Protect Your Clients' Inventions with these Patent Classics from PLI



Protect Your Clients' Inventions with these Patent Classics from PLI



2011 Federal Circuit Yearbook


The 2011 Federal Circuit Yearbook 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. In each edition, the Yearbook’s concise yet comprehensive case synopses zero in on the prime issues, providing you with an expert account of the facts and law of the key rulings in the field. 2011 Federal Circuit Yearbook

Covering everything from utility to claim construction, nonobviousness to infringement, inequitable conduct to inventorship, the Yearbook brings you readily accessible summaries packed with authoritative commentary on the CAFC’s legal analyses and its current thinking on pivotal patent concerns. The Yearbook keeps you informed while keeping scientific and legal terminology to a minimum, explaining issues in a way that provides you with the practical legal support you need.
 


  • ISBN Number: 9781402414565
    Published: August 2011
    Page Count: 538 pages
    Number of Volumes: 1 

     
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How to Write a Patent Application


PLI’s Second Edition of How to Write a Patent Application walks you step-by-step through the entire process of preparing patent applications. It covers all the legal requirements and drafting techniques that are essential to crafting airtight patent applications for the full spectrum of inventions. 

 

  • How to Write a Patent Application
    ISBN Number: 9781402412950
    Published: November 2009
    Page Count: 1086 pages pages
    Number of Volumes: 1
    Last Updated: November 2011

     
  • This hands on resouce helps you:

    • Get all the information needed from an inventor in order to prepare an effective application
    • Claim an invention with sufficient breadth.
    • Claim an invention so that the elements that render the invention nonobvious are clearly set forth in the claims.
    • Claim an invention whose validity will be sustained by the courts.

      

Faber on Mechanics of Patent Claim Drafting
 

Faber on Mechanics of Patent Claim DraftingMore patent applications are rejected because of claim-drafting flaws than because of problems with inventions. A trusted working tool for more than two decades, PLI’s Faber on Mechanics of Patent Claim Drafting gives you the clear and complete guidance you need to draft foolproof claims for any type of invention.
This lucid, timesaving handbook offers you start-to-finish directions on how to craft claims for different types of inventions; real-world examples of effective claim drafting; insight into the accepted words and phrases you should use in specific drafting situations; instruction on how to describe structures in the drawings; and numerous tips on how to avoid common claim-drafting mistakes.
Included are helpful glossaries of patent terms and the mechanical terms used in drawings.

 
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    ISBN Number: 9781402414565
    Published: August 2011
    Page Count: 538 pages
    Number of Volumes: 1 

     

 

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