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A key publication for patent owners, litigators, and IP professionals operating in today’s global economy, Patent Office Litigation is a two-volume set focused on the new contested proceedings under the America Invents Act. This book examines how the proceedings interact with other aspects of patent procurement and enforcement, and delivers practical analysis and advice. To order your copy of Patent Office Litigation today, click here.

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Patent Office Litigation: Your complete roadmap to navigating the new patent landscape.

October 22nd, 2012

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Ushered in by the America Invents Act (AIA), new contested proceedings are the most significant development in patent practice since the creation of the Federal Circuit in 1982. Patent Office Litigation (authored by Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C.) conducts an in-depth examination of the effects of AIA, providing a vital and comprehensive roadmap of the new patent world that these contested proceedings create.

A key publication for patent owners, litigators, and IP professionals operating in today’s global economy, Patent Office Litigation:

  • Explores the interplay between contested proceedings and the district courts, U.S. International Trade Commission and the Federal Circuit
  • Analyzes hypothetical scenarios and examines comparable proceedings in select countries for a global perspective

Patent Office Litigation is a two-volume set focused on the new contested proceedings under the America Invents Act. This book examines how the proceedings interact with other aspects of patent procurement and enforcement, and delivers practical analysis and advice.

To pre-order your discounted copy of Patent Office Litigation today, visit: go.thomsonreuters.com/aiabook.