|Statement||Completed and edited by M. Arthur Auslander.|
|Contributions||Auslander, Maurice Arthur, 1923-|
|LC Classifications||KF3133.C4 T46 1964|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf)|
|LC Control Number||64008435|
Protecting new inventions requires legal acuity and technical expertise. The Law of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Invention combines insightful analysis of the relevant intellectual property law with practical advice on how best to protect your clients' interests, providing the "nuts and bolts" of both patent and nonpatent approaches. You'll find incisive and practical expert guidance on. Genre/Form: Patents: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thomas, Edward, Chemical inventions and chemical patents. Albany, M. Bender, COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Law of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Invention, Fourth Edition is the only resource that covers both patent and nonpatent protection for chemical and pharmaceutical inventions, including: Fundamentals and Protection Eligibility; Utility Patent Claims; Design Patents; Eligibility of Genetic Engineering Inventions; Nonpatent Eligibility and Protection.
Pharmaceutical, Biotechnology and Chemical Inventions World Protection and Exploitation Edited by Duncan Bucknell Major new title giving comprehensive coverage of intellectual property and patent law issues in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and chemical industries. For chemical patents, generic inventions usually take the form of a MARKUSH STRUCTURE, a structure that contains one or more structural variables based on a list of stated alternatives. Each compound that could be constructed from the list is covered by the claims. FDA Orange Book The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Approved Drug. About this book A straightforward guide to inventing, patenting, and technology commercialization for scientists and engineers Although chemists, physicists, biologists, polymer scientists, and engineers in industry are involved in potentially patentable work, they are often under-prepared for this all-important field. This textbook on United States patent law of chemical inventions brings "up to date the substance of the author's prior 'Law of Chemical Patents.' " Stress is laid on the pitfalls confronting a patent lawyer in drawing up applications, in collecting evidence and in conducting litigation, including interferences.
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