Patent Law: An Open-Access Casebook
by S. Burstein, S.R.W. Rajec, A. Sawicki
Publisher: University of Miami 2022
Number of pages: 709
This is a comprehensive casebook covering all the fundamentals of the United States patent system. It is a valuable resource for a wide range of readers: law students taking a course in patent law, lawyers looking for reference material on particular topics, or inventors trying to understand how the legal system promotes innovation.
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