Issue: July 2005
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The Most Comprehensive Change To U.S. Patent Law,
by Steven R. Ludwig, J.D., Ph.D. of Sterne, Kessler, Goldstein & Fox P.L.L.C.
Creativity Key to Executing Toughest IP Survey Projects , by James T. Berger
A Critical Examination of US Patent 5,523,540 , by K. Sampath of Kreative Koncepts
RFC Express: Recently Filed Patent Cases; Recently Decided Patent Cases
Patent Law Confidential: Secrets About an Obscure Profession That May Change the Way You Do Business,
by Andrew Grove of Reising, Thington, Barnes, Kisselle P.C.
Calculated Words Are Often Required to Preserve an Exclusive Market for Next-Generation Therapeutics,
by Patrick H. Higgins of Fox Rothschild LLP
Does Reliance On Attorney Diligence Waive The Attorney-Client Privilege?,
by Charles L. Gholz & Kenneth D. Wilcox
Invalidating Patents: Searching the Japanese Patent Office's Database, by Robert Ginns
From The Editor
Client Development Tools:
If Your Phone Doesn't Ring, It could Be Your Client — Part I, by Nancy Roberts Linder
The "Perfect" (i.e., "Winnable") Contingent Fee Case Revisited, by Joseph N. Hosteny
Moving Up & Moving On
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