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Symposium : evolving the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and its patent law jurisprudence ; The 2011 Earl F. Nelson Lecture ; The 2011 Symposium Student Legal Writing Competition winner.

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Language:
English.
Publication date:
2011
Copyright date:
2011
Publication:
Columbia, Missouri : School of Law, University of Missouri-Columbia, [2011]
Copyright notice:
©2011
Format:
  • Book
  • pages 630-998 ; 25 cm
Title Variation:
Evolving the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and its patent law jurisprudence
Note:
Cover title.
Bibliography:
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents:
  • Foreword / Dennis D. Crouch
  • The 2011 Earl F. Nelson Lecture. Crafting a 21st century United States Patent and Trademark Office / David Kappos
  • Articles. Unpredictability in patent law and its effect on pharmaceutical innovation / Christopher M. Holman
  • The ongoing confusion over ongoing royalties / Mark A. Lemley
  • To construe or not to construe : at the interface between claim construction and infringement in patent cases / Jason R. Mudd
  • Acting like an administrative agency : the Federal Circuit en banc / Ryan Vacca
  • Patent law's unpredictability doctrine and the software arts / Greg R. Vetter
  • Differentiating the Federal Circuit / Elizabeth I. Winston
  • The 2011 Symposium Student Legal Writing Competition winner. Promoting the progress : three decades of patent jurisprudence in the court of appeals for the Federal Circuit / Damon C. Andrews.
Contributor:
Lemley, Mark A., 1966- author.
University of Missouri--Columbia. School of Law.
Related Work:
Missouri law review.
Included Work:
2011 Earl F. Nelson Lecture. 2011 Symposium Student Legal Writing Competition winner.
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