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9780314235190

Intellectual Property

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  • ISBN13:

    9780314235190

  • ISBN10:

    0314235191

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-09-01
  • Publisher: West Group

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Summary

Authors Michael Davis and famed Harvard professor Arthur Miller provide authoritative coverage on the foundations of patent protection, patentability, and the patenting process. Presents the fundamentals of trademarks and copyright laws. Text further addresses torts and property, antitrust and government regulation, concepts of federalism and state, and federal conflicts.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments iii
Research References xv
Table of Cases
xix
Introduction 1(3)
PART I. PATENTS
The Foundations of Patent Protection
4(16)
Origins and Development of United States Patent Law
4(6)
Patent Basics
10(6)
The Two Theories of Patent Protection
16(4)
The Subject Matter of Patents
20(20)
Ideas v. Applications
20(1)
The Statutory Scheme
21(4)
Processes as Subject Matter Apart From Products
25(3)
The Boundaries of the Three Product Categories
28(1)
Compositions of Matter
29(1)
Manufacture
30(1)
Machines
31(1)
Computer-Related Patents
32(3)
Orphan Drug Act
35(1)
Plant and Design Patents
36(4)
Patentability-Novelty and Statutory Bar
40(27)
Overview
40(4)
Foreign Anticipation
44(1)
Domestic Anticipation
45(2)
References to Prior Publications
47(3)
Substantial and Realized Anticipation
50(3)
Statutory Bar
53(2)
The Policies of Statutory Bar
55(2)
Publicity and Limited Disclosures
57(4)
Competing Claims to Novelty by Two or More Inventors-Priority
61(6)
Patentability-Utility
67(4)
Qualitative Utility
67(1)
Presumed Utility
68(3)
Patentability-Nonobviousness
71(26)
Overview
71(4)
Invention and Nonobviousness
75(3)
Negative Rules of Invention
78(3)
The Statutory Test
81(5)
Nonobviousness and Novelty
86(1)
The Secondary Considerations
87(5)
The Importation of Section 102 Prior Art into Section 103
92(5)
Double--Patenting
97(4)
Attempts to Extend the Patent Monopoly
97(2)
Terminal Disclaimer
99(2)
The Patenting Process
101(27)
Overview
101(2)
Provisional Patent Applications
102(1)
The Patentee
103(1)
Joint Invention
104(3)
Prosecuting a Patent Application
107(3)
The Specifications and Claims
110(3)
The Limits of Agency Discretion
113(2)
Claims Drafting
115(3)
The Duty of Candor
118(4)
Publication of Patent Applications
121(1)
Reissue and Reexamination
122(2)
Judicial Review
124(4)
Infringement
128(18)
Overview
128(1)
File Wrapper Estoppel
129(1)
Claim Interpretation-Differentiation, Literality, and Equivalence
130(3)
The Patent Rights
133(1)
Direct, Indirect, and Contributory Infringement
134(5)
Repair and Reconstruction
139(2)
Infringement DefensesMisuse
141(3)
Prior User Defense
144(2)
Remedies
146(4)
Overview
146(1)
Injunctive Relief
147(1)
Damages
147(1)
Attorneys' Fees
148(1)
Eleventh Amendment Immunity
148(2)
Patent Law and the Intersection of State and Federal Regulation
150(4)
Overview
150(4)
PART II. TRADEMARKS
The Foundations of Trademark Protection
154(10)
Origins and Development of Trademark Law
154(3)
Common Law Trademark
157(3)
Federal Registration
160(4)
Distinctiveness
164(24)
Overview
164(1)
Different Markets
165(2)
Prior Use
167(4)
Secondary Meaning and Descriptiveness
171(8)
The Bars Against Surnames, Geographic Marks, and Immoral Marks
179(7)
The Supplemental Register
186(2)
