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ミューラーの米国特許法

Mueller on Patent Law

Janice M. Mueller; Co-Founder and Instructor of Chisum Patent Academy, Inc.

2 vols. Looseleaf. 2012 to date.(追録年1回)

Aspen Publishers. ISBN: 9781454818533(set)

2巻セット ¥128,295
各巻 ¥72,916

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特許改正法(America Invents Act)後の米国特許法の実務的側面を包括的に解説。新規性、有用性、自明性、二重特許、優先権など、プロセキューションの要点を解説する特許性・有効性編(第1巻)と、特許侵害およびその弁護と救済、クレーム解釈などを扱うエンフォースメント編(第2巻)より構成されています。 *分売可能。

【Table of Contents】

Volume 1: Patentability & Validity

Chapter 1 - Basic Principles

§ 1.01 Patents in Context

§ 1.02 The Right to Exclude Conveyed by a Patent

§ 1.03 Policy Justifications for Patent Protection

§ 1.04 Economics of the Patent System

§ 1.05 The Term of a Patent

§ 1.06 Sources of U.S. Patent Law

§ 1.07 Government Entities in the Patent System

Chapter 2 - Patent Claims

§ 2.01 Introduction

§ 2.02 Components of Patent Claims

§ 2.03 Dependent Patent Claims

§ 2.04 Definiteness Requirement

§ 2.05 Specialized Claiming Formats

Chapter 3 - Patent-Eligible Subject Matter

§ 3.01 Introduction

§ 3.02 Processes within §101

§ 3.03 Machines within §101

§ 3.04 Compositions of Matter within §101

§ 3.05 Manufactures within §101

§ 3.06 Non-Eligible Subject Matter

§ 3.07 Remedies Exclusion for Medical/Surgical Procedures

Chapter 4 - The Enablement Requirement

§ 4.01 Introduction

§ 4.02 Undue Experimentation

§ 4.03 Nascent and After-Arising Technologies

Chapter 5 - Best Mode Requirement

§ 5.01 2011 Legislative Scale-Back of the Best Mode Requirement

§ 5.02 Best Mode as Enablement-Plus

§ 5.03 Unclear Policy Objectives

§ 5.04 No Best Mode Obligation in Many Foreign Countries

§ 5.05 Best Mode Compliance and Foreign Priority Claims

§ 5.06 Two-Step Analysis

§ 5.07 Scope of the Best Mode Disclosure versus Scope of the Claims

Chapter 6 - Written Description of the Invention Requirement

§ 6.01 The Varied Meanings of "Written Description"

§ 6.02 Priority Policing Mechanism

§ 6.03 Policy Rationale

§ 6.04 "Inventor in Possession" Test

§ 6.05 Written Description Versus Enablement

§ 6.06 Traditional "Time Gap" Situations Invoking Written Description Scrutiny

§ 6.07 Federal Circuit's Expansion of the Written Description Requirement

§ 6.08 Conclusion

Chapter 7 - Novelty and No Loss of Right

§ 7.01 Statutory Basis: 35 U.S.C. §102

§ 7.02 Anticipation

§ 7.03 Inherent Anticipation

§ 7.04 Enablement Standard for Anticipatory Prior Art

§ 7.05 Anticipation under §102(a)

§ 7.06 Loss of Right/Statutory Bars under §102(b)

§ 7.07 Abandonment under §102(c)

§ 7.08 Foreign Patenting Bar of §102(d)

§ 7.09 Description in Another’s Earlier-Filed Patent Application under 35 U.S.C. §102(e)

§ 7.10 Originality Requirement and Derivation under §102(f)

§ 7.11 Prior Invention under §102(g)

Chapter 7A - Novelty and Priority [Post-America Invents Act of 2011]

Chapter Explanatory Note

§ 7A.01 Statutory Text: Post-AIA 35 U.S.C. §102

§ 7A.02 Sense of Congress and Legislative History for Post-AIA 35 U.S.C. §102

§ 7A.03 Prior Art under Post-AIA 35 U.S.C. §102(a)

§7A.04 Novelty-Preserving Exceptions under Post-AIA 35 U.S.C. §102(b)

§ 7A.05 Effective Date for AIA §3 "First Inventor to File" Amendments

§ 7A.06 Common Ownership under Joint Research Agreements

Chapter 8 - Inventorship

§ 8.01 Originality Requirement

§ 8.02 The Process of Inventing

§ 8.03 Joint Inventors

§ 8.04 Correction of Inventorship

§ 8.05 Derivation

Chapter 9 - The Nonobviousness Requirement

§ 9.01 Statutory Basis: 35 U.S.C. §103

§ 9.02 Historical Background

§ 9.03 Graham Factor (1): Level of Ordinary Skill in the Art

§ 9.04 Graham Factor (2): Scope and Content of the Prior Art

§ 9.05 Graham Factor (3): Differences between Claimed Invention and Prior Art

§ 9.06 Graham Factor (4): Secondary Considerations

§ 9.07 Combining Prior Art Disclosures

§ 9.08 Nonobviousness in the 21st Century: KSR v. Teleflex (U.S. 2007)

§ 9.09 The Prima Facie Case of Obviousness

§ 9.10 Federal Circuit's Standards of Review for §103 Determinations

§ 9.11 Biotechnological Processes: Section 103(b)

