Bar News - March 13, 2009
ABA Book Reviews IP Law
The latest Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Development 2006 – 2008, from the ABA’s Intellectual Property Law Section, covers key legal developments in the courts, agencies and legislatures to assist practitioners in staying current in every area of IP law.
More than 50 contributors provide their expertise on 300-plus legal developments monitored by the section’s substantive committees from Winter 2006 to Fall 2008.
The book is comprised of six parts—patents, trademarks, unfair competition, copyright, trade secrets and other areas of IP law, including coverage of:
• Proposed legislation and agency rules
• Recent Supreme Court patent cases
• Recent Federal Circuit en banc decisions including Egyptian Goddess
• Recent Federal Circuit decisions on business method patents, such as In re Bilski
• New PTO and TTAB rules
• Recent patent developments concerning standards-setting organizations .
The 528-page hardbound volume is available for $149.95; $139.95 for ABA members. Visit www.ababooks.org to order.