Citations

Citations in Law Journals to books authored by John Gladstone Mills III, Robert C. Highley, and Donald C. Reiley for authority in Patent Legal Matters

A THREE-DIMENSIONAL WORLD IN A TWO-DIMENSIONAL PATENT SYSTEM: 3D PRINTING AND THE IMPORTANCE OF CLAIMING CAD FILES
West Virginia Law Review Fall, 2015 118 W. Va. L. Rev. 477 Gary N. Stewart
[FN152] . 6 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 20:6 (2d…

THE STATE GIVETH AND THE STATE TAKETH AWAY: PATENT RIGHTS UNDER THE BAYH-DOLE ACT
Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal Spring 2015 24 S. Cal. Interdisc. L.J. 491 Vanessa Bell
[FN112] See John Gladstone Mills III, Donald Cress Reiley III & Robert Clare Highley, 5 Patent Law Fundamentals…. [FN180] 48 C.F.R. § 52.227-11 (2013). [FN181] John Gladstone Mills, Donald Reiley III & Robert Highley, Patent Law Basics (2008).

WHERE TO FILE: A FRAMEWORK FOR PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOTECHNOLOGY COMPANIES TO DEVELOP AN INTERNATIONAL PATENT FILING STRATEGY
Thomas Jefferson Law Review Spring, 2015 37 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 225 Randy Berholtz, Richard H. Schurman, Vince Davies, Katherine MacFarlane, Derek Midkiff, Sumant Pathak
[FN80] John Gladstone Mills III et al., 7 Patent Law Fundamentals § 21:18……infra App. One, Questions Thirteen, Seventeen, and Twenty-one. [FN271] John Gladstone Mills III et al., 8 Patent Law Fundamentals § 30:2…

HOW THE UNITARY PATENT WILL FRAGMENT EUROPEAN PATENT LAW
Arizona State Law Journal Spring 2015 47 Ariz. St. L.J. 319 David Medina
[FN172] John Gladstone Mills III et al. Patent Basics § 13:1 (Sept. 2013…

A MADNESS TO THE METHOD: FIXING THE JOINT INFRINGEMENT SYSTEM FOR METHOD PATENTS AFTER AKAMAI TECHNOLOGIES, INC. V. LIMELIGHT NETWORKS
University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy Spring, 2015 2015 U. Ill. J.L. Tech. & Pol’y 39 Spencer K. Lickteig
[FN1] See generally John G. Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals pt. I, § 1:18……the product in order to find liability for contributory infringement); John G. Mills et al., supra note 1, at pt. VI, ch. 20…

COPYRIGHT TROLL OR UGLY RIGHTS HOLDER? THE SPREAD OF TROLL-TACTICS AND SOLUTIONS TO THE ABUSE OF THE COURTS AND DEGRADATION OF THE COPYRIGHT PROTECTION SCHEME
Intellectual Property Law Bulletin Spring 2015 19 Intell. Prop. L. Bull. 137 Elif Sonmez
See John Mills, Donald Reiley, III & Robert Highley Patent Law Basics § 12…

RETHINKING COMPACT PROSECUTION
Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology 2015 25 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 257 Max Stul Oppenheimer
see also John Gladstone Mills III et. al ., 4 Pat. L. Fundamentals §15:12 (2d ed…

MYRIAD AND MISSED OPPORTUNITY: THE ROLE OF INNOVATION POLICY IN PATENT LAW JURISPRUDENCE
Tulsa Law Review Winter 2015 50 Tulsa L. Rev. 671 Dru Prosser
[FN65] John Gladstone Mills III et al Patent Law Basics § 1:2 (2013…

PATENT LAW–BRINGING PREDICTABILITY BACK WITH THE INTRACIRCUIT SPLIT PRONOUNCED IN RETRACTABLE TECHNOLOGIES, INC. v. BECTON, DICKINSON & CO., 653 F.3D 1296 (FED. CIR. 2011): CLAIM CONSTRUCTION AND UNPREDICTABLY LIMITING THE PATENTEE’S RIGHTS
University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review Winter, 2015 37 U. Ark. Little Rock L. Rev. 333 Landon M. Reeves
[FN27] . 1 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 1:2 (2d…

INHIBITING PATENT TROLLING: A NEW APPROACH FOR APPLYING RULE 11Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property November, 2014 12 Nw. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 291 Eric Rogers, Young Jeon
1 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Pat. L. Fundamentals § 1:12 (2d…

