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Recent Trends in Patent Infringement Lawsuits, 2016 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Analyzing Recent Cases, Adapting to Changing Standards, and Building an Effective Strategy (Inside the Minds)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Aspatore
Copyright: 2016
ISBN: 9780314294968
Service #: 40994744
Sub #: 40994745
Pages: 180
Shelf Space: 1 in.
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Additional volumes or binders

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Recent Trends in Patent Infringement Lawsuits, 2016 ed.: Leading Lawyers on Analyzing Recent Cases, Adapting to Changing Standards, and Building an Effective Strategy (Inside the Minds)

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The rules and regulations surrounding patent infringement cases have become stricter than ever before. Patent holders not only have an increase in competition to contend with, they are also more likely to file suits. Given this substantial volume of cases, it is your job to determine which of those presented to you have merit and how you will then represent your client, be they a defendant or plaintiff. Additionally, it's your job to help your clients navigate the trends in litigation and comply with those changes as they apply to future cases.

Recent Trends in Patent Infringement Lawsuits can give you the insights you'll need to adapt to evolving standards. This book includes best practices for understanding the changes in the patent landscape, including IPRs and notable Supreme Court decisions in cases such as Alice Corp., Octane Fitness, and Highmark. This book offers you key tips for considering damages when taking on cases, developing a litigation strategy, and determining the impact of venue on trial outcome.

Featuring experienced partners from across the nation, this book provides you with insights on negotiating eDiscovery plans at the outset of litigation, narrowing down arguments in a case, and explaining technology to a jury. Inside, you will find advice on evaluating subject-matter eligibility in a post-Alice environment, addressing post-grant and inter partes review limitations, and overcoming discovery concerns in a suit. This book can give you information about ongoing developments in the field and will allow you to better help your clients.