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The Resource Intellectual property in the new technological age, Robert P. Merges, Peter S. Menell, Mark A. Lemley

Intellectual property in the new technological age, Robert P. Merges, Peter S. Menell, Mark A. Lemley

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Intellectual property in the new technological age
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Intellectual property in the new technological age
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Robert P. Merges, Peter S. Menell, Mark A. Lemley
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KF2979
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.I432 2000
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1966-
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  • Menell, Peter Seth
  • Lemley, Mark A.
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  • Intellectual property
  • Technological innovations
  • Propriété intellectuelle
  • Innovations
  • Intellectual property
  • Technological innovations
  • United States
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Intellectual property in the new technological age, Robert P. Merges, Peter S. Menell, Mark A. Lemley
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  • Revised edition of: Intellectual property in the new technological age / Robert P. Merges [and others]. c1997
  • Accompanied by: Case and statutory supplements
Accompanying material
teacher's manual
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxxi-xxxii) and index
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text
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txt
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Contents
  • Personhood Perspective
  • Parke-Davis and Co. v. H.K. Mulford Co.
  • Note on Patenting "Abstract Ideas"
  • Note on Patenting Business Methods and "Printed Matter"
  • 2.
  • Utility
  • Brenner v. Manson
  • Note on Different Types of Utility
  • 3.
  • Novelty and Statutory Bars
  • 35 U.S.C. [section]102. Conditions for Patentability; Novelty and Loss of Right to Patent
  • Margaret Jane Radin, Property and Personhood
  • a.
  • Nature of Novelty
  • Rosaire v. National Lead Co.
  • Note on the Inherency Doctrine
  • b.
  • Statutory Bars: Publications
  • In re Hall
  • c.
  • Statutory Bars: Public Use
  • Egbert v. Lippmann
  • 3.
  • d.
  • Experimental Use Exception
  • City of Elizabeth v. Pavement Co.
  • e.
  • Priority Rules and the First to Invent
  • 35 U.S.C. [section]102(g). Novelty and Loss of Right
  • Griffith v. Kanamaru
  • Note on the GATT Amendments
  • 4.
  • Nonobviousness
  • Utilitarian/Economic Incentive Perspective
  • Graham v. John Deere Co.
  • a.
  • Combining References
  • In re Vaeck
  • b.
  • "Secondary" Considerations
  • 5.
  • Describing and Enabling the Invention
  • Incandescent Lamp Patent
  • Note on the Written Description Requirement
  • B.
  • Gentry Gallery v. The Berkline Corp.
  • Note on "Analog" Claims in Chemical and Biotechnology Patents: An Exploration of Patent Breadth
  • C.
  • Infringement
  • 1.
  • Claim Interpretation
  • a.
  • Interpretive Sources
  • i.
  • Claim Language
  • Overview of Intellectual Property
  • ii.
  • Patent Specification
  • iii.
  • Prosecution History
  • iv.
  • Extrinsic Evidence
  • b.
  • Canons of Construction
  • i.
  • Claim-Specification Relationship
  • 1.
  • ii.
  • Patentee as Lexicographer
  • iii.
  • Claim Differentiation
  • iv.
  • Presumptive Breadth
  • c.
  • Interpretive Procedures
  • Note on the Proper Role of Judge and Jury in Patent Cases
  • 2.
  • Trade Secret
  • Literal Infringement
  • Larami Corp. v. Amron
  • 3.
  • Doctrine of Equivalents
  • Graver Tank and Mfg. v. Linde Air Products
  • Warner-Jenkinson Co. v. Hilton Davis Chem. Co., Inc.
  • Note: What Is an Element?
  • Note on the Problem of Later-Developed Technologies
  • 4.
  • "Reverse" Doctrine of Equivalents
  • 2.
  • 5.
  • Equivalents for Means-Plus-Function Claims
  • 6.
  • Contributory Infringement
  • C.R. Bard, Inc. v. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems Inc.
  • Note on Inducement
  • D.
  • Defenses
  • 1.
  • "Experimental Use" Defense
  • Patent
  • 2.
  • Inequitable Conduct
  • Kingsdown Medical Consultants, Ltd. v. Hollister Inc.
  • 3.
  • Patent Misuse
  • Motion Picture Patents Company v. Universal Film Manufacturing Company et al.