STANDARD ESSENTIAL PATENTS, TROLLS, AND THE SMARTPHONE WARS: TRIANGULATING THE END GAME
Penn State Law Review Summer 2014 119 Penn St. L. Rev. 1 Daryl Lim
[FN92] John Gladstone Mills III et al., 5 Patent Law Fundamentals § 19:29…

THE UNITARY PATENT AND UNIFIED PATENT COURT: POTENTIAL CHANGES AND IMPLICATIONS
Cybaris an Intellectual Property Law Review Summer, 2014 5 Cybaris An Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 433 Christopher J. Bayliss
reprinted in John Gladstone Mills III, Donald Cress Reiley III, Robert Clare Highley & Peter D…

REVIVING MONOPOLY-TYPE PATENT MISUSE AS A DEFENSE: PROTECTING INNOVATION IN THE WAKE OF AKAMAI v. LIMELIGHT
Vermont Law Review Summer, 2014 38 Vt. L. Rev. 1073 Nathan R. Deleau
[FN25] John G. Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 1:6 (2d ed…

STRATEGIC ASSERTIONS: EVADING THE PATENT MARKING REQUIREMENTNorthwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property April, 2014 12 Nw. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 103 Christina Sharkey
[FN71] See 1 John Gladstone Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 2:22 (2nd ed)

STRIKING A BALANCE IN COMPULSORY LICENSE LEGISLATION
George Mason Journal of International Commercial Law Spring, 2014 5 Geo. Mason J. Int’l Com. L. 221 Kishore Khan
[FN86] John Gladstone Mills, III et.al., Pat. L. Fundamentals §20:40.50 (Updated 2012…

PORTFOLIO VALUATION
Cybaris an Intellectual Property Law Review Spring, 2014 5 Cybaris An Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 74 Renée Marino , Andrew Marnach
[FN21] See 3 John G. Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 19:6.50 (2d…

THE NATURAL COMPLEXITY OF PATENT ELIGIBILITY
Iowa Law Review March, 2014 99 Iowa L. Rev. 1137 Jacob S. Sherkow
[FN243] . 2 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 7:4.50…

PATENTABLE SUBJECT MATTER: A MYRIAD OF PROBLEMS
Alabama Law Review 2014 65 Ala. L. Rev. 815 Jake Gipson
[FN6] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Basics §1:6 (2012). [FN7…

TRADEMARKS AND TRANSDUCERS: THE FIRST CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS DECIDES ON THE STANDARD OF PROOF REQUIRED TO SHOW WILLFUL INFRINGEMENT IN LANHAM ACT CASES
Catholic University Law Review Winter, 2014 63 Cath. U. L. Rev. 523 Peter Karalis
1 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 5:10 (2d…

PATENTING PROTEINS AFTER MYRIAD
Federal Circuit Bar Journal 2014 23 Fed. Circuit B.J. 619 Priti Deka Phukan
[FN165] John Gladstone Mills et al., Patent Law Basics § 6:4 (2013). [FN166…

A JOB CREATOR OR AN INVESTOR PERIL?: A TEXAS PRACTITIONER’S GUIDE TO THE CROWDFUNDING EXEMPTION UNDER TITLE III OF THE JOBS ACT
Texas Tech Law Review Online Edition 2014 46 Tex. Tech L. Rev. Online Edition 1 Scott Bailey
[FN109] See, e.g. , John Gladstone Mills III, Entertainment on the Internet: First Amendment and Copyright Issues…

THE PUBLIC PERCEPTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Florida Law Review January, 2014 66 Fla. L. Rev. 261 Gregory N. Mandel
[FN21] 35 U.S.C. § 131 ; John Gladstone Mills III et al., Relation Between Invention and Patents, in Patent…

PRODUCING VALUABLE PATENTS: THE USPTO’S MISSED OPPORTUNITY IN BIOTECHNOLOGY
Jurimetrics Journal Winter, 2014 54 Jurimetrics J. 179 Jonathan T. McMichael
[FN104] 3 John G. Mills et al. Prosecution Before Primary Examiner, in Patent Law Fundamentals..

