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Not So Obvious: An Introduction to Patent Law and Strategy Paperback – September 3, 2011
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It is apparently self-published and lacks some of the polish (and editing) that a professional publisher may provide. Missing are a glossary and, especially, an index - these should be provided in any future editions.
There are a handful of long (several pages) quotations of Supreme or District Court decisions that I felt should be abbreviated. The discussion of independent and dependent claims on p. 124-125 should be better organized. I don't think the book adequately explains claim limitations.
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I was privileged enough to be in Professor Schox's ME208 Patent Law class at Stanford. This book (which is for that class) provides a great overview of patent law and strategy. Read morePublished on December 8, 2012 by Manu Singh
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