In your office and in the courtroom—you can find analysis of every patent law decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in this single-volume resource.
This monumental reference deals with both the high-profile cases and the “uncelebrated decisions” that tend to slip under the radar, and fits them into an analytical framework that reveals their true significance. The new Eleventh Edition of Patents and the Federal Circuit incorporates important new topics and discussions of: The AIA (America Invents Act, Biotechnology and patentable subject matter under 35 U.S.C. § 101, New standards for establishing induced infringement of method claims, and Mayo Collaborative Services v. Prometheus Labs and the Supreme Court’s ruling on the applicable test for determining the patentability of processes reciting laws of nature and its anticipated impact. In addition, the new edition covers major new Federal Circuit cases through the end of 2012.