Bloomberg BNA has published the Second Edition of Anatomy of a Patent Case, a resource that covers both the steps required to bring a patent case to trial and the key elements that make such litigation unique. Anatomy of a Patent Case probes the complex technical, procedural, and legal issues inherent in a patent lawsuit—issues that are not usually found in any other type of civil litigation. This handbook is focused on the unique characteristics of patent litigation and has been added to the Federal Judicial Center’s resource library for district court judges and their law clerks. It provides concise coverage of the fundamentals, effective lessons from the most significant cases, and essential insights from leading experts and judges.
The Second Edition includes three important new chapters, analyzing:
Anatomy of a Patent Case is prepared by the Complex Litigation Committee of the American College of Trial Lawyers. The Second Edition is edited by Henry B. Gutman, a partner at Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP, where he is the Chair of the firm’s Intellectual Property Practice Group, the Chair of the Complex Litigation Committee, and a member of the State Committee for Downstate New York; John L. Cooper, a partner at FarellaBraun + Martel LLP, where he is the senior member and founder of Farella’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group, and has served as Regent and is a long standing Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers; and George F. Pappas, a partner at Covington & Burling, LLP, and a member of the firm’s national patent and intellectual property litigation group. This title isavailable for sale directly from Bloomberg BNA and is also available on the Bloomberg Law legal research system.
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