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Patent Fundamentals Bootcamp 2017: An Introduction to Patent Drafting, Prosecution, and Litigation

Publication Date: July 2017 Number of Volumes: 1
ISBN Number: 9781402429033 Page Count: 1018 pages

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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Taking Invention Disclosures: Practical and Ethical Considerations Jonathan Berschadsky ~ Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto
Chapter 2: Taking Invention Disclosures: Practical and Ethical Considerations (PowerPoint slides) Jonathan Berschadsky ~ Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto
Chapter 3: An Introduction to Patent Drafting Jon E Gordon ~ Haug Partners LLP
Chapter 4: Part I: Overview of Claim Drafting and Preparation of Patent Applications Jeffrey A Miller ~ Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Chapter 5: Part I: Overview of Claim Drafting and Preparation of Patent Applications (PowerPoint slides) Jeffrey A Miller ~ Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Chapter 6: Patent Claim Writing Robert C Faber ~ Ostrolenk Faber LLP
Chapter 7: Fundamentals of Patent Prosecution (PowerPoint slides) Robert C Faber ~ Ostrolenk Faber LLP
Chapter 8: Part II: Nuts and Bolts of Claim Drafting Jeffrey A Miller ~ Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Chapter 9: Part II: Nuts and Bolts of Claim Drafting (PowerPoint slides) Jeffrey A Miller ~ Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
Chapter 10: Practical Advice Regarding U.S. Patent Prosecution (February 17, 2017) Christopher P Moreno ~ Moreno Intellectual Property Law LLC
Chapter 11: Fundamentals of Patent Prosecution (PowerPoint slides) Christopher P Moreno ~ Moreno Intellectual Property Law LLC
Chapter 12: Patent Prosecution Overview (February 17, 2017) Elizabeth Morris ~ Director of Intellectual Property Law, KLA-Tencor Corporation
Kanda V Ishihara ~ Senior Corporate Counsel - Patents, Legal, Veritas Technologies LLC
Chapter 13: Patent Prosecution Overview (PowerPoint slides) Elizabeth Morris ~ Director of Intellectual Property Law, KLA-Tencor Corporation
Kanda V Ishihara ~ Senior Corporate Counsel - Patents, Legal, Veritas Technologies LLC
Chapter 14: The Examiner Interview (February 10, 2017) William E McCracken ~ McCracken & Gillen LLC
Leonard M Giannone ~ McCracken & Gillen LLC
Chapter 15: Examiner Interviews (PowerPoint slides) William E McCracken ~ McCracken & Gillen LLC
Leonard M Giannone ~ McCracken & Gillen LLC
Chapter 16: Advancing Prosecution Using Examiner Interviews (February 2017) Robin W Reasoner ~ IP Counsel, Quantcast Corporation
Chapter 17: Examiner Interviews: Tools to Advance Prosecution (PowerPoint slides) Robin W Reasoner ~ IP Counsel, Quantcast Corporation
Chapter 18: Ethics in Every Day Practice and Current Issues for the IP Practitioner Katherine M Kowalchyk ~ Merchant & Gould PC
Karen Beckman ~ Merchant & Gould P.C.
Chapter 19: ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct and USPTO Rules of Professional Conduct Katherine M Kowalchyk ~ Merchant & Gould PC
Chapter 20: Minnesota Rules of Professional Conduct: Effective October 1, 2005, with amendments through July 1, 2011 Katherine M Kowalchyk ~ Merchant & Gould PC
Chapter 21: “Subject Matter” Conflicts for the Patent Practitioner (February 2017) Richard G.A. Bone ~ VLP Law Group LLP
Chapter 22: Meera Nair, Yon-Sun W. Sohn, Melissa M. Green, Recent Cases Patent Prosecutors Should Know (February 3, 2017) Marc A Cavan ~ Baker & McKenzie LLP
Chapter 23: Mackenzie Martin and Erin Choi, Claims That Contradict the Specifications Are Still Indefinite after Nautilus (February 10, 2017) Marc A Cavan ~ Baker & McKenzie LLP
Chapter 24: Patent Opinions Marta E Delsignore ~ Goodwin Procter LLP
Chapter 25: Patent Opinions (PowerPoint slides) Marta E Delsignore ~ Goodwin Procter LLP
Chapter 26: Selected Aspects of the Impact of Patent Application Drafting and Prosecution on Claim Construction Issues During Patent Litigation Leslie Morioka ~ White & Case LLP
Chapter 27: The Impact of Patent Prosecution Decisions on the Application of the Doctrine of Equivalents in Patent Litigation Paul J Otterstedt ~ Otterstedt, Ellenbogen & Kammer, LLP
Chapter 28: The Use of “Means-Plus-Function” Language in Patent Claims Robert D Schaffer ~ Law Office of Robert D. Schaffer
Chapter 29: The Use of “Means-Plus-Function” Language in Patent Claims (PowerPoint slides) Robert D Schaffer ~ Law Office of Robert D. Schaffer
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This Course Handbook was compiled for the program, Patent Fundamentals Bootcamp 2017 An Introduction to Patent Drafting, Prosecution, and Litigation.

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Chairperson(s)
Jonathan Berschadsky, Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto
Angelo J Bufalino, Vedder Price P.C.
Jennifer R Bush, Fenwick & West LLP
Marc A Cavan, Baker & McKenzie LLP
Wendy A Choi, Ballard Spahr LLP
Adda C Gogoris, Leason Ellis LLP
Michael A Molano, Mayer Brown LLP
Kevin E Noonan, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff LLP
Paul J Otterstedt, Otterstedt, Ellenbogen & Kammer, LLP
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