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Terrell on the Law of Patents 17th ed isbn 9781847039033

Terrell on the Law of Patents 16th ed

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ISBN13: 9780421886506
ISBN: 0421886501
New Edition ISBN: 9781847039033
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421624701
Published: January 2006
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



First published in 1884, Terrell on the Law of Patents is the acknowledged leader in the field of UK patent law and litigation practice. It contains detailed commentary on all aspects of the law, together with annotated materials, and a full assessment of substantive and procedural case law. It is the work that patent judges use and is regularly cited in the Patents Court.

  • Focusing on the law as it applies under the Patents Act 1977 and the 1990 Patent Rules, this edition has been brought up to date with important recent case law.
  • New edition of the standard work on the practice and procedure of patent law.
  • Supplies in one volume everything a patent practitioner needs to win a case
  • Deals with the law subject-by-subject
  • Provides authoritative commentary from the most distinguished author team in the book's history
  • Contains all relevant statutory material
  • Analyses case law in-depth, including the recent House of Lords decisions in Amgen and Sabaf

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Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Introduction.
The nature of patentable inventions.
The applicant and the application.
The granted patent.
The specification.
Construction of the specification and claims.
Grounds of revocation.
Patent infringement.
Amendment of specifications.
Devolution, assignments and licenses, co-ownership and registration.
Compulsory licenses (abuse of monopoly) and licenses right.
Action for infringement.
Remedies for infringement.
Revocation proceedings.
Declaration of non-infringement.
Action to restrain threats.
Use by the Crown, income tax, stamps, etc.
Precedents and pleadings.