Center for Advanced Study & Research on Intellectual Property

 

Rethinking International Intellectual Property
Biodiversity & Developing Countries, Extraterritorial Enforcement, the Grace Period, and other issues

CASRIP Symposium Publication Series Number 6, July 2001

Proceedings of the 2000 High Technology Summit Conference University of Washington, Seattle

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


Contents:

EXTRATERRITORIAL ENFORCEMENT OF I.P.

THE DOCTRINE OF EQUIVALENTS AND PROSECUTION HISTORY ESTOPPEL

Keynote:  The Doctrine of Equivalents and Prosecution History Estoppel
Judge Paul L. Michel     74

Keynote:  Equivalents and Prosecution History Estoppel: United States Developments
Martin Adelman     84

Presentation:  The Scope of Prosecution History Estoppel
Chief Judge Randall Rader     94

Presentation:  A Case Against Using the Doctrine of Equivalents and Prosecution History Estoppel
John Thomas     97

Presentation:  Equivalents and Prosecution History Estoppel: a USPTO Perspective
John Whealan     101

Presentation:  Equivalents, Prosecution History Estoppel, and Comments on Napster
Darryl Woo     106

Presentation:  Equivalents and Prosecution History Estoppel: A Balancing of Interests
Pryor Garnett     110

Article:  The Doctrine of Equivalents Through the Eyes of the European Patent Convention
Alessandro Steinfl    114

Article:  The Doctrine of Equivalents in Japan
Toshiko Takenaka    125

THE W.T.O. AND I.P. RIGHTS: BIODIVERSITY AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES

RETHINKING THE GRACE PERIOD

Keynote:  Rethinking the Grace Period: A USPTO Perspective
Robert L. Stoll    252

Presentation:  The United States' So-Called "Grace Period"
Martin Adelman    257

Presentation:  The Grace Period: A Japanese Perspective
Ryo Maruyama    260

Presentation:  WIPO Update: Patent Law Harmonization and the Grace Period
Shozo Uemura    263

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