Patent Litigation and Strategy, 4th available in Hardcover
This book sets out governing statutes and rules at the beginning of each chapter and includes sample litigation documents where possible. The structure of the casebook is to move chronologically through a typical patent case. It begins with discussions of whom to sue, where to sue, pleading requirements, discovery, and trial strategy. It then moves into substantive legal issues, including pharmaceutical litigation under Hatch-Waxman and other specialized infringement issues, such as infringing exports, infringement by multiple actors, and the extraterritorial reach of U.S. patents. The book also provides a primer on the new America Invents Act prior art provisions. It next addresses issues surrounding remedies, including injunctive relief, contempt proceedings (including the Federal Circuit’s en banc decision in TiVo v. Echostar), and damages.