The Sedona Conference Journal® Volume 5

$95.00
Journal Year: 
September, 2004

Fall 2004
 
 
Case Management Issues in Patent Litigation - Ronald J. Schutz & Jonathan D. Goins
 
Expert Witnesses & Daubert Motions - Robert C. Morgan & Ashe P. Puri
 
Examining Reexamination: Not Yes an Antidote to Litigation - M. Patricia Thayer, James Fox & Marvin Motsenbocker
 
Exemption to Patent Infringement Under 35 U.S.C. Section 271 (e) (1): Safe Harbor or Storm A-Brewing? - Cathryn Campbell & R.V. Lupo
 
Survey Results re: Opinions of Counsel and Willfulness - Robert G. Sterne & David K.S. Cornwell
 
Consumer Harm After Dentsply: Not a Toothless Tiger - Robert W. Doyle, Jr. & Suzanne B. Drennon
 
The Consumer Harm Inquiry in Recent Cases: A Required Element of Proof or an Afterthought? - Kevin J. Arquit & Charles E. Koob
 
Williamson Oil v. Philip Morris: Whatever Happened to Jury Trials? - Daniel R. Shulman
 
Proof of Conspiracy in Vertical & Horizontal Price-Fixing Cases: The Intersection of Law, Economics & Policy - Tyler A. Baker
 
Grunts, Winks & Nods: What Meets the Agreement Element of a Section 1 Claim? - Robert L. Hubbard
 
The "Complexities" of Electronic Discovery - Richard H. Middleton
 
Safe Harbors & Preservations: A Response - Thomas Y. Allman
 
U.S. Discovery of Electronic Documents in Europe - Ashish S. Prasad & Tara Thompson
 
Cost Shifting in Electronic Discovery - Laura E. Ellsworth & Robert Pass
 
The 2004 Sedona Principles: Best Practices, Recommendations & Principles for Addressing Electronic Document Production (post-public comment version) - The Sedona Conference®
 
Overview of Changes to The Sedona Principles in 2004 - The Sedona Conference®

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