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The UK Supreme Court Yearbook Volume 8: 2016-2017 Legal Year

Edited by: Daniel Clarry
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ISBN13: 9781848442177
Published: March 2010
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £219.00

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Contemporary patent law continues to struggle with the most basic questions of patent system design. There is fierce debate over the power of the Patent Office, the role of the courts, incentives to guide the process and many other fundamental issues. Professor Miller brings together seminal articles which are acknowledged to be the proper foundations for these ongoing debates. This indispensable collection of papers is vital for patent policy makers and serves as an excellent reference source for anyone with an interest in the topic.

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Intellectual Property Law
Introduction Joseph Scott Miller PART I PATENT LAW HISTORY 1. P.J. Federico ([1936] 1990), 'Operation of the Patent Act of 1790' 2. Steven Lubar (1991), 'The Transformation of Antebellum Patent Law' 3. Mark D. Janis (2002), 'Patent Abolitionism' 4. Edward C. Walterscheid (2005), 'The Hotchkiss Unobviousness Standard: Early Judicial Activism in the Patent Law' PART II NONOBVIOUSNESS 5. Edmund W. Kitch (1966), 'Graham v. John Deere Co.: New Standards for Patents' 6. John F. Duffy (2008), 'A Timing Approach to Patentability' PART III ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF PATENT LAW 7. Robert P. Merges and Richard R. Nelson (1990), 'On the Complex Economics of Patent Scope' 8. Suzanne Scotchmer (1991), 'Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Cumulative Research and the Patent Law' 9. Edmund W. Kitch (1977), 'The Nature and Function of the Patent System' 10. John F. Duffy (2004), 'Rethinking the Prospect Theory of Patents' 11. Paul J. Heald (2005), 'A Transaction Costs Theory of Patent Law' PART IV THE PATENABILITY OF SOFTWARE OR BUSINESS METHODS 12. Donald S. Chisum (1986), 'The Patentability of Algorithms' 13. Allen Newell (1986), 'Response: The Models Are Broken, The Models Are Broken!' 14. Thomas F. Cotter (2007), 'A Burkean Perspective on Patent Eligibility' PART V EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF PATENT LAW 15. Bronwyn H. Hall and Rosemarie Ham Ziedonis (2001), 'The Patent Paradox Revisited: An Empirical Study of Patenting in the U.S. Semiconductor Industry, 1979-1995' 16. John R. Allison, Mark A. Lemley, Kimberly A. Moore and R. Derek Trunkey (2004), 'Valuable Patents' Name Index