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Patent Law

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This Concepts and Inisghts title offers an unusual mix of approaches to explaining the modern patent system. It combines both a comprehensive view of the law itself with key academic insights that illuminates the manypolicy challenges in the area today. The book is theoretical, yet grounded in the realities of the legal system - drawing from a range of original works acros...more
Paperback, 233 pages
Published December 1st 2007 by Foundation Press
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Geoffrey Benn
This is an introduction to patent law, written for people with some knowledge of law already (not the case for me). I read the first 2/3 of the book, which covers patent construction, and the relevant case law. It is very well written and has a lot of useful detail and analysis, as well as commentary in areas that are not yet well defined in the law. I would definitely come back to this book as a reference if needed.
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Co-authored by Penn Law Professor R. Polk Wagner
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