Intellectual Property Litigation: Pretrial Practice. Third Edition. Eric M. Dobrusin; Katherine E. White. Wolters Kluwer. 1 Volume. Looseleaf format. Current through May 2019 Update. Ex-private law firm library without any property stamps or marks, very good. Publisher's Price USD 519. Special $195. * This guide offers comprehensive case analysis and a clear framework for streamlining the procedural requirements and issues involved in resolving patent, copyright, or trademark disputes. Provides unparalleled analysis of crucial procedures and guiding case law on key phases of pretrial litigation practice including: preliminary injunction, bifurcation, discovery, summary judgment, and more. Offers cutting-edge, evidence-based practices to establish facts, test the sufficiency of your opponent's case, commit your opponent to a position, and focus the issues toward your advantage. Provides expert guidance and in-depth case analysis to pave your way through complex intellectual property litigation, including: How to use injunctive relief, bifurcation, discovery, and summary judgment to resolve disputes; The best methods for protecting sensitive information from discovery; Recognizing and using the claims and defenses commonly encountered in patent litigation; Recent Federal Circuit and Supreme Court cases on the evolving standards for invalidating patents, and much more.
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