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The secret circuit : the little-known court where the rules of the information age unfold

Author: Bruce Abramson
Publisher: Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield Pub., ©2007.
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The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit was born in the early 1980s. Its docket covers the rules guiding patents, innovation, and globalization. Are these rules impelling the  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Abramson, Bruce.
Secret circuit.
Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield Pub., c2007
(OCoLC)608080391
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Abramson
ISBN: 9780742552807 0742552802 9780742552814 0742552810
OCLC Number: 86172983
Description: xvii, 403 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Part I: The Secret Circuit --
A court is born: the economic challenges that motivated a new court --
Conservative liberalism: the keys to performance assessment --
Part II: The Patent Court --
From pilgrims to progress: the roots of the patent system --
The main tent: where the action is: claim construction, validity, and infringement --
From cutting edge to front page: thrilling tales of patent litigation in action --
Innovation regulation: how are we doing? could we do better? --
Part III: Not Just the Patent Court --
Are we poor enough yet?: the contentious case of trade economics v. trade politics --
Looking forward: the road to opportunity, prosperity, and continued growth --
It's good to be the government: some curious powers of governments doing business --
The divine dignity of the infringer: medieval sovereigns stalk information-age innovators --
Part IV: The Circuit's Secrets --
Peripheral vision: how war powers, abortion, and housing policy wander into view --
Dawn of the digital millennium: stars of the patent world in a copyright cameo --
Sherman's march: patentees repel the antitrust onslaught --
Misuse abuse: a sad little doctrine whose silence speaks volumes --
The permanent experiment: the grades are in; the next assignment awaits.
Responsibility: Bruce D. Abramson.
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The Federal Circuit-the nation's patent court of appeals-is at center stage of current controversies over U.S. patent law. Bruce Abramson's new book is an authoritative study of the court, remarkable Read more...

 
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