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Constitutionality of Reexamination is Confirmed Again
By Kevin B. Laurence of Stoel Rives LLP and Matthew C. Phillips of Renaissance IP Law Group LLP
One Artist Suggests Melting Down The Paterno Statue -- Is it Legal?
By Nicole Hyland of Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC
''Clear and Convincing'' Is the Standard for Obviousness No Matter What
By Christopher L. May and Clifford (Dale) R. Lamar, II of McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Third Party Challenges Before, During, and After Litigation
By Robert Pollock and Anthony Sheh of Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner LLP
Do You Have To Write Your Motions Before You Submit Your List of Proposed Motions?
By Charles L. Gholz
Patent Law Best Mode: Reports of It's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated
By Steven B. Walmsley of Reising Ethington, P.C.
Prometheus: Bilski for Doctors, and Everybody Else
By Scott D. Watkins of Connolly Bove Lodge & Hutz LLP
Three Critical Questions to Evaluate Intellectual Property Surveys
By Dr. Bruce Isaacson of MMR Strategy Group and Dr. Jonathan D. Hibbard of Boston University School of Management and Dr. Scott D. Swain of Northeastern University College of Business Administration
What is an ''Abstract Idea''? Who's on First? What's on Second?
By Paul Devinsky of McDermott Will & Emery LLP
RFC Express: Recently Filed Patent Cases
From The Editor
Invention Analysis and Claiming: Words Matter
By Ronald Slusky
Litigators Corner: Another Patent Goes Poof: Some Thoughts About Magsil
By Joseph N. Hosteny of Niro, Haller & Niro
Moving Up & Moving On
Design Patent Perspective: Ten Tips for Strengthening Design Patent Protection
By Robert G. Oake, Jr.
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