Infringement of the United States Patent Right: A Guide for Executives and Attorneys

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Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995 - 235 lappuses


Dr. Holzmann introduces the manager and technologist as well as the student and the foreign patent practitioner to the United States Law of Patent Infringement. Dr. Holzmann directly addresses what to do when a patent is being infringed. The author explains and interprets the intricacies of the patent law and provides a strong basis of understanding future changes in patent law. This valuable volume should appeal to academics and students of law, attorneys specializing in corporate law, patent attorneys, CEOs in technical firms, and CEOs of foreign corporations.

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1 TYPES OF LITIGATION IN GENERAL
1
WHAT IT DOES AND DOES NOT CONFER
11
3 ACTS CONSTITUTING INFRINGEMENT
17
4 FACTORS DETERMINING INFRINGEMENT
67
5 DEFENSES
137
6 REMEDIES
161
JURISDICTION AND PROCEDURE
199
Epilogue
223
Selected Bibliography
227
Table of Cases
229
Index
233
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RICHARD T. HOLZMANN is a registered patent attorney./e He has his own patent practice specializing in international matters and prosecuting cases before the U.S. Patent Tribunal. Dr. Holzmann was counsel to the Koreana Patent & Law Firm in Seoul, Korea, and earlier, president of an electronic specialty chemical company, Dynachem Corporation.

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