|Patent Law and Practice, Third Edition|
|Herbert F. Schwartz|
|2001, 277 pages|
| (Out of Print: Archival Copy on File)|
An overview of U.S. patent law and practice. The author describes the patent application process and discusses defenses to and remedies for patent infringement, providing examples from case law. He also examines the impact of juries on patent litigation and considers ways in which a court can manage patent jury trials.
Patent Law and Practice, Third Edition was published by the Bureau of National Affairs (BNA). The Federal Judicial Center provided free printed copies within the federal judiciary by arrangement with BNA and the author. Copies are no longer available from the Center for distribution within the federal judiciary. This publication is copyrighted by the author.
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