 and provides cross-references to related sections/chapters within the treaty for quick and easy research. One-stop research saves you time and money and gives you the information you need to answer questions on every topic in patent law:

• What constitutes a patentable invention
• Fundamental requirements of patentability -- originality, novelty, utility and nonobviousness
• Perfecting rights to a patentable invention
• Rules regarding disclosure and submitting claims
• Double patenting
• Rules in priority of invention
• Patent application process -- from filing through examination and appeals
• Restriction requirements and divisional applications
• Continuation applications
• Requirements for obtaining the benefit of a prior patent filing in a foreign country
• Applications for reissue
• Substantive aspects of infringement Chisum on Patents also helps you draft patent claims quickly and confidently, and saves you time with over 300 pages of guidance on how best to draft patent claims -- including a detailed explanation of patent claim interpretation. Updated five times a year, no other treatise on patent law keeps you as current. Chisum on Patents provides clarifying analysis of the most important recent decisions and how they may affect your claims, with abstracts of all published decisions of the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in a topically arranged outline.

“For over 25 years, I have relied on Prof. Chisum’s treatise as THE essential tool for answering every conceivable patent law question. I have been repeatedly amazed by both the range and the depth of the subject matter contained in his work. No matter how arcane the patent law question, Prof. Chisum provides the answer. Frankly, could not do my job without the benefit of his books, both the main volumes and his amazing Federal Circuit Guide.”

-- Jill D. Singer, Hovey Williams, LLP

Also available in CD-ROM and online

The Cornerstone of Any Thriving Patent Law Practice.

Detailed Rule-by-Rule Analysis of the Patent and Trademark Office Rules of Practice.

Included is the text of the rules contained in Title 37 of the Code of Federal Regulations, interpretations of their meanings and explanations of their effect on practice with citations to relevant case law.

Covers Every Area of PTO Practice.

This essential reference provides patent registration applicants with guidelines on the practices and procedures relating to the filing and review of patent applications filed in the Patent and Trademark Office.

The Patent and Trademark Office’s Rules Book.

This separate desk reference is updated quarterly, and saves extensive research time by centralizing the most recent statutes and regulations affecting patent law practice. This important volume has been expanded to include the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, passed by Congress and signed into law by President Barack Obama on September 16, 2011.

Practice-Proven Forms for Handling All Transaction With the PTO.

The forms, which are accepted by the PTO, cover nearly every aspect of practice before the PTO and almost every conceivable situation the practitioner might run into, including: transmittal letters for every type of submission to the PTO; forms necessary for filing regular, continuation-in-part, divisional, and international applications; requests for re-issue and re-examination; actions after final rejection and appeals; and responses, amendments, and various petitions to the PTO.

Available in both print and electronic formats, Patent Office Rules and Practice include:


•   The text of the sections of various United States Code and Code of Federal Regulations titles that relate to patent law
•   The full text of the Patent Cooperation Treaty, accompanying regulations and administrative instructions
•   The text of the Manual of Patent Examining Procedure (MPEP)
•   The text of selected relevant notices, directives, clarifications and Helpful Hints issued by the PTO
•   More than 350 practice-proven blank forms that can be filled out, and filed with the PTO
•   The forms include checklists of what must be done to submit an application

The eBook versions of this title feature links to Lexis Advance for further legal research options.

Rules for practice before the Federal Circuit and provides the necessary practice forms.

The recent March 2014 update includes the Federal Circuit's announced extensive revisions to the Mediation Program Guidelines effective December 6, 2013 and adoption of new Federal Circuit Rule 33.1.

First published in 1973.

2 Volumes; Loose-leaf; updated with revisions.

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Also published as Vols. 4 and 4A of Business Organizations.