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Is The Estoppel Of The New AIA Proceedings Worse Than Interference Estoppel?
By Charles L. Gholz and Alexander B. Englehart and Michael L. Kiklis
The 'New' Prior User Rights Defense Under The AIA: What's To Come For The Clean Technology Industry?
By Bryan J. Vogel and Ryan Schultz
Monochromatic Victory: Designers See Red Amid Sole Trademark Ruling
By Afigo I. Fadahunsi
New Government Resources
By Peter M. Colosi of Sideman & Bancroft LLP
The TianRui Group Company Ltd. v. U.S. International Trade Commission: A Powerful New Weapon for Combating Trade Secret Misappropriation Abroad
By Emily Miao, Ph.D. of McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert & Berghoff
Using A Patent On A Device Accused Of Infringement Under Doctrine Of Equivalents
By David Evered of Knobbe Martens Olson & Bear
When It Comes To Parody Twitter Accounts, Laughing Them Off May Be Your Best Move
By Andrew R. Hughes
Guidance Provided by Notices Issued in PTAB Trials as of November 26, 2012
By Richard Neifeld of Neifeld IP Law, PC
RFC Express: Recently Filed Patent Cases
From The Editor
Invention Analysis and Claiming: "Adapted to," "Wherein," and "Whereby" -- Part 1
By Ronald Slusky
Litigators Corner: A Patent Assertion Entity: One Size Doesn't Fit All
By Joseph N. Hosteny of Niro, Haller & Niro
Design Patent Perspective: The Design Patent Application -- Part 4
By Robert G. Oake, Jr.
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