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リプスコムの米国特許クレーム 2017-2018年版 全4巻

Patent Claims, 3rd Edition, 2017-2018 Edition

Ernest Bainbridge Lipscomb III

4 vols. Paper., 2017年10月刊(年1回刊行)

Thomson Reuters (CBC), USA.

¥93,037

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Deller's Patent Claimの名で長年高い評価を得てきた特許クレームの解説書。Markman事件やFesto事件などの重要判例や審査官による解釈など数千に上る事例を分析し、実際に米国において特許クレーム範囲がどのように把握されてきたのかを、歴史的な変遷を交えながら明らかにされています。特許侵害調査や鑑定など実務において参考となる資料です。

【Table of Contents】

Part I. Origin of Patent Claims

1. Evolution of Patent Claims

2. Statutory Requirements for Claims

3. Statutory Classes of Inventions

Part II. Types of Patent Claims

4. Machine Claims

5. Function of a Machine

6. Process Claims

7. Number of Steps to Be Included in Process Claims

8. Operating Conditions Including Temperatures, Pressures, Time Periods and the Like in Process Claims

9. Process and the Material Treated Thereby

10. Definition in Process Claims

11. Claims for a New Manufacture

12. Composition - of - Matter Claims

13. Composition - of - Matter Claims with Respect to Additions of Ingredients Not Enumerated in the Claims

14. References to Relative Proportions of Ingredients in Composition - of - Matter Claims with Relation to Patentability

15. Claims to Single Ingredients and Subcombinations of Ingredients Defining Compositions of Matter

16. Claims for New Chemical Compounds

17. Product Claims with Process Limitations

18. New Use of a Known Process, Machine, Manufacture, Composition of Matter, or Material

Part III. Drafting of Claims

19. General Principles Underlying the Drafting of United States Claims to Secure Adequate Protection

20. Hybrid Claims

21. Broad and Narrow Claims and Their Relationship

22. Combinations

23. Claim Preambles or Introductory Clauses with Relation to Patentability

24. Claim Preambles with Relation to Infringement

25. Selection and Definition of terms Used in Claims

26. Class Definitions in Chemical Cases

27. Functional Expressions

28. Claims with Negative Limitations

29. Alternatives

30. Indefiniteness

31. Markush Claims

32. Jepson Claims

33. Completeness of Claims

34. Multiplicity of Claims

35. Minimum Number of Elements Permissible in Claims

36. Maximum Number of Elements Permissible in Claims and Maximum Number of Claims to Be Incorporated in a Patent

Part IV. Claim Construction

37. General Rules for the Construction of Claims

38. Expansion of the Patented Claims Beyond Their Literal Meaning

39. Contraction of the Claims of an Issued Patent within Their Literal Terms

40. Limitation of Claims by Court Interpretation