  • 35 U.S.C. [section]271(d). Infringement of Patent
  • Note on the Scope of the Patent Misuse Doctrine
  • E.
  • International Patent Law
  • 1.
  • 3.
  • 1.
  • Procedural Rules
  • 2.
  • Substantive Harmonization and GATT-TRIPs
  • F.
  • Remedies
  • 1.
  • Injunctions
  • H.H. Robertson Co. v. United Steel Deck
  • 2.
  • Copyright
  • Damages: Reasonable Royalty and Lost Profits
  • Note on the Frontiers of Lost Profits Damages
  • G.
  • Design and Plant Patents
  • 1.
  • Design Patents
  • a.
  • Introduction
  • b.
  • Requirements for Patentability
  • 4.
  • i.
  • Novelty
  • ii.
  • Nonobviousness
  • iii.
  • Ornamentality
  • iv.
  • Functionality
  • c.
  • Claim Requirements and Procedure
  • Trademark/Trade Dress
  • d.
  • Infringement
  • 2.
  • Plant Patents
  • a.
  • Plant Patent Act
  • b.
  • Plant Variety Protection Act
  • 4.
  • Copyright Law
  • 2.
  • A.
  • Introduction
  • 1.
  • Brief History of Copyright Protection
  • 2.
  • Overview of the Copyright Regime
  • 3.
  • Philosophical Perspectives on Copyright Protection
  • B.
  • Requirements
  • Trade Secret Protection
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]102. Subject Matter of Copyright
  • 1.
  • Original Works of Authorship
  • H.R. Rep. No. 94-1476 (1976)
  • Feist Publications v. Rural Telephone Service
  • 2.
  • Fixation in a Tangible Medium of Expression
  • H.R. Rep. No. 94-1476 (1976)
  • 3.
  • Formalities
  • A.
  • a.
  • Notice
  • b.
  • Publication
  • c.
  • Registration
  • d.
  • Deposit
  • Note on the Restoration of Foreign Copyrighted Works
  • C.
  • Introduction
  • Copyrightable Subject Matter
  • 1.
  • Limitations on Copyrightability: Distinguishing Function and Expression
  • a.
  • Idea-Expression Dichotomy
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]102(b). Subject Matter of Copyright: In General
  • Baker v. Selden
  • Morrissey v. Procter and Gamble
  • b.
  • Useful Article Doctrine
  • 1.
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]101. Pictorial, Graphic, and Sculptural Works
  • H.R. Rep. No. 94-1476, 94th Cong., 2d Sess., 47, 54-55 (1976)
  • Brandir International, Inc. v. Cascade Pacific Lumber Co.
  • c.
  • Government Works
  • 2.
  • Domain and Scope of Copyright Protection
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]102. Subject Matter of Copyright: In General
  • H.R. Rep. No. 94-1476, 94th Cong., 2d Sess. (1976)
  • a.
  • History
  • Literary Works
  • b.
  • Pictorial, Graphic, and Sculptural Works
  • c.
  • Architectural Works
  • d.
  • Dramatic, Pantomime, and Choreographic Works
  • e.
  • Musical Works and Sound Recordings
  • f.
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • Motion Pictures and Other Audiovisual Works
  • g.
  • Derivative Works and Compilations
  • Roth Greeting Cards v. United Card Co.
  • Note on the Rights of Authors and Publishers in Electronic Compilations
  • D.
  • Ownership and Duration
  • 1.
  • Initial Ownership of Copyrights
  • a.
  • Overview of Trade Secret Protection
  • Works for Hire
  • Community for Creative Non-Violence et al. v. Reid
  • b.
  • Joint Works
  • c.
  • Collective Works
  • Problems
  • 2.
  • Duration and Renewal
  • 3.
  • Uniform Trade Secrets Act, with 1985 Amendments
  • Division, Transfer, and Termination of Transfers
  • a.
  • Division and Transfer of Copyright Interests Under the 1909 Act
  • b.
  • Division and Transfer of Copyright Interests Under the 1976 Act
  • c.
  • Termination of Transfers
  • E.
  • Rights of Copyright Owners
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]106. Exclusive Rights in Copyrighted Works
  • 3.
  • 1.
  • Right to Make Copies
  • a.
  • Copying
  • Arnstein v. Porter
  • b.
  • Improper Appropriation
  • Nichols v. Universal Pictures Corp
  • Steinberg v. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
  • Limitations on the Exclusive Right to Copy
  • Theory of Trade Secrets
  • 2.
