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provides its clients with a number of additional issue specific
publications in accordance with the latest changes in intellectual
property law. To obtain e-copies or hard copies of our latest
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e-Brochure: Our 4 page main
e-brochure describing our practice, location and experience.
A tutorial of basic facts about federal, state and common law trademarks.
A brochure outlining some advantages of state trademark registration.
State TM Law: State Trademark and Unfair Competition Law, Ohio Chapter,
revision #8 (Clark, Boardman, Callaghan 1992)
"May Trade Show Organizers Be Held Vicariously Liable for the
Copyright Infringements of Their Exhibitors? --Two District Courts Offer
Two Different Opinions," Association Law & Policy, Vol. 8, No. 17
"The Alappat Standard for Determining that Programmed Computers are
Patentable Subject Matter," Journal of the Patent and Trademark
Office Society, Vol. 76, No. 1, pp. 771-786 (Oct. 1994)
"The Internet: Legal Issues on the Information Superhighway,"
Association Law & Policy, Vol. 8, No. 24 (Dec. 1994) Internet Highway:
"Internet: Legal Issues On the Superhighway," Dollars &
Cents (Feb. 1995)
"Toward a Fact-Based Standard for Determining Whether Programmed
Computers are Patentable Subject Matter: The Scientific Wisdom of Alappat
and Ignorance of Trovato," Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office
Society, Vol. 77, No. 5, pp. 353-367 (May 1995)
quoted by Teresa Riordan, "Patents, Key change under GATT has
enormous meaning for strategies to maximize patent protection," The
New York Times, June 12, 1995, D2 Internet (Japanese): The Internet:
Liability on the Information Superhighway," International Legal
Strategy, Vol. VI-7, July 15, 1997
Marlette Patent: Marlette, U.S. Patent No. 5,836,169. A
"typical" mechanical type patent that was invented, drafted and
prosecuted by Mr. Marlette. Please note that recent changes to U.S. patent
law by the Federal Circuit and the United States Supreme Court dictate a
change in "style" of currently prepared United States patent
.....more to follow