ADELMAN, MARTIN J.

GW Law Faculty Publications

June 08, 2018


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BOOKS

(With Randall R. Rader & John R. Thomas.)  Cases and Materials on Patent Law (4th ed. 2015).
     First edition published in 1998. Accompanied by Teacher's Manual.
     Second edition published in 2003 with Randall R. Rader, John R. Thomas & Harold C. Wegner.
     Third edition published in 2009.

(With Randall Rader, et al.)  Law, Politics and Revenue Extraction on Intellectual Property (2015). 

(With Randall R. Rader & Gordon P. Klancnik.) Patent Law in a Nutshell (2d ed. 2013).
     First edition published in 2008.

(With Shubha Ghosh, Amy Landers & Toshiko Takenaka.)  Global Issues in Patent Law (2011). 

(With Prinz zu Waldeck und Pyrmont, et al.)  Patents and Technological Progress in a Globalized World: Liber Amicorum Joseph Straus (2009). 

Martin J. Adelman, Patent Law Perspectives (2d ed. 1982-).
     Updated annually.

 

LAW REVIEW ARTICLES & CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

(With Toshiko Takenaka.)  First-Inventor-to-File Under the American Invents Act: A View of First-to-File Lawyer and a View of First-to-Invent Lawyer, in Intellectual Property in Common Law and Civil Law 50 (Toshiko Takenaka ed., 2013).

Foreword, 7 Wash. J.L. Tech. & Arts 319 (2012).

The American Invents Act, Its Unique First-to-File System and Its Transfer of Power from Juries to the United States Patent and Trademark Office, 2 Queen Mary J. Intell. Prop. 61 (2012).

A Comment on 'Human Rights as a Constraint on Intellectual Property Rights: The Case of Patent and Plant Variety Protection Rights, Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge,’ in Intellectual Property and Human Rights: A Paradox 300 (Willem Grosheide ed., 2010).

Credible Utility in Patent Law, in Chiteki zaisanho no atarashii nagare: Katayama Eiji sensei kanreki kinen ronbunshu [New Trends in Intellectual Property Law : Celebratory Volume in Honor of Prof. Eiji Katayama] (Eiji Katayama, Nobuhiro Nakayama & Toshiko Takenaka 2010).

Patent Claiming in the United States: Central, Peripheral, or Mongrel, 1 IP Theory 71 (2010).

(With Nicholas Pumfrey, et al.)  The Doctrine of Equivalents in Various Patent Regimes: Does Anybody Have It Right, 11 Yale J.L. & Tech. 261 (2009).

(With Randall R. Rader.)  Patentsin 6 Business and Commercial Litigation in Federal Courts ch. 74, (Robert L. Haig ed., 2005).

Festo and the Doctrine of Equivalents: Implications for Patent Infringement Litigation, 7 Int’l Intell. Prop. L. & Pol’y 9-1 (2002).

Commentary: The Hague Draft Convention on Jurisdiction: An Introduction to the Intellectual Property Issues, 6 Int’l Intell. Prop. L. & Pol’y 28-1 (2001).

A Grace Period and European Patent Law: It's Time for Change, Int’l Intell. Prop. L. & Pol’y 31-1 (2000).

Is the Use of the Doctrine of Equivalents to Fix Mistakes a Mistake?, 27 N. Ky. L. Rev. 1021 (2000).

The Exhaustion Doctrine in American Patent LawMolengrafica: Europees Privaatrecht 247 (1997).

Patent Law in India, 1 Int’l Intell. Prop. L. & Pol’y 131 (1996).

(With Sonia Baldia.)  Prospects and Limits of the Patent Provision in the TRIPS Agreement: The Case of India, 29 Vand. J. Transnat’l L. 507 (1996).

The Effect of the Seventh Amendment on Substantive American Patent LawMolengrafica: Europees Privaatrecht 173 (1996).

Damages and Other Financial Remedies for Patent Infringement, 1995/IX Annuaire 274 (1995).

Patents and the Seventh AmendmentMolengrafica: Eenvormig en Vergelijkend Privaatrecht 357 (1993).

(With Gary L. Francione.)  The Doctrine of Equivalents in Patent Law: Questions that Pennwalt Did Not Answer, 137 U. Pa. L. Rev. 673 (1989).
     Reprinted at 22 Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 81 (1990).

The New World of Patents Created by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 20 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 979 (1988).