REBALANCING PAY-FOR-DELAY: WHY NO-AUTHORIZED GENERIC AGREEMENTS SHOULD BE SUBJECT TO HIGHER ANTITRUST SCRUTINY
Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 2014 32 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 683 David C. Kurlander
[FN173] . John G. Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 1:2 (2d ed…

REVIVING ESSENTIAL FACILITIES TO PREVENT REMS ABUSES
Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems Winter 2013 47 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 103 Christopher Megaw
See also John G. Mills et al., 5 Pat. L. Fundamentals § 19:25 (2d…

PATENT ACT OF 1952 — PATENTABLE SUBJECT MATTER — ASS’N FOR MOLECULAR PATHOLOGY V. MYRIAD GENETICS, INC.
Harvard Law Review November, 2013 127 Harv. L. Rev. 388
[FN78] . See, e.g., John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Basics §1:2 (2012), available…

MISGUIDED PATENT REFORM: THE QUESTIONABLE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF FIRST-TO-FILE
University of Colorado Law Review Fall, 2013 84 U. Colo. L. Rev. 1227 Andrew L. Sharp
[FN112] . John Gladstone Mills III et. al., 5 Patent Law Fundamentals §16:19, at…

AN INTERIM PROPOSAL FOR FIXING EX PARTE PATENT REEXAMINATION’S MESSY SIDE
Houston Law Review: Off the Record Fall, 2013 4 HLRe 43 Paul M. Janicke
see also 4 John G. Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 15A:27 (2d ed…

HOW TO KILL COPYRIGHT: A BRUTE-FORCE APPROACH TO CONTENT CREATION
Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law Fall 2013 14 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 26 Kirk Sigmon
[FN103] See 2 John Mills, Donald Cress Reiley, Robert Clare Highly & Peter D. Rosenberg, Patent…

A SURVEY OF TRADE SECRET INVESTIGATIONS AT THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION: A MODEL FOR FUTURE LITIGANTS
Columbia Science and Technology Law Review Fall, 2013 15 Colum. Sci. & Tech. L. Rev. 41 P. Andrew Riley , Jonathan R.K. Stroud
[FN18] See John G. Mills, et al., 7 Pat. L. Fundamentals § 21:42 (2d…

THE BEANS OF WRATH: GENETIC PATENT HOLDERS REAP FURTHER PROTECTION
Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Law Spring, 2013 19 J. Envtl. & Sustainability L. 426 Burke Bindbeutel
[FN41] John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Basics , § 6:1 (2011…

THE PUSH FOR INTERNATIONAL UNIFORMITY: THE WTO’S DETRIMENTAL EFFECT ON THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
Creighton International and Comparative Law Journal Spring, 2013 4 Creighton Int’l & Comp. L.J. 38 Dallin Call
[FN20] John G. Mills, Donald Cress Reiley III, Robert Clare Highley, & Peter D. Rosenberg…

COMPULSORY LICENSING OF GENE PATENTS IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST
Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Law Review 2013 6 Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical L. Rev. 93 William G. Pagán
[FN17] John Gladstone Mills III ET AL., Patent Law Basics § 1:4 (2011…

THE PRESUMPTION OF IRREPARABLE HARM IN PATENT INFRINGEMENT LITIGATION: A CRITIQUE OF ROBERT BOSCH LLC v. PYLON MANUFACTURING CORP.
Northwestern Journal of Technology & Intellectual Property January, 2013 11 Nw. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 103 Matthew C. Darch
[FN28] John Gladstone Mills III et al. , Patent Law Basics § 3:1 (2011…

HARVESTING A LAWSUIT: CHALLENGING THE ENFORCEMENT AND VALIDITY OF MONSANTO’S TRANSGENIC SEED PATENTS
Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Law 2012-2013 5 Ky. J. Equine, Agric. & Nat. Resources L. 97 Kelly E. Calder
4 John Gladstone Mills iii, et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 20:40.50…

CREATIVE EXPRESSION AND THE HUMAN CANVAS: AN EXAMINATION OF TATTOOS AS A COPYRIGHTABLE ART FORM
University of Illinois Law Review 2013 2013 U. Ill. L. Rev. 279 David M. Cummings
[FN274]  see also 2 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals: Comparison and Contrast of…

JURISDICTIONAL BATTLES IN BOTH EUROPEAN UNION CROSS-BORDER INJUNCTIONS AND UNITED STATES ANTI-SUIT INJUNCTIONS
Emory International Law Review 2013 27 Emory Int’l L. Rev. 1175 Tyler J. Dutton
[FN2] . John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

CHANGE NECESSARY: ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY UNDER THE MANUAL FOR COURTS-MARTIAL
Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 2013 39 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 246 Daniel Park
[FN71] . 6 John Mills, et al., Patent Law Fundamentals Appendix 20(F) (2d ed…