Dilution and the Expansion of Trademark Doctrine
188(13)
Overview
188(1)
Trademarks and Goodwill
189(3)
Likelihood of Expansion
192(4)
The Interests Protected
196(3)
State Antidilution Statutes
199(1)
The Federal Antidilution Statute
200(1)
Loss of Trademark Protection and Partial Protection
201(23)
Partial Rights
201(4)
The Rights of a Senior Registrant Against a Preregistration User
205(1)
The Rights of a Junior Registrant Against a Preregistration User
206(2)
Concurrent Registration
208(5)
Abandonment
213(4)
Incontestability
217(7)
Trademark Practice
224(15)
Overview
224(4)
First Use in Commerce
228(9)
Standing
237(2)
Subject Matter
239(21)
Overview
239(1)
Certification Marks
240(4)
Collective Marks
244(2)
Service Marks
246(2)
Primary Purpose
248(3)
The Functional Bar
251(3)
Color
254(1)
Section 43
255(5)
Infringement
260(20)
Overview
260(2)
Similarity of Marks
262(2)
Similarity of Goods or Services
264(3)
Character and Similarity of Markets
267(5)
Subsidiary Evidence of Likelihood of Confusion
272(3)
DefensesFair and Collateral Use
275(3)
Gray Market Goods
278(1)
Eleventh Amendment Immunity
279(1)
Remedies
280(5)
Overview
280(1)
Injunctive Relief
280(1)
Accounting
281(2)
Damages
283(1)
Attorneys' Fees
283(2)
PART III. COPYRIGHT
Foundations of Copyright Protection
285(10)
Origins and Development of Copyright Law
285(3)
The Copyright Acts
288(2)
The Common Law-Statutory Copyright Distinction and the 1976 Act
290(2)
Copyright Basics
292(3)
The Subject Matter of Copyright
295(28)
Originality
295(5)
Copyrightable Works
300(6)
Noncopyrightable Works
306(1)
Writings and Fixation
307(3)
Computer Programs
310(4)
Semiconductor Chip Protection Act
314(1)
Sound Recordings
315(6)
Copyright Formalities-Registration and Notice
321(2)
Exclusive Rights
323(17)
Introduction
323(1)
Reproduction
324(1)
Derivative Works
325(2)
Distribution
327(3)
Performance
330(6)
Display
336(1)
Digital Transmission Performance
337(1)
Other Rights in Advanced and Digital Technologies
338(2)
Infringement
340(14)
Overview
340(2)
Proof of Infringement
342(4)
Infringement of Musical Works
346(3)
Infringement of Literary Works
349(5)
Fair Use
354(22)
Overview
354(1)
The Dynamics of Fair Use
355(3)
Purpose and Character of the Use
358(2)
Nature of the Work
360(3)
The Proportional Amount and Substance of the Use
363(3)
The Effect on the Original Author's Economic Market
366(1)
Parody, Burlesque, and Satire
367(2)
Fair Use and Free Speech
369(2)
Photocopying
371(2)
The Functional-Equivalents or Transformative-Use Test
373(3)
Ownership
376(23)
The Copyright and the Material Object
376(1)
Multiple Claims to Authorship
377(6)
The Rights of Coauthors
383(1)
Duration of Ownership
384(2)
Termination of Transfers
386(5)
Works for Hire
391(3)
Preexisting Works
394(5)
Formal Requirements
399(8)
Registration
399(5)
Notice
404(3)
Remedies
407(8)
Injunctive Relief
407(1)
Damages and Profits
408(3)
Impoundment
411(1)
Criminal Penalties
412(1)
Attorneys' Fees and Costs
413(1)
Eleventh Amendment Immunity
414(1)
Copyright Laws and the Intersection of State and Federal Regulation
415(15)
Preemption
415(5)
State Remedies
420(4)
Other Federal Remedies
424(1)
Moral Rights and the Berne Convention
425(5)
International Agreements
430(9)
Overview
430(1)
National Treatment and Minimum Standards
431(1)
Non-Self-Executing Force and Reservations
432(1)
Copyright Treaties
433(1)
Patent Treaties
434(1)
Trademark Treaties
435(1)
GATT, NAFTA, and TRIPS
436(1)
Special Section 301
437(2)
Index 439

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