Issue: April 2013
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U.S. Supreme Court Says ''Enough, Already'' -- Nike's Broad Covenant Not To Sue Mooted Its Competitor's Cancellation Counterclaim
By David A. Bell and Alan R. Wechsler of Haynes and Boone, LLP
Aesthetic Functionality After Fleisher: With Trademarks, Is It Good To Be Bad And Ugly?
By Joshua M. Dalton and Elizabeth M. Sartori of Bingham McCutchen LLP
The Enablement Requirement for References in Reexamination and Inter Partes Review
By Matthew C. Phillips of Renaissance IP Law Group LLP and Kevin B. Laurence of Oblon Spivak McClelland Maier & Neustadt LLP
Dealing with Patent Trolls
By Tam Pham of Lewis and Roca
Innovation Anchor ScorecardTM
Key Technology Trends for 2013
By Barry Fishley of Weil Gotshal & Manges
Additional Discovery Before the PTAB
By Richard Neifeld of Neifeld IP Law, PC
Think About Liability Risks When Crafting Trademark Licenses
By Lee J. Eulgen and Matthew Carey of Neal, Gerber & Eisenberg LLP
My License Will Go On?
By H. David Starr and Howard W. Kline of Nath, Goldberg & Meyer
Is The Federal Circuit a Paper Tiger?
By Charles L. Gholz
Bowman v. Monsanto -- will the Supreme Court Seize the Opportunity to Clarify Quanta?
By Michael Belliveau of Clark + Elbing LLP
Assuaging Estoppel Concerns -- Defining ''Real Parties in Interest'' After the AIA
By Lionel M. Lavenue and Ben Cassady of Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner LLP
RFC Express: Recently Filed Patent Cases
From The Editor
Invention Analysis and Claiming:
Analyze First -- Claim-Draft Second
By Ronald Slusky
A Patent Assertion Entity -- One Size Doesn't Fit All -- Part 2
By Joseph N. Hosteny of Niro, Haller & Niro
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