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Innovation and Invention: A Patent Landscape

Abstract

The patent system is introduced to the non-legal professional by reviewing the historical justification for having a patent system and foundations of the U.S. patent system, contrasting patents with trade secrets, exploring invention requirements for obtaining a patent, and reviewing the patent application process, international patent protection, and the elements of infringement, validity, and enforcement through litigation.

Type

Case

Author(s)

James Gerard Conley, David Orozco

Date Published

Citations

Conley, Gerard James, and David Orozco. Innovation and Invention: A Patent Landscape. Case 7-406-750 (KEL104).

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