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Bulletproof Patent: A Practical Guide to Drafting & Obtaining an Enforceable Patent

As explained by the authors, Jeffrey S. Bergman and Jonathan P. Osha, who together have a combined 30 years as patent practitioners, a “bulletproof” patent is one that does not require litigation because it is written understandably, is clear in scope, and is cleanly prosecuted. If nonetheless...

Trademark Surveys in the Age of Daubert

This book is a compendium of knowledge about the Daubert standard and other key court cases that establish judges as “gatekeepers” for trademark survey evidence as well as expert testimony. It includes nearly 20 important articles on the subject, as well as multiple strategies for bringing...