Edited by Gregory A. Stobbs, with a foreword by Rt. Hon Justice Jacobs, Germany chapter by Hans Wegner, BARDEHLE PAGENBERG, Looseleaf collection, 822 pp., Volume 1, Wolters Kluwer, 2007
The unique resource provides expert insights and how-to guidance on drafting patent claims around the world – even in unfamiliar territory.
- includes a chapter on Germany by Dr. Hans Wegner, German and European Patent Attorney, BARDEHLE PAGENBERG
The book helps to answer key questions such as:
Cross jurisdictional insights provided in the book include:
Each chapter of Software Patents Worldwide follows the same outline, making it easy to find information and compare jurisdictions:
›Patent examination guidelines in general
›Specific guidelines for software patents (if any)
›Specific guidelines for business method patents (if any)
›How software patent litigation is conducted
›How damages are asserted and enforced
›How injunctions are awarded and enforced
Gregory A. Stobbs practices intellectual property law and specialises in computer law, computer hardware, software patents and litigation at Harness, Dickey & Pierce in Detroit.
He is the author of two treatises on U.S. patent law, Software patents and Business Method Patents