  • Right to Prepare Derivative Works
  • B.
  • Subject Matter
  • 1.
  • Defining Trade Secrets
  • Metallurgical Industries, Inc. v. Fourtek, Inc.
  • A.
  • 2.
  • Reasonable Efforts to Maintain Secrecy
  • Rockwell Graphic Systems, Inc. v. DEV Industries, Inc.
  • Note on Fencing Costs and Trade Secrets
  • 3.
  • Disclosure of Trade Secrets
  • C.
  • Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
  • 1.
  • Improper Means
  • Philosophical Perspectives
  • E.I. duPont de Nemours and Co. v. Rolfe Christopher
  • 2.
  • Confidential Relationship
  • Smith v. Dravo Corp.
  • 3.
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Chicago Lock Co. v. Fanberg
  • 4.
  • Special Case of Departing Employees
  • a.
  • 1.
  • Can Employees "Raid" Their Company?
  • b.
  • Right to Compete
  • Note on the "Inevitable Disclosure" of Trade Secrets
  • c.
  • Can Employees Take Their Own Inventions?
  • Wexler v. Greenberg
  • Note on the Common Law Obligation to Assign Inventions
  • Note on Trailer Clauses
  • D.
  • Natural Rights Perspective
  • Agreements to Keep Secrets
  • Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Co. v. Reynolds, Inc.
  • E.
  • Remedies
  • Uniform Trade Secrets Act, [sections]2-4
  • 1.
  • Injunctions
  • K-2 Ski Co. v. Head Ski Co., Inc.
  • Note on Criminal Trade Secrets Statutes
  • Note on Federal Criminal Liability for Trade Secret Misappropriation
  • John Locke, Two Treatises on Government
  • 3.
  • Patent Law
  • A.
  • Introduction
  • 1.
  • Historical Background
  • 2.
  • Overview of the Patent Laws
  • a.
  • Requirements for Patentability
  • 2.
  • b.
  • Rights Conferred by a Patent
  • Note on the Procedures for Obtaining a Patent
  • 3.
  • Theories of Patent Law
  • B.
  • Elements of Patentability
  • 1.
  • Patentable Subject Matter
  • Diamond v. Chakrabarty
Dimensions
25 cm +
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
xxxii, 1224 pages
Isbn
9780735512269
Lccn
99089259
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)43036904
Label
Intellectual property in the new technological age, Robert P. Merges, Peter S. Menell, Mark A. Lemley
Publication
Note
  • Revised edition of: Intellectual property in the new technological age / Robert P. Merges [and others]. c1997
  • Accompanied by: Case and statutory supplements
Accompanying material
teacher's manual
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages xxxi-xxxii) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Personhood Perspective
  • Parke-Davis and Co. v. H.K. Mulford Co.
  • Note on Patenting "Abstract Ideas"
  • Note on Patenting Business Methods and "Printed Matter"
  • 2.
  • Utility
  • Brenner v. Manson
  • Note on Different Types of Utility
  • 3.
  • Novelty and Statutory Bars
  • 35 U.S.C. [section]102. Conditions for Patentability; Novelty and Loss of Right to Patent
  • Margaret Jane Radin, Property and Personhood
  • a.
  • Nature of Novelty
  • Rosaire v. National Lead Co.
  • Note on the Inherency Doctrine
  • b.
  • Statutory Bars: Publications
  • In re Hall
  • c.
  • Statutory Bars: Public Use
  • Egbert v. Lippmann
  • 3.
  • d.
  • Experimental Use Exception
  • City of Elizabeth v. Pavement Co.
  • e.
  • Priority Rules and the First to Invent
  • 35 U.S.C. [section]102(g). Novelty and Loss of Right
  • Griffith v. Kanamaru
  • Note on the GATT Amendments
  • 4.
  • Nonobviousness
  • Utilitarian/Economic Incentive Perspective
  • Graham v. John Deere Co.
  • a.
  • Combining References
  • In re Vaeck
  • b.
  • "Secondary" Considerations
  • 5.
  • Describing and Enabling the Invention
  • Incandescent Lamp Patent
  • Note on the Written Description Requirement
  • B.
  • Gentry Gallery v. The Berkline Corp.
  • Note on "Analog" Claims in Chemical and Biotechnology Patents: An Exploration of Patent Breadth
  • C.
