Patent Litigation and Abraham Lincoln (AIPLA)

Subtitled, “The Abraham Lincoln School of Patent Litigation,” first presented by Richard P. Beem to the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) at the Annual Meeting in Washington D.C. in October 1998.   In this article, the author challenges the assumption that patents are too complex to be understood by the layperson.  Agreeing with federal judges who demand simplicity, the author suggests ways to marshal the evidence into simple compelling arguments. 

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