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Patent book recommendation for mistakes, goofs, blunders, circumventions, etc.?

It takes years of following cases in the patent news, and it’s a moving target. I was studying for the patent bar in 2008 and learned that a signal was a thing and that besides claiming a circuit that ...
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Guidance for patent application drafting and responding to claims

This is a subtle, deep, not always logical and ever changing field. If you decide to tackle it in your own, the standard, and good, answer is Patent It Yourself: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Filing at ...
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Guidance for patent application drafting and responding to claims

I am not a lawyer. I do, however have a lot of patents. My one and only piece of advice is to hire a patent lawyer or agent. There are books available and it is possible to draft and prosecute your ...
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Materials for learning about patent litigation and valuation?

“Understanding Global patent litigations through landmark judgements – A litigation ready reckoner” by Dr. Alpesh Pathak is only book i am aware of my be this would be helpful for understanding the ...
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Books on patents

I'm a big fan of Patents Demystified as a guide to patents for inventors and startups. Some folks here on Stack Exchange suggested it to me and it was just what I was looking for. Seems like the ...
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Good patent books for startups and inventors?

Patents Demystified is indeed a great book for startups, entrepreneurs and inventors and was written specifically for this audience. In addition to teaching the secrets of how successful businesses ...
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