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U.S. Patent Opinions and Evaluations 2nd ed isbn 9780199751105

U.S. Patent Opinions and Evaluations

ISBN13: 9780195367270
New Edition ISBN: 9780199751105
Published: November 2009
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: USA
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This book provides expert, up-to-date, practical advice and guidance on the four principle issues of patent evaluations and opinions, including: (1) claim construction and claim scope; (2) infringement; (3) validity; and (4) enforceability.

The book teaches how to apply these four principles to the many uses of patent opinions, including:

- Evaluating and Opining on Third-Party Patents for:

  • Willful Infringement Risk Analyses
  • Invalidity and Noninfringement Investigations and Opinions for Avoidance of Willful Infringement
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Infringement Risk Analyses and Reporting
  • Clearance (Freedom to Operate) Investigations and Opinions for New Products and Process
  • Design-Around Investigations and Determinations
  • Pre-Purchase and Pre-License Investigations of Patent Scope, Validity, and Enforceability
  • Pre-Filing Investigations for Ex Parte Reexamination and Other Post-Grant Challenges
- Evaluating and Opining on One's Own Patent Rights for:
  • Pre-Filing Infringement, Validity, and Enforceability Investigations for Rule 11 Compliance
  • Evaluation of Patent Portfolio Strength and Scope
  • Pre-Filing Investigations for Reexamination and Reissue Filings
  • Pre-Sale and Pre-Licensing Investigations of Patent Scope, Validity, and Enforceability