Each year, the Federal Circuit Yearbook provides a concise, comprehensive review of every patent decision published by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit during the preceding year. With the Yearbook in hand, readers may conveniently follow all recent patent law developments in the Federal Circuit, presented in a manner that reduces specialized patent and technical jargon to a minimum, making the book a must read for patent attorneys and other intellectual property practitioners, as well as a useful reference for corporate attorneys and inventors.
Federal Circuit Yearbook’s concise yet comprehensive case synopses zero in on the important issues, providing you with an expert account of the facts and law of the key rulings in the field along with authoritative commentary on the Federal Circuit’s legal analyses and its current thinking on pivotal patent concerns. Organized by topic, the book covers:

  • Utility and Inventions Patentable
  • Novelty and Statutory Bars
  • Specification and Claims
  • Interference and Priority of Invention
  • Claim Construction
  • Infringement
  • Prosecution History Estoppel
  • Inequitable Conduct
  • Remedies
  • PTO Practice and Procedure
  • District Court Jurisdiction and Procedure
  • Appellate Court Jurisdiction and Practice
  • Ownership Agreements and Inventorship
  • Design Patents and more
Publication Date: November 2023
ISBN: 978-1-4024-4377-0
Page Count: 388 pages
Number of Volumes: 1

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