Issue: October 2012
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Table of Contents
The Obvious Advantage -- Revisited
By Eric Jones of Reising Ethington, P.C.
Patent Infringement: Providing Customer Demand...or a Lack Thereof
By Jacob Jacoby, Ph.D.
The Patent Exchange: A New Approach to Licensing Intellectual Property
By Sarah J. Duda and Benjamin Urban of McDonnell, Boehnen, Hulbert & Berghoff LLP
Spoliation in Interferences
By Charles L. Gholz and Lisa M. Mandrusiak and Jeremy B. Barton
Akamai Technologies, Inc. v. Limelight Networks, Inc.: Induced Infringement Does Not Require Direct Infringement By A Single Entity
By Eric Chad of Merchant & Gould
A Court Still Divided On Joint Infringement
By Michael Kahn and Beth Finkelstein of Ropes & Gray LLP
EXTRA! EXTRA! En Banc Federal Circuit Overrules Its Precedent on Induced Infringement
By Paul R. Kitch and Jason T. Kunze of Nixon Peabody LLP
Impolitic Politics? Using Intellectual Property in Political Campaigns
By Margaret S. Millikin of Crowe & Dunlevy
The Apple v. Samsung Jury Verdict Lacks Sufficient Detail To Support Enhancing More Than 6.4% of the $1.04B Monetary Award for Willful Infringement
By Richard T. Redano of Richard T. Redano, P.C.
Spiders, Crawlers and Bots, Oh My -- The Basics of Website Scraping
By Perry J. Viscounty and Jennifer L. Barry and James Field of Latham & Watkins
RFC Express: Recently Filed Patent Cases
From The Editor
Invention Analysis and Claiming:
Can We Read the Claims, Please?
By Ronald Slusky
Rule 34 Revisited
By Joseph N. Hosteny of Niro, Haller & Niro
Design Patent Perspective:
The Design Patent Application -- Part 1
By Robert G. Oake, Jr.
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