Chapter 10 - The Utility Requirement

§ 10.01 Statutory Basis: 35 U.S.C. §101

§ 10.02 Practical/Real-World Utility

§ 10.03 Historical Development

§ 10.04 Federal Circuit Examples

§ 10.05 USPTO Examination Guidelines on Utility

§ 10.06 Inoperability

§ 10.07 Immoral or Deceptive Inventions

§ 10.08 Utility Versus How-to-Use Requirement of §112, ¶ 1

Chapter 11 - Patent Prosecution Procedures in the USPTO

§ 11.01 Introduction

§ 11.02 Filing the Patent Application

§ 11.03 Examination by the USPTO

§ 11.04 Patent Issuance

§ 11.05 Patent Term Adjustment

§ 11.06 Publication of Pending Nonprovisional Applications

§ 11.07 Continuing Application Practice

§ 11.08 Claiming Foreign Priority

§ 11.09 Appeals to the USPTO Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences

§ 11.10 Civil Actions for a Patent

§ 11.11 Sample Office Action and Applicant's Response

§ 11.12 Sample Patent and its Components

Chapter 12 - Double Patenting

§ 12.01 Introduction

§ 12.02 Two Types of Double Patenting

§ 12.03 Policy Bases

§ 12.04 Foundational Case Study

§ 12.05 Twenty-Year Patent Term Did Not Eliminate Double Patenting Concerns

§ 12.06 How Double Patenting Differs from Anticipation and Obviousness

§ 12.07 Proper Use of the Disclosure to Interpret the Claims

§ 12.08 Improper Use of the Disclosure as Prior Art

§ 12.09 Use of Terminal Disclaimer to Overcome Obviousness-Type Double Patenting

§ 12.10 One-Way versus Two-Way Test for Obviousness-Type Double Patenting

Volume 2: Patent Enforcement

Chapter 13. Federal Court Jurisdiction and Procedure

§13.01 U.S. District Courts

§13.02 U.S. International Trade Commission

§13.03 U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

§13.04 Supreme Court Review

§13.05 Standing to Sue for Patent Infringement

§13.06 Patent Declaratory Judgment Actions

Chapter 14. Analytical Framework for Patent Infringement

§14.01 Statutory Basis: 35 U.S.C. § 271

§14.02 Direct Versus Indirect Infringement

§14.03 Territoriality Aspects of § 271

§14.04 Temporal Aspects of §271

§14.05 Two-Step Analysis for Patent Infringement

Chapter 15. Patent Claim Interpretation

§15.01 The Central Role of Patent Claims

§15.02 Judge Versus Jury as Interpreter

§15.03 Evidentiary Hierarchy for Claim Interpretation

§15.04 Canons of Patent Claim Interpretation

§15.05 Prosecution Disclaimer or Disavowal

§15.06 Interpreting Preamble Language

§15.07 Federal Circuit Review of Claim Interpretation Decisions

Chapter 16. Comparing the Properly Interpreted Claims to the Accused Device

§16.01 Introduction

§16.02 Literal Infringement

§16.03 Infringement under the Doctrine of Equivalents

§16.04 Reverse Doctrine of Equivalents

§16.05 Legal Limitations on the Doctrine of Equivalents

§16.06 Infringement of Means-Plus-Function Claim Elements

Chapter 17. Indirect Infringement

§17.01 Introduction

§17.02 Inducing Infringement under § 271(b)

§17.03 Contributory Infringement under § 271(c)

Chapter 18. Specialized Categories of Infringement

§18.01 Drug Marketing Application Filings under 35 U.S.C. § 271(e)

§18.02 Component Exports under 35 U.S.C. § 271(f)

§18.03 Importation under 35 U.S.C. § 271(g)

Chapter 19. Defenses to Patent Infringement

§19.01 Introduction

§19.02 Noninfringement

§19.03 Absence of Liability for Infringement

§19.04 Unenforceability §19.05 Invalidity

§19.06 Antitrust Counterclaims in Patent Cases

Chapter 20. Remedies for Patent Infringement

§20.01 Introduction

§20.02 Injunctions

§20.03 Ongoing Royalties for Future Infringement

§20.04 Damages for Past Infringement

§20.05 Enhanced Damages and Willful Infringement

§20.06 Attorney Fees in Exceptional Cases

§20.07 Rule 11 Sanctions

§20.08 Prejudgment Interest

§20.09 Costs

§20.10 Patent Marking

§20.11 Provisional Compensation Remedy

§20.12 Time Limitation on Damages Recovery

Chapter 21. Correcting Patents in the USPTO (Reissue and Reexamination)

§21.01 Introduction

§21.02 Certificates of Correction

§21.03 Reissue

§21.04 Disclaimer under § 253

§21.05 Reexamination

§21.06 Reexamination Compared to Reissue

Chapter 22. Challenging Patents in the USPTO (Inter Partes and Post-Grant Review)

§22.01 Introduction

§22.02 Inter Partes Review

§22.03 Post-Grant Review

§22.04 Transition Program for Covered Business Methods

Chapter 23. Design Patents

§23.01 Introduction

§23.02 Requirements for Design Patentability

§23.03 Enforcement of Design Patents

§23.04 Remedies for Infringement of Design Patents

Chapter 24. Plant Patents

§24.01 Historical Development

§24.02 Statutory Basis: 35 U.S.C. § 161

§24.03 Requirements for Patentability

§24.04 Enforcement of Plant Patents

Chapter 25. International Patenting Issues

§25.01 Introduction

§25.02 The Paris Convention

§25.03 The Patent Cooperation Treaty

§25.04 The World Trade Organization’s Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS)

§25.05 Patent Harmonization Issues

§25.06 Industrial Applicability Requirement of Foreign Patent Systems

§25.07 Gray Market Patented Goods

§25.08 Enforcement of Foreign Patents in U.S. Court

§25.09 Obtaining and Enforcing Patents in Europe

 

Glossary

Table of Cases

Index