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Editors: Sophie E. Caldwell
Book Description:
Congressional interest in patent policy and possible patent reform has expanded as the importance of intellectual property to innovation has increased. Patent ownership is perceived as an incentive to the technological advancement that leads to economic growth. However, growing interest in patents has been accompanied by persistent concerns about the fairness and effectiveness of the current system. This book provides an overview of current patent reform issues and offers a summary of the structure of the current patent system and the role of patents in innovation policy. The book also examines some of the broader issues and concerns, including patent quality, the high costs of patent litigation, international harmonization, and speculation in patents that have motivated legislated reform proposals.

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Table of Contents:

The Bayh-Dole Act: Selected Issues in Patent Policy and the Commercialization of Technology, pp. 1-25
(Wendy H. Schacht, Specialist in Science and Technology Policy)

The Design and Implementation of Patent Revocation Proceedings: Innovation Issues, pp. 27-45
(John R. Thomas, Visiting Scholar)

The Value of a Second Bite at the Apple: The Effect of Patent Dispute Settlements on Entry and Consumer Welfare, pp. 47-64
(Joel Schrag, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission)

Current Issues in Patentable Subject Matter: Business Methods, Tax Planning Methods, and Genetic Materials, pp. 65-81
(John R. Thomas, Visiting Scholar)

Information on the Government's Right to Assert Ownership Control over Federally Funded Inventions, pp. 83-98
(U.S. Government Accountability Office)

Patent "Evergreening": Issues in Innovation and Competition, pp. 99-111
(John R. Thomas, Visiting Scholar)

Patent Reform in the 111th Congress: Innovation Issues, pp. 113-154
(Wendy H. Schacht, Specialist in Science and Technology Policy, and John R. Thomas)

Patent Reform: Issues in the Biomedical and Software Industries, pp. 155-166
(Wendy H. Schact, Specialist in Science and Technology Policy)

Patent-Eligibility of Process Claims under Section 101 of the Patent Act: Bilski v. Kappos, pp. 167-177
(Brian T. Yeh, Legislative Attorney)

Patents on Tax Strategies: Issues in Intellectual Property and Innovation, pp. 179-197
(John R. Thomas)

An Overview of Recent U.S. Supreme Court Jurisprudence in Patent Law, pp. 199-221
(Brian T. Yeh, Legislative Attorney)

U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Reforms: Regulatory Impacts upon Innovation and Competition, pp. 223-238
(John R. Thomas)

Index pp.239-245

      Intellectual Property in the 21st Century
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 245.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-635-2
   Status: AV
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