An essential resource for every patent practitioner, the 2012 Federal Circuit Yearbook: Patent Law Developments in the Federal Circuit is the easy, effective, and economical way for you to keep pace with all patent decisions published by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit during the past year.
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December 10, 2013
Patent Reform Passes in House of Representatives
From: Patent Law Practice Center
The Innovation Act (HR 3309) was introduced on Oct...
December 2, 2013
Yahoo! Gets Fantasy Sports Software Patent
Online fantasy sports games, such as fantasy footb...
November 19, 2013
Cloud Based Versioned File System Patented
Last month, the United States Patent and Trademark...
Open Source and Free Software 2013: Benefits, Risks and Challenges
Dec. 11, 2013
Banking Law Institute 2013
Coping With U.S. Export Controls 2013
Dec. 12 - 13, 2013
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