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The Future of Patent Law: Understanding The Supreme Court's Renewed Interest In Patent Law
By MARK S. DAVIES
Lessons from Rambus – Play by the Rules in Standards Setting Organizations
By DEAN DUNLAVEY AND MICHAEL SCHALLOP
EFS-Web: An Electronic Filing Tool Providing the Segue into the "Electronic" Age for IP Law Firms
By JAN GARDNER
Guidelines? What Guidelines?
By CHARLES L. GHOLZ
MedImmune and Its Progeny: Possible Suggestions for Avoidance of DJ's
By ALAN GRIMALDI
MICROSOFT v. AT&T: The Supreme Court Refuses to Further Expand the Reach of United States Patent Law Abroad
By JEFFREY T. LINDGREN AND KATHERINE F. WENGER
Dippin' Dots And Weasel Words: "Comprising The Steps Of" Might Not Be As Broad As You Think
By LYNN B. MORREALE AND JOHN A. HARRELSON, JR., PH.D.
Is The Name of the Game Still the Claim? The Post-Phillips Revolution in Patent Law
By GERSON PANITCH
WHOIS In Danger Of Losing Identity
By MELISSA M. ROTUNNO, ESQ. AND LEE EULGEN
How Many Patent Lawyers Does It Take To ...?
By PETER C. SCHECHTER
Supreme Court Dictates Flexible Approach to Obviousness
By BENJAMIN A. TRAMM, HEMA L. VISWANATHAN, AND DENISE M. KETTELBERGER
RFC Express: Recently Filed Patent Cases
From The Editor
Invention Analysis & Claiming:Dependent Claims and The Planned Retreat
By RONALD SLUSKY
The Medicine Chest:Decreasing Patent Challenges? A New Study Says "No"
By STEVEN R. LUDWIG, PH.D.
Litigator's Corner:My Wishes for 2007 – Part 2
By JOSEPH N. HOSTENY
Client Development Tools:Using Technology to Market Your Practice
By NANCY ROBERTS LINDER
CLASSIFIED: Opportunities, Products, Services and Situations Wanted
By John L. Rogitz of Rogitz & Associates
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