Patent Law II is a continuation of Patent Law I, intended to complete the introduction to patent law. Substantial attention will be devoted to infringement and remedies, along with defenses such as inequitable conduct. Other topics will be re-examination and reissue, the interaction between patent and antitrust, and exterritoriality and the question of international harmonization. We will also devote some attention to the economics of patent law, both with regard to theories of patent and level of protection, and with regard to remedies.
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