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Legislative Update; Potential Involvement of Securities Regulators in Patent Matters

Original Date(s): September 18, 2007
Segment Runtime: 01:26:13
Speakers: David Boundy, John Squires, Brandon Becker, Irah Donner, Soo Yim

The audio file contains the following coursebook chapters and/or handouts:

Chapter: Patent Reform Act of 2007 (comments to House Bill)

Chapter: Patent Reform Act of 2007

Chapter: H.R.1908 (version passed in House September 7, 2007)

Chapter: Testimony of John A. Squires: 'Patent Reform: The Future of Innovation'

Chapter: Questions for the Record from Senator Specter Ranking Member, Senate Judiciary Committee

Chapter: Responses of John A. Squires to Written Questions Submitted by Senator Chuck Grassley for Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Patent Reform, June 6, 2007

Chapter: Post-Hearing Questions for the Record Submitted to Mr. Bernstein, Ms. Doyle, Jr. Squires, and Ms. Biberstein from Senator Tom Coburn

Chapter: Brief of Amici Curiae Securities Industry Association in Ebay and Inc. v. Mercexchange LLC (S.CT.,2006)

Chapter: In Re Seagate Technology, LLC (United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, August 20, 2007)

Chapter: KSR International Co. v. Teleflex Inc., et. al. (Supreme Court, October Term 2006)

Chapter: Business Method Patents: Potential Involvement of Securities Regulators with Patent Matters

Chapter: The Patent Office Meets the Poison Pill: Why Legal Methods Cannot Be Patented

Handout: ALI-ABA-ABCNY Patent Reform Act of 2007 (070917 1200)-UPDATED.pdf

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