Patent Litigation in Germany, Japan and the United States
In this book, three experienced legal practitioners in patent matters provide a reliable and detailed guideline on how to enforce patents in three of the most important jurisdictions for patent infringement litigation, namely Germany, Japan and the United States. The book is structured by the relevant subject matters of patent litigation such as scope of patent protection, claims of the patent holder and objctions of the alleged infringer, fact finding, pre-procedural measures, trial, principles of procedure and comparative aspects.
The advantages at a glanceconcise guide for practitioners in the field of patent litigationdetailed references to legal provisions, academic writings and court decisionsclear style of writing
The new edition
Includes up-to-date information on recent case law and legislative reforms.
The target group
The handbook is a valuable guide for legal practitioners, including companies and their legal counsel, for all relevant questions relating to patent litigation in Germany, Japan and the United States.