  • Infringement
  • 1.
  • Claim Interpretation
  • a.
  • Interpretive Sources
  • i.
  • Claim Language
  • Overview of Intellectual Property
  • ii.
  • Patent Specification
  • iii.
  • Prosecution History
  • iv.
  • Extrinsic Evidence
  • b.
  • Canons of Construction
  • i.
  • Claim-Specification Relationship
  • 1.
  • ii.
  • Patentee as Lexicographer
  • iii.
  • Claim Differentiation
  • iv.
  • Presumptive Breadth
  • c.
  • Interpretive Procedures
  • Note on the Proper Role of Judge and Jury in Patent Cases
  • 2.
  • Trade Secret
  • Literal Infringement
  • Larami Corp. v. Amron
  • 3.
  • Doctrine of Equivalents
  • Graver Tank and Mfg. v. Linde Air Products
  • Warner-Jenkinson Co. v. Hilton Davis Chem. Co., Inc.
  • Note: What Is an Element?
  • Note on the Problem of Later-Developed Technologies
  • 4.
  • "Reverse" Doctrine of Equivalents
  • 2.
  • 5.
  • Equivalents for Means-Plus-Function Claims
  • 6.
  • Contributory Infringement
  • C.R. Bard, Inc. v. Advanced Cardiovascular Systems Inc.
  • Note on Inducement
  • D.
  • Defenses
  • 1.
  • "Experimental Use" Defense
  • Patent
  • 2.
  • Inequitable Conduct
  • Kingsdown Medical Consultants, Ltd. v. Hollister Inc.
  • 3.
  • Patent Misuse
  • Motion Picture Patents Company v. Universal Film Manufacturing Company et al.
  • 35 U.S.C. [section]271(d). Infringement of Patent
  • Note on the Scope of the Patent Misuse Doctrine
  • E.
  • International Patent Law
  • 1.
  • 3.
  • 1.
  • Procedural Rules
  • 2.
  • Substantive Harmonization and GATT-TRIPs
  • F.
  • Remedies
  • 1.
  • Injunctions
  • H.H. Robertson Co. v. United Steel Deck
  • 2.
  • Copyright
  • Damages: Reasonable Royalty and Lost Profits
  • Note on the Frontiers of Lost Profits Damages
  • G.
  • Design and Plant Patents
  • 1.
  • Design Patents
  • a.
  • Introduction
  • b.
  • Requirements for Patentability
  • 4.
  • i.
  • Novelty
  • ii.
  • Nonobviousness
  • iii.
  • Ornamentality
  • iv.
  • Functionality
  • c.
  • Claim Requirements and Procedure
  • Trademark/Trade Dress
  • d.
  • Infringement
  • 2.
  • Plant Patents
  • a.
  • Plant Patent Act
  • b.
  • Plant Variety Protection Act
  • 4.
  • Copyright Law
  • 2.
  • A.
  • Introduction
  • 1.
  • Brief History of Copyright Protection
  • 2.
  • Overview of the Copyright Regime
  • 3.
  • Philosophical Perspectives on Copyright Protection
  • B.
  • Requirements
  • Trade Secret Protection
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]102. Subject Matter of Copyright
  • 1.
  • Original Works of Authorship
  • H.R. Rep. No. 94-1476 (1976)
  • Feist Publications v. Rural Telephone Service
  • 2.
  • Fixation in a Tangible Medium of Expression
  • H.R. Rep. No. 94-1476 (1976)
  • 3.
  • Formalities
  • A.
  • a.
  • Notice
  • b.
  • Publication
  • c.
  • Registration
  • d.
  • Deposit
  • Note on the Restoration of Foreign Copyrighted Works
  • C.
  • Introduction
  • Copyrightable Subject Matter
  • 1.
  • Limitations on Copyrightability: Distinguishing Function and Expression
  • a.
  • Idea-Expression Dichotomy
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]102(b). Subject Matter of Copyright: In General
  • Baker v. Selden
  • Morrissey v. Procter and Gamble
  • b.
  • Useful Article Doctrine
  • 1.
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]101. Pictorial, Graphic, and Sculptural Works
  • H.R. Rep. No. 94-1476, 94th Cong., 2d Sess., 47, 54-55 (1976)
  • Brandir International, Inc. v. Cascade Pacific Lumber Co.
