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川口博也 著 日本の特許法の要点:判例と実務

The Essentials of Japanese Patent Law: Cases And Practice

Hiroya Kawaguchi

1 vol. xxiv, 295pp. Hardbound. 2006.

Kluwer Law International. ISBN: 9789041125729

¥30,857

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日本の特許法を考える上で不可欠な実体法、手続法上の知識を主要な条項の英訳とともに掲載した文献です。簡潔な条項分析や特許庁の審査基準などの実用的な情報や重要判例の分析も収録しており、日本において特許がどのように保護されているかを明瞭に解説した文献です。

【Table of Contents】

PART I SUBSTANTIVE LAW

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION

1-1 The Place of Patent Law in Intellectual Property Law

1. Outline

2. Some characteristics of Intellectual Property Law in terms of the subject matter

3. Classification of Intellectual Property Law

1-2 Relationship to the Basic Laws

1. Substantive Law

2. Procedural law

3. Institutional background

Chapter 2 PATENTABILITY

2-1 Objective Requirements

1. Positive requirements

2. Negative requirements - unpatentable subject matter

2-2 Subjective Requirements

1. Eligibile right holder

2. Who is a holder of a right to a patent

Chapter 3 RIGHT TO A PATENT

3-1 Subject Matter

3-2 Civil remedies for infringement

1. Remedies under the Unfair Competition Law

2. Claim for reinvesting of a right to a patent in the legitimate proprietor

3. Claims for damages

3-3 Change of proprietor

1. Succession

2. Exploitation as security

3. Special treatment of a joint right to a patent

Chapter 4 EFFECT OF PATENT

4-1 Protected Activities

1. Protected activities specified

4-2 Subject Matter within the Scope of a Patent (Technical Scope of a Patent)

1. Rule

2. Cases warranting narrower interpretation

3. Patents making use of the patents of others

4. Expert opinion of the Patent Office regarding patent scope

4-3 Limitation on the Effect of a Patent

1. Activities and products without a patent scope

2. Restrictions due to a statutory licence

3. Geographical Limitation

4. Term of a patent

Chapter 5 INFRINGEMENT (NEGATIVE EFFECT)

5-1 What Constitutes Infringement

1. How to find infringements

2. Without authority to exercise the patent

3. Working in the course of business

4. Presumption of infringement

5. Constructive infringement

6. Defences in infringement suits

5-2 Civil Remedies

1. Injunctive relief

2. Claim for Damages

3. Measures for recovery of damage to reputation

5-3 Procedural Aspects

1. Obligation to disclose the specific manner of making the accused device

2. Production of documents

3. Secrecy order

Chapter 6 EXPLOITING A PATENT

6-1 Licensing

1. Exclusive licence

2. Giving of ordinary licence

6-2 Transfer of Patent and Licence

1. Assignment

6-3 Establishment of Security inTerests

1. Establishment of a pledge

2. Other uses for security purpose

Chapter 7 CEASING OF THE EFFECT OF PATENT

1. Absence of heirs

2. Abandonment

3. Non-payment of patent fees

4. Expiration of a patent term

5. Unappealable decision of the Appeal Board for invalidation

6. Cancellation of patents by court decision

Chapter 8 CRIMINAL SANCTIONS

1. Offence of infringement

2. Offence of fraud

3. Offence of false marking

4. Offence of perjury

5. Offence of leaking secrets

6. Offence in contravention of a secrecy order

7. Administrative fine

PART II PROCEDURAL LAW

Chapter 9 GENERAL PROVISIONS OF PROCEDURE

1. Parties to the proceedings

2. Succession and continuation of proceedings

3. Interruption and suspension of the proceedings

4. Time period and scheduled date

5. Papers submitted when effective

6. Service of submissions

Chapter 10 APPLICATION AND EXAMINATION PROCEDURE

10-1 Actions by Applicants

1. First to file principle

2. Filing of applications

3. Claiming Paris Convention Priority

4. Request for examination

5. Amendments

6. Division of an application

7. Conversion of applications

8. Claiming domestic priority

9. Withdrawal of applications

10. Abandonment of applications

11. Application for patent relying on a registered Utility Model

12. Application in foreign language documents

13. PCT applications in a foreign language

10-2 Actions of the Patent Office

1. Dismissal of improper proceedings of applicants

2. Publication of applications

3. Action for rejection

4. Final action and registration

Chapter 11 APPEAL BOARD

11-1 Types of Appellate Review

11-2 Procedure before the Appeal

1. Filing of a demand for appellate review

2. Dismissal by a Board decision of a demand for appellate review

3. Dismissal by ruling of the presiding APJ

11-3 Review by the Appeal Board

1. Types of Review

2. Taking of evidence and progress of the proceedings

3. Intervention

4. Notice of conclusion of the review

11-4 Termination of the Proceedings

1. Final decision of the Appeal Board

2. Withdrawal of demand for appellate review

3. Withdrawal of the subject matter

11-5 Rules Applicable to Specific Types of Appellate Reviews

1. Appellate review for reversal of final rejection

2. Appellate review for correction and request for correction

3. Appellate review for invalidation of a patent

4. Appellate review for invalidation of patent term extension

11-6 Appellate Review de novo of an Unappealable Appeal Board Decision

1. Grounds for appellate review de novo

2. Time period for filing a demand for appellate review de novo

3. Parties

4. Scope of review

5. Effect of revived patent

Chapter 12 APPEALING TO THE COURTS

12-1 Appeal for Reversal of the Final Decision of the Appeal Board

1. Outline

2. Jurisdiction

3. Standing to sue and to be sued

4. Time period

5. Scope of review

6. Binding force of the court decision

7. Court decision or ruling for reversal of the decision of the Appeal Board

12-2 Suit for Vacating Actions of the Principal of the Patent Office

1. Jurisdiction and time period

2. Standing to sue

3. Concept of administrative acts

4. Presupposed objection or request for review to the Principal of the Patent Office

12-3 Suit for Declaration of Invalidity of Administrative Acts

12-4 Suit for Increase or Decrease in the Amount of Awarded Royalties

1. Jurisdiction and time period

2. Standing to sue

3. Binding force of the judgment

4. Relationship to presupposed appeal to the Principal of the Patent Office

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