The essential practice aid for patent practitioners, Federal Circuit Annual Review (formerly titled Alston a Bird's Federal Circuit Annual Review) presents and summarizes all the precedential patent cases that come down each year from the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Following a valuable overview of the most important decisions issued in the previous year, the cases are organized by legal subject matter and points of law. No other resource provides such a clear compilation of the Federal Circuit's patent-related opinions, including legal analysis of the most relevant holdings in each case. A resource used by judges throughout the country, Federal Circuit Annual Review presents more than a collection of quotes from each case; the summaries provide reliable insights into each opinion in a short and concise manner, presenting enough detail for you to clearly understand the holding and whether it is applicable to the issues in your case. Each case summary follows the same, logical format: An introductory paragraph summarizing the most relevant holdings of the opinion with an indication of the particular technology at issue Several paragraphs providing factual background and context A clear explanation of the pertinent legal holdings An explanation of any dissenting or concurring opinionQwest Communications International, Inc., 631 F.3d 1279, 97 U.S.P.Q.2d 1697 ( Fed. Cir. ... to aa system for collecting, processing, and delivering information from a service provider, such as a telephone company, to a customera against Qwest.
|Title||:||Federal Circuit Annual Review, 2012 Edition|
|Author||:||ASPEN PUB, Alston & Bird|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 2012-04-01|