  • c.
  • Government Works
  • 2.
  • Domain and Scope of Copyright Protection
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]102. Subject Matter of Copyright: In General
  • H.R. Rep. No. 94-1476, 94th Cong., 2d Sess. (1976)
  • a.
  • History
  • Literary Works
  • b.
  • Pictorial, Graphic, and Sculptural Works
  • c.
  • Architectural Works
  • d.
  • Dramatic, Pantomime, and Choreographic Works
  • e.
  • Musical Works and Sound Recordings
  • f.
  • Introduction
  • 2.
  • Motion Pictures and Other Audiovisual Works
  • g.
  • Derivative Works and Compilations
  • Roth Greeting Cards v. United Card Co.
  • Note on the Rights of Authors and Publishers in Electronic Compilations
  • D.
  • Ownership and Duration
  • 1.
  • Initial Ownership of Copyrights
  • a.
  • Overview of Trade Secret Protection
  • Works for Hire
  • Community for Creative Non-Violence et al. v. Reid
  • b.
  • Joint Works
  • c.
  • Collective Works
  • Problems
  • 2.
  • Duration and Renewal
  • 3.
  • Uniform Trade Secrets Act, with 1985 Amendments
  • Division, Transfer, and Termination of Transfers
  • a.
  • Division and Transfer of Copyright Interests Under the 1909 Act
  • b.
  • Division and Transfer of Copyright Interests Under the 1976 Act
  • c.
  • Termination of Transfers
  • E.
  • Rights of Copyright Owners
  • 17 U.S.C. [section]106. Exclusive Rights in Copyrighted Works
  • 3.
  • 1.
  • Right to Make Copies
  • a.
  • Copying
  • Arnstein v. Porter
  • b.
  • Improper Appropriation
  • Nichols v. Universal Pictures Corp
  • Steinberg v. Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.
  • Limitations on the Exclusive Right to Copy
  • Theory of Trade Secrets
  • 2.
  • Right to Prepare Derivative Works
  • B.
  • Subject Matter
  • 1.
  • Defining Trade Secrets
  • Metallurgical Industries, Inc. v. Fourtek, Inc.
  • A.
  • 2.
  • Reasonable Efforts to Maintain Secrecy
  • Rockwell Graphic Systems, Inc. v. DEV Industries, Inc.
  • Note on Fencing Costs and Trade Secrets
  • 3.
  • Disclosure of Trade Secrets
  • C.
  • Misappropriation of Trade Secrets
  • 1.
  • Improper Means
  • Philosophical Perspectives
  • E.I. duPont de Nemours and Co. v. Rolfe Christopher
  • 2.
  • Confidential Relationship
  • Smith v. Dravo Corp.
  • 3.
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Chicago Lock Co. v. Fanberg
  • 4.
  • Special Case of Departing Employees
  • a.
  • 1.
  • Can Employees "Raid" Their Company?
  • b.
  • Right to Compete
  • Note on the "Inevitable Disclosure" of Trade Secrets
  • c.
  • Can Employees Take Their Own Inventions?
  • Wexler v. Greenberg
  • Note on the Common Law Obligation to Assign Inventions
  • Note on Trailer Clauses
  • D.
  • Natural Rights Perspective
  • Agreements to Keep Secrets
  • Warner-Lambert Pharmaceutical Co. v. Reynolds, Inc.
  • E.
  • Remedies
  • Uniform Trade Secrets Act, [sections]2-4
  • 1.
  • Injunctions
  • K-2 Ski Co. v. Head Ski Co., Inc.
  • Note on Criminal Trade Secrets Statutes
  • Note on Federal Criminal Liability for Trade Secret Misappropriation
  • John Locke, Two Treatises on Government
  • 3.
  • Patent Law
  • A.
  • Introduction
  • 1.
  • Historical Background
  • 2.
  • Overview of the Patent Laws
  • a.
  • Requirements for Patentability
  • 2.
  • b.
  • Rights Conferred by a Patent
  • Note on the Procedures for Obtaining a Patent
  • 3.
  • Theories of Patent Law
  • B.
  • Elements of Patentability
  • 1.
  • Patentable Subject Matter
  • Diamond v. Chakrabarty
Dimensions
25 cm +
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
xxxii, 1224 pages
Isbn
9780735512269
Lccn
99089259
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(OCoLC)43036904

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