Patent Interference Practice Handbook

Patent Interference Practice Handbook

by Jerome Rosenstock
     
 

ISBN-10: 0735501149

ISBN-13: 9780735501140

Pub. Date: 06/22/1998

Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business

Reflecting changes in the structure of contemporary business enterprise,
Business Organizations: Cases, Problems, and Case Studies
, now in a
Second Edition
, uses case law, problems, and case studies to examine the role and purview of law in real-life business transactions.

This innovative casebook

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Overview

Reflecting changes in the structure of contemporary business enterprise,
Business Organizations: Cases, Problems, and Case Studies
, now in a
Second Edition
, uses case law, problems, and case studies to examine the role and purview of law in real-life business transactions.

This innovative casebook offers:

  • clear descriptions of the development and current state of the law
  • up-to-date cases that feature interesting facts, as well as the major
    “must-know” cases
  • coverage of both modern business structures and growth industries
  • engaging business-school-style case studies—based on real events
    —encourage in-depth analysis of the application of legal principles in business transactions, and include:

    • extensive facts about the situation and businesses involved
    • excerpts from transactional and litigation documents


  • short problems that follow selected topics test students’ understanding of material covered
  • separate chapters devoted to limited liability companies and federal securities regulation, including:

    • a detailed case study of Enron and its role in shaping the
      Sarbanes-Oxley Act



  • a rich selection of teaching resources on a password-protected author website:

    • additional transactional and litigation documents related to the cases in the book
    • PowerPoints that cover the entire casebook o regular updates
    • a detailed and up-to-date Teacher’s Manual



New to the Second Edition:

  • updated materials on Shareholder Proposals
  • revised coverage of directors’ duties, including the Disney
    case and Stone v. Ritter

  • Tooley v. Donaldson on direct versus derivative claims
  • new chapter focusing on limited liability companies
  • integration of the Restatement (Third) of Agency into Chapter 1

A wealth of materials, both in the casebook and on the authors’
password-protected website, gives you an almost unlimited ability to expand or deepen you exploration of specific topics.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780735501140
Publisher:
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date:
06/22/1998
Edition description:
RINGBOUND
Pages:
912
Product dimensions:
8.58(w) x 9.94(h) x 3.17(d)

Table of Contents

PART I. OVERVIEW AND PATENTABILITY

• OVERVIEW
• PATENTABILITY

PART II. ISSUES RAISED IN A PATENT INTERFERENCE PROCEEDING

• PATENTABILITY AND OTHER FACTORS
• PRIORITY DETERMINATION—GENERALLY
• CONCEPTION
• REDUCTION TO PRACTICE

PART III. THE INTERFERENCE PROCEEDING ITSELF

• EVENTS PRIOR TO DECLARING AN INTERFERENCE
• DECLARING THE INTERFERENCE
• THE INTERLOCUTORY STAGE OF THE INTERFERENCE
• MOTION FOR BENEFIT OF THE EARLIER APPLICATION
• PRELIMINARY MOTIONS FOR UNPATENTABILITY AND NO INTERFERENCE-IN-FACT
• PRELIMINARY MOTION TO REDEFINE THE INTERFERENCE
• OTHER PRELIMINARY MOTIONS
• POST-INTERLOCUTORY STAGE, INCLUDING FINAL HEARING AND TERMINATION
• COURT REVIEW AND ARBITRATION
• POST-TERMINATION EVENTS APPENDICES

Table of Cases

Table of Regulations

Index

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