MEDTRONIC v. BOSTON SCIENTIFIC: ALLOCATING THE BURDEN OF PROOF IN DECLARATORY JUDGMENT ACTIONS FOR PATENT NON-INFRINGMENT
Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy Sidebar 2013 9 Duke J. Const. L. & Pub. Pol’y Sidebar 42 Brianna Strange
[FN5] See 5 John G. Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 19:16 (2d ed…

WHOSE INVENTION IS IT ANYWAY? EMPLOYEE INVENTION-ASSIGNMENT AGREEMENTS AND THEIR LIMITS
Washington Journal of Law, Technology & Arts Fall, 2012 8 Wash. J. L. Tech. & Arts 79 Parker A. Howell
5 John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

THE AFTERMATH OF AFTERMATH: THE IMPACT OF DIGITAL MUSIC DISTRIBUTION ON THE RECORDING INDUSTRY
University of New Hampshire Law Review October, 2012 10 U. N.H. L. Rev. 323 Michael McCubbin
[FN95] . 2 JOHN GLADSTONE MILLS III ET AL, PATENT LAW FUNDAMENTALS § 6:120 (2d…

THE AIA AND TTOS: HOW TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER OFFICES CAN BEST HANDLE THE CHANGES IN PATENT LAW BROUGHT ABOUT BY THE AMERICA INVENTS ACT
Journal of Law and Education April, 2012 41 J.L. & Educ. 417 Christopher Arnold
[FN16] . John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III, and Robert C. Highley, 3…

ANTITRUST AND PATENT LICENSE AGREEMENTS: A NEW LOOK AT THE GRANTBACK CLAUSE IN HIGH TECHNOLOGY MARKETS
Case Western Reserve Journal of Law, Technology & the Internet Spring, 2012 3 Case W. Reserve J.L. Tech. & Internet 299 John M. Murray
“[W]e must take care to guard against two extremes equally prejudicial; the one, that men of ability, who have employed their time for the service of the community, may not be deprived of their just merits, and the reward of their ingenuity and labor; the other, that the world may not be deprived of improvements, nor the progress of the arts be……advance on prior technology in more than an obvious direction. John Gladstone Mills III, Robert Clare Highley, Donald Cress Reiley III, Peter D. Rosenberg…Patent Law Fundamentals

IDEAL VERSUS REALITY IN THIRD-PARTY LITIGATION FINANCING
Journal of Law, Economics & Policy Spring, 2012 8 J.L. Econ. & Pol’y 593 Joanna M. Shepherd
John G. Mills, The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in Preliminary Injunctions to…

THE EN BANC FEDERAL CIRCUIT’S WRITTEN DESCRIPTION REQUIREMENT: TIME FOR THE SUPREME COURT TO REVERSE AGAIN?
Cardozo Law Review February, 2012 33 Cardozo L. Rev. 895 Allen K. Yu
[FN236] . See also 3 John Gladstone Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §16:13 (2d ed. 2011…

STEALING BACARDI’S THUNDER: WHY THE PATENT AND TRADEMARK OFFICE SHOULD STOP REGISTERING STOLEN TRADEMARKS NOW
Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 2012 30 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 317 Sarah L. Farhadian
[FN159] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals, § 15:134 (2011). [FN161] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., supra note 159.

DESIGNER HUMAN EMBRYOS: A CHALLENGE FOR PATENT LAW AND REGULATION
Quinnipiac Law Review 2012 30 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 767 John L. Cesaroni
[FN106] . John Gladstone Mills et al., Statutory Subject Matter, Patent Law Basics § 6……supra note 342, at 899. [FN345] Id. [FN346] Id. [FN347] . John Gladstone Mills, Relation Between Invention and Patents, Pat. Law Fundamentals § 3…

HOW TO KEEP YOUR INVENTION PATENTABLE WHILE IT IS STORED IN THE CLOUD: A GUIDE FOR SMALL INVENTORS
Federal Circuit Bar Journal 2011-2012 21 Fed. Circuit B.J. 389 Elana A. Bertram
[FN117] . 2 John Gladstone Mills III et. al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 10:7 (2d…

ENVIRONMENTAL INITIATIVES AND THE ROLE OF THE USPTO’S GREEN TECHNOLOGY PILOT PROGRAM
Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review Winter 2012 16 Marq. Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 233 Sarah M. Wong
Patent Proposals. 242 VI. The..Greenhouse Gas Reduction, 74 Fed. Reg. 64666 (Dec. 8, 2009); John Gladstone Mills III, et al., Patent Law Fundamentals, § 15:1.40…

