Fundamentals of patenting and licensing for scientists and engineers

Key Features:Written by a scientist in an easy-to-understand language without requiring prior knowledge about intellectual property lawHelps inventors to get the most valuable patent by illustrating tips and pitfalls in inventing, patent filing, patent prosecution and insights in future licensingInc...

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Authors and Corporations: Ma, Matthew Y. (Author)
Edition:Online-Ausg.
Type of Resource: E-Book
Language:English
published:
New Jersey; London; Singapore; Beijing; Shanghai; Hong Kong; Taipei; Chennai: World Scientific, [2009]
Series: Ebrary online
Subjects:
Source:Verbunddaten SWB
Subject: DK 347.77
DK 347.77.043
DK 608
DK 608.3
DK 50
DK 62
QP 215
ISBN:9789812834317
9812834311
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Summary: Key Features:Written by a scientist in an easy-to-understand language without requiring prior knowledge about intellectual property lawHelps inventors to get the most valuable patent by illustrating tips and pitfalls in inventing, patent filing, patent prosecution and insights in future licensingIncludes case studies on how the usability of a patent depends on the broadness of claims, the clearness of patent specification and the cleanness of prosecution history.
Contents -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgment -- About the Author -- PART 1 The Basics -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Ideas to Assets: Patent Value Chain -- 1.2 The Scope and Organization of This Book -- Chapter 2 Common Misconceptions About Patents -- 2.1 Exclusive Right -- 2.1.1 What is Exclusive Right? -- 2.1.2 Exclusive Right and Infringement -- 2.1.3 Infringement and Patentability -- 2.2 A Single Patent Protection Scheme -- 2.3 Trade Secret vs. Patenting -- 2.4 Patents vs. Publications -- 2.5 Best Mode vs. Protection -- 2.6 A First Glance at Attorney's Draft -- 2.7 Patent Maturity Date -- Chapter 3 What You Should Know About Patent Laws and Rules -- 3.1 The System of Patent Laws and Rules -- 3.1.1 Patent Law -- 3.1.2 Patent Rule -- 3.1.3 MPEP -- 3.2 Types of Patents -- 3.3 Patent Dates -- 3.4 Eligibility of Priority Date -- 3.5 Patentability -- 3.5.1 Patentable Subject Matter -- 3.5.2 Conditions for Patentability -- 3.6 True Inventorship -- 3.6.1 Inventorship as Legal Issue -- 3.6.2 Case Studies of Inventorship -- 3.6.3 Other Influence of Inventorship -- 3.7 Patent Ownership -- 3.7.1 Patent Ownership and Assignment -- 3.7.2 Patent Owner's Rights -- 3.7.3 Inventor's Declaration and Rights -- 3.8 Accelerated Examination -- 3.9 Enablement and Best Mode -- 3.10 Patent Search -- 3.11 Duty of Disclosure -- 3.12 No New Matter After the Disclosure is Filed -- 3.13 International Treaty -- 3.13.1 Paris Convention -- 3.13.2 Patent Cooperation Treaty -- PART 2 Fundamentals in Patenting -- Chapter 4 How to Read a Patent -- 4.1 Anatomy of a Patent -- 4.1.1 Patent Cover Page -- 4.1.2 Patent Drawings -- 4.1.3 Patent Specification -- 4.1.4 Patent Claims -- 4.2 Find Your Easiest Entry Point - A First Glance -- 4.3 Understand Embodiments of a Patent -- 4.4 Understand Claims -- 4.4.1 Patent Claim Basics -- 4.4.2 Patent Claim Structure.
Item Description: Description based upon print version of record
Dateiformat Volltext: PDF
Physical Description: 1 Online-Ressource (xxiii, 265 Seiten)
ISBN: 9789812834317
9812834311