Bookcover of What Can Be Patented?
Booktitle:

What Can Be Patented?

Confronting the Confusion in Patent Law About Patent Eligible Subject Matter

Scholars' Press (2014-04-28 )

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ISBN-13:

978-3-639-70068-8

ISBN-10:
3639700686
EAN:
9783639700688
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
Patents play a critical role in business, society and technological innovation in the contemporary knowledge economy. The question of what types of inventions may be patented, however, has become highly contentious in patent offices, law courts, legislatures, scientific organizations, international trade forums and various business or social advocacy groups around the world. Under what conditions—if any—may computer software, DNA-based products, new business techniques, medical diagnostic methods, or systems operating over the Internet, for example, be patented? Conflict and confusion in the law surrounding these questions has created excessive uncertainty amongst technologists, entrepreneurs, investors, medical practitioners, community groups and policy makers. This book tackles the problem through a comparative study of statutory law and case law in the United States and Europe, as well as international law, concerned with what subject matter is patent eligible. In particular the book explores whether only technical inventions should be eligible for patent protection and, if so, whether those inventions must be physical in order to qualify as “technology” in patent law.
Publishing house:
Scholars' Press
Website:
http://www.scholars-press.com
By (author) :
Kelvin W. Willoughby
Number of pages:
216
Published on:
2014-04-28
Stock:
Available
Category:
Law
Price:
49.90 €
Keywords:
Innovation, Intellectual Property Law, Patents, Patentable Subject Matter, Patent Law, technical inventions, Software Patents, European patents, US patents, physicality, technicity

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