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xxviii, 374 p. : ill ; 26 cm.
  • Inventions are concepts
  • Begin from the problem (not the embodiment)
  • The problem-solution statement
  • The problem-solution statement : reaching for breadth
  • The problem-solution statement : reining in overbreadth
  • Fallback features and the planned retreat
  • Problem-solution-based independent claims
  • Inventive-departure-based independent claims
  • Intermediate- and narrow-scope claims
  • Definition claims
  • Assembling the dependent claims
  • Claims with functional language
  • Means-plus-function
  • Inventions settings and direct infringers
  • Statutory claim types
  • Claim diversity
  • Claim review with enforcement in mind
  • Writing the background and summary
  • Writing the detailed description
  • Claim rejections : amend or argue?
  • Claim amendments
  • Working with the inventor.
Invention Analysis and Claiming: A Patent Lawyer's Guide, Second Edition, presents a comprehensive approach to analyzing inventions and capturing them in a sophisticated set of patent claims. A central theme is the importance of using the problem-solution paradigm to identify the "inventive concept" before the claim-drafting begins. The book's teachings are grounded in "old school" principles of patent practice that, before now, have been learned only on the job from supervisors and mentors. Questions at the end of each chapter have been added to: *Confirm the understanding of the principles presented; *Explore the jurisprudential and practical implications of those principles; and *Try out the invention analysis and claim drafting skills taught in the chapter.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781614385615 20160614
Law Library (Crown)
169 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction to intellectual property
  • How does the patent system work?
  • What is the invention?
  • Is the invention patentable?
  • When should the patent application be filed?
  • Does the invention infringe on any patents?
  • Who owns the patent application?
Law Library (Crown)