This book sets out governing statutes and rules at the beginning of each chapter and includes sample litigation documents where possible. The casebook begins with discussions of who to sue, where to sue, pleading requirements, discovery, and trial strategy. It then moves into substantive legal issues. The Third Edition includes new material on pharmaceutical litigation under the Hatch-Waxman Act and the most developments in the law of invalidity and infringement. The book next addresses issues surrounding remedies, including injunctive relief (with a discussion of the Supreme Court's eBay decision), contempt proceedings, and damages. Also included are post-trial matters including jury instructions, special verdict forms, the preclusive effect of final judgments, judgment as a matter of law, and new trial motions. Finally, the book covers the appeal process and reexamination and reissue proceedings.... the district court granted summary judgment in favor of Jiffy Lube and eight other defendants (aquot;Participating Defendantsaquot;), ... for the District of Minnesota against Bridgewood, a manufacturer and distributor of transmission service equipment. ... Bridgewood from asserting it did not infringe as a sanction for Bridgewooda#39;s failure to answer an interrogatory seeking the ... District of Minnesota, this time against Jiffy Lube and more than thirty other fast lube businesses, including many small, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Patent Litigation and Strategy|
|Author||:||Kimberly A. Moore, Paul R. Michel, Timothy R. Holbrook|
|Publisher||:||Thomson West - 2008|