Foreword, Symposium: Perspectives on the General Motors - Toyota Joint Venture, 31 Wayne L. Rev. 1163 (1985).

The Supreme Court, Market Structure and Innovation: Chakrabarty, Rohm and Haas, 27 Antitrust Bull. 457 (1982).

Use of Industrial Property as a Clandestine Cartel, 30 Am. J. Comp. L. 275 (Supp. 1982).

Patent Developments - Ex Parte, 88 F.R.D 446 (1981).

Property Rights Theory and Patent-Antitrust: The Role of Compulsory Licensing, 52 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 977 (1977).
     Reprinted at 10 Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 77 (1978) and 8 J. Reprints Antitrust L. & Econ. 287 (1979).

The Relevant Market Paradox - Attempted and Completed Patent Fraud Monopolization, 38 Ohio St. L.J. 289 (1977).
     Reprinted at 10 Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 115 (1978) and 8 J. Reprints Antitrust L. & Econ. 709 (1979).

(With Friedrich K. Juenger.)  Patent-Antitrust: Patent Dynamics and Field-of-Use Licensing, 50 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 273 (1975).
     Reprinted at 1975 Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 495 (1975) and J. Reprints Antitrust L. & Econ. 429 (1979).

Secrecy and Patenting: Some Proposals for Resolving the Conflict, 1 APLA Q.J. 296 (1973).
     Reprinted in 5 Pat. L. Rev. 57 (1973).

Antitrust Decision: Lear v. Adkins, 58 A.B.A. J. 45 (1972).

(With Ernie L. Brooks.)  Territorial Restraints in International Technology Agreements after Topco, 17 Antitrust Bull. 763 (1972).
     Reprinted at 5 Pat. L. Rev. 457 (1973).

(With Ernie L. Brooks.)  The Integrity of the Administrative Process, Sherman Section 2 and Per Se Rules--Lessons of Fraud on the Patent Office, 19 Wayne L. Rev. 1 (1972).
     Reprinted at 55 J. Pat. Off. Soc’y 255 (1973), and 5 Pat. L. Rev. 413 (1973).

(With Robert P. Jaress.)  Patent-Antitrust Law: A New Theory, 17 Wayne L. Rev.1 (1971).
     Reprinted at 3 Pat. L. Rev. 231 (1971).

(With Robert P. Jaress.)  Inventions and the Law of Trade Secrets after Lear v. Adkins, 16 Wayne L. Rev. 77 (1969).
     Reprinted at 2 Pat. L. Rev. 163 (1970).

Trade Secrets and Federal Pre-emption - The Aftermath of Sears and Compco, 49 J. Pat. Off. Soc’y 713 (1967).

(With Samuel D. Estep.)  State Control of Radiation Hazards: An Intergovernmental Relations Problem, 60 Mich. L. Rev. (1961).

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Book Review, 6 Queen Mary J. Intell. Prop. 405 (2016) (reviewing Robin Jacob, IP and Other Things:  A Collection of Essays and Speeches (2015)).

Book Review, 29 Antitrust Bull. 489 (1983) (reviewing Dominick T. Armentano, Antitrust and Monopoly).

Book Review, 27 Antitrust Bull. 275 (1982) (reviewing Ernest Gellhorn, Antitrust Law and Economics in a Nutshell, and A.D. Neale and D.G. Goyder, The Antitrust Law of the United States of America).

Review of Anticombines and Antitrust, by R.J. Roberts. 26 Antitrust Bulletin 447-448 (1981).

Book Review, 26 Antitrust Bull. 447 (1981) (reviewing R.J. Roberts, Anticombines and Antitrust).

Book Review, 25 Antitrust Bull. 891 (1980) (reviewing Phillip Areeda & Donald F. Turner, Antitrust Law, Lawrence Anthony Sullivan, Handbook of the Law of Antitrust, and Earl W. Kinter, Federal Antitrust Law.)
 

OTHER

(With Donald L. Mellman.)  Mediation in Health Care: An External Solution to Internal Problems, Physician Executive, Nov.-Dec. 2010. 

Cases and Materials on Patent Law. Princeton, NJ: Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic (2002). (1 audiocassette).

(With Mark Schankerman and Suzanne Scotchmer).  New Thinking in the Economics of the Patent System. (Panel Discussion - AALS annual meeting, 2001). Millersville, MD: Recorded Resources Group (2001). (2 audiocassettes).