Center for Advanced Study & Research on Intellectual Property

 

Streamlining International Intellectual Property
Enforcement and Prosecution, University Technology Transfer, and Incentives for Inventors

CASRIP Symposium Publication Series Number 5, July 2000

Proceedings of the 1999 Summit Conference on Intellectual Property, University of Washington, Seattle

Editors: Kraig M. Hill, Toshiko Takenaka, Kevin Takeuchi


Contents:

STREAMLINING ENFORCEMENT OF I.P. IN UNITED STATES AND JAPANESE COURTS

Keynote Address:  The Pace and Expense of Litigation in U.S. Courts
Chief Judge Randall Rader       1

Presentation:  Quicker and Less Expensive Enforcement of Patents: United States Courts
Judge T.S. Ellis, III     11

Presentation:  Distortion of Patent Economics by Litigation Costs
Judge T.S. Ellis, III     22

Presentation:  Litigation of Intellectual Property in The United States
Judge John C. Coughenour     27

Article:  Quicker and Less Expensive Enforcement of Patents: Japanese Courts, [Appendix]
Yoshio Kumakura     31

Article:  Comparison of U.S. and Japanese Court Systems for Patent Litigation:  A Special Court or Special Divisions in a General Court?
Toshiko Takenaka     47

UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN THE UNITED STATES, EUROPE AND ASIA

INCENTIVE SYSTEMS FOR INVENTORS IN THE UNITED STATES, EUROPE AND ASIA

REDUCING PATENT PROSECUTION COSTS THROUGH AN INTERNATIONAL PATENT SYSTEM

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