IRREPARABLE HARM IN PATENT, COPYRIGHT, AND TRADEMARK CASES AFTER EBAY v. MERCEXCHANGE
Howard Law Journal Winter 2012 55 How. L.J. 643 Aurelia Hepburn-Briscoe
[FN36] . 6 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 20:65 (3d…

A TRIVIAL PURSUIT: SCRABBLING FOR A BOARD GAME COPYRIGHT RATIONALE
Seton Hall Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law 2012 22 Seton Hall J. Sports & Ent. L. 241 Kevin P. Hales
See, e.g., 2 John Gladstone Mills, III, Donald C. Reiley, III, & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

CORPORATE-PARTICIPANT LIABILITY FOR DIRECT PATENT INFRINGEMENT: A LOOK TO COPYRIGHT LAW’S VICARIOUS LIABILITY ANALYSIS
Columbia Business Law Review 2012 2012 Colum. Bus. L. Rev. 284 Ashley M. Fry
[FN11] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., 6 Patent Law Fundamentals § 20:72…

THE RISE OF COPYRIGHT TROLLS IN A DIGITAL INFORMATION ECONOMY: NEW LITIGATION BUSINESS STRATEGIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON INNOVATION
CommLaw Conspectus 2012 20 CommLaw Conspectus 391 Constance Boutsikaris
See generally John Gladstone Mills III et al., Exploiting Copyrights–Recourse Against Infringement– Defenses to…

THE SCOOP ON BETTY BOOP: A PROPOSAL TO LIMIT OVERREACHING TRADEMARKS
Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review 2011-2012 32 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 257 Lee B. Burgunder
[FN236] . 2 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 7:21 (2d…

A NEED FOR CLEARER LANGUAGE ABOUT PATENT LAW
John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law Special, 2012 11 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 457 Paul M. Janicke
1 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Basics S § 1.2 (2011…

PRIORITY AND DISCLOSURE: CHALLENGES AND PROTECTIONS TO SMALL INVENTORS IN A FIRST-TO-FILE WORLD
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society 2012 94 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 362 Michael A. Shinall
[FN12] John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 10:2 (2012…

CHINESE PATENT QUALITY: RUNNING THE NUMBERS AND POSSIBLE REMEDIES
John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law Special, 2012 11 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 478 Mark Liang
Quantitative Measures of Chinese Patent Quality. 491 A. Available Data Points. 492 1. Increase in Filings. 492 2. SIPO Staffing..Laws–China, in Patent Law Basics , § 20:2.85 ( John Gladstone Mills III et al. eds., 2011).

MINORITY REPORT: REAL PATENT REFORM, MAYBE LATER–THE AMERICA INVENTS ACT AND THE QUASI-RECODIFICATION SOLUTION
Akron Intellectual Property Journal 2012 6 Akron Intell. Prop. J. 179 Thomas C. Folsom
See John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Overview of.

IS THE BIG BLUE MARBLE GETTING GREENER?
Landslide September/October, 2011 4 No. 1 Landslide 22 Janet S. Hendrickson
[FN17] See 4 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 21A:17 (2d…

MULTI-NATIONAL PATENT LITIGATION: MANAGEMENT OF DISCOVERY AND SETTLEMENT ISSUES AND THE ROLE OF THE JUDICIARY
Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal Autumn 2011 22
[FN3] . John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement of International Patent Rights

SWEET OR SOUR: EXTENDING COPYRIGHT PROTECTION TO FOOD ART
DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law Fall 2011 22 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 41 Caroline M. Reebs
[FN89] . 2 John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

CAN’T THE PTO GET A LITTLE RESPECT?
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Fall 2011 26 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1603 Joshua L. Sohn
4 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §20:9 (2d ed.)

THE UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF STANFORD v. ROCHE
AIPLA Quarterly Journal Summer, 2011 39 AIPLA Q.J. 335 Ted Hagelin
[FN8] See 5 John G. Mills, III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals , § 18:7 (2d…

THE INTERNATIONAL TRADE COMMISSION AND CHANGES TO UNITED STATES PATENT LAW
Brooklyn Law Review Spring, 2011 76 Brook. L. Rev. 1093 Robert E. Bugg
[FN47] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., Importation and Exportation of Patented Goods, in..

PROVING PATENT DAMAGES IS GETTING HARDER, BUT ESTABLISHING PATENT INVALIDITY MAY BE GETTING EASIER–HOW I4I, L.P. v. MICROSOFT CORP. MAY CHANGE THE LANDSCAPE OF PATENT LITIGATION
North Carolina Journal of Law & Technology Online Edition 2011 12 N.C. J.L. & Tech. On. 119 Audra Dial , Betsy Neal
See 4 John Gladstone Mills, III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 20:13 (2d…

WHEN AND WHERE DOES AN INTERNET POSTING CONSTITUTE PUBLICATION? INTERPRETING MOBERG V. 33T LLC
Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal Winter 2011 21 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 495 Julia Marter
[FN189] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., 2 Patent Law Fundamentals § 6:116…

FORMALISM AND PATENT CLAIM DRAFTING: THE STATUS OF DE FACTO INDEPENDENT CLAIMS UNDER THE FOURTH PARAGRAPH OF 35 U.S.C. § 112
Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal Winter 2011 19 Tex. Intell. Prop. L.J. 263 Jason M. Nolan
See John Gladstone Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §14:32 (2d ed. 2010) [hereinafter Patent Law Fundamentals]; John G. Mills III et al., Patent Law Basics §14:18 (2009) [hereinafter…

THE INTERSECTION OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND RACE IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: AN EXAMINATION OF THE INTERPRETATION OF RACIAL CATEGORIES IN PATENT LAW
Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal Winter 2011 8 Hastings Race & Poverty L. J. 1 Tiffany Cruz Gonzalez
[FN117] . John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III, and Robert C. Highley, “Patent Law Fundamentals

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: FUELING THE HEALTH CARE REFORM ENGINE
Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law 2010-2011 11 Wake Forest J. Bus. & Intell. Prop. L. 147 Frederick R. Zufelt , T. Robert Rehm, Jr.
[FN153] . 3 John Gladstone Mills, III, et al., Pat. L. Fundamentals § 19:4 (2d…

HAVE ORPHAN WORKS FOUND A HOME IN CLASS ACTION SETTLEMENTS?
Temple Law Review Winter 2011 83 Temp. L. Rev. 569 Christina M. Costanzo
[FN22] . Id. § 24; see also 2 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 6:115 (2d…

THE CONFLUENCE OF EUROPEAN ACTIVISM AND AMERICAN MINIMALISM: “PATENTABLE SUBJECT MATTER” AFTER BILSKI
Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal 2011 27 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L.J. 247 Patrick E. King, Ryan M. Roberts, Andrew V. Moshirnia
[FN8] . See John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention For the Acquisition and Enforcement of International Patent Rights

GAMES AND OTHER UNCOPYRIGHTABLE SYSTEMS
George Mason Law Review Winter, 2011 18 Geo. Mason L. Rev. 439 Bruce E. Boyden
See, e.g., 2 JOHN GLADSTONE MILLS III ET AL., PATENT LAW FUNDAMENTALS § 7.18 (2d…

BERMUDA’S LEGACY: POLICY, PATENTS, AND THE DESIGN OF THE GENOME COMMONS
Minnesota Journal of Law, Science & Technology Winter 2011 12 Minn. J.L. Sci. & Tech. 61 Jorge L. Contreras
See John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §2:30 (perm. ed…

DATA SHARING, LATENCY VARIABLES, AND SCIENCE COMMONS
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Fall 2010 25 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 1601 Jorge L. Contreras
See John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals sec. 2:30 (perm…

SUPREME COURT REVIEW OF FEDERAL CIRCUIT PATENT CASES – PLACING THE RECENT SCRUTINY IN CONTEXT AND DETERMINING IF IT WILL CONTINUE
DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law Spring 2010 20 DePaul J. Art, Tech. & Intell. Prop. L. 227 Gary M. Hoffman, Robert L. Kinder
[FN7] . See John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III, & Robert C. Highley, 4 Pat…

TECH TRANSFER: EVERYTHING (PATENT) IS NEVER QUITE ENOUGH
University of Louisville Law Review 2010 48 U. Louisville L. Rev. 843 Llewellyn Joseph Gibbons
See 3 John, Gladstone Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 17:23 (2d ed…

OBVIATING THE OBVIOUS? AN APPRAISAL OF PHARMACEUTICAL PATENTS
Journal of High Technology Law 2010 10 J. High Tech. L. 208 Katelyn J. Bernier
[FN138] See John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 12:16 (2d…

EGYPTIAN GODDESS V. SWISA: PATENTLY OBVIOUS? RECONCILING THE ORDINARY OBSERVER AND POINT OF NOVELTY TESTS
Houston Business and Tax Law Journal 2010 10 Hous. Bus. & Tax L. J. 110 Sylvia Ