Patent Practice Forms by Peter S. Canelias

List Price: $175.00  Published 8/28/2001
ISBN: 073552727X
    Now you can find the most commonly-used forms in patent work quickly and easily in Patent Practice Forms, the single-volume guide that gives you a time-saving head start to any drafting assignment relating to patent prosecution, litigation and opinion work.      
    Canelias includes more than 240 frequently- used forms. These practice-tested sample documents are grouped and numbered according to the major areas of patent work: patent applications, patent prosecution, appeals and reissues, pleadings, discovery, motion practice, trials, remedies and opinions. Not only does Patent Practice Forms give you model documents that save time and effort, it helps you identify special considerations that must be addressed when dealing with: Design Patents in conjunction with trademark and trade dress issues:
  •  Discovery Forms including document requests and interrogatories which highlight the relevant areas for inquiry in a patent case
  • Motion forms addressing bifurcation of trial, antitrust (Walker Process claims), motions in limine to preclude expert testimony, and Markman claim construction
  • Trials and Jury Instructions and the need for "particularized testimony and linking arguments"
  • Petitions and Affidavits including affidavits in support of one or more of the accepted "secondary considerations" indicating non-obviousness, and petitions for filing a patent application by assignee, rather than the actual inventor
  • Protective Orders to prevent unauthorized disclosure of confidential information, and relating to the timing of designation of information as confidential
  • Opinions of patentability of an invention, infringement and validity of an issued patent by a product, a "right to use" opinion, and opinions specifically directed to design patents and their special test for validity and infringement
  • Appeals from the PTO, including a form of appeal brief to the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences from a final rejection of applicant's claims
  • Orders to Show Cause used in motions for injuctive relief or to stay a judgment pending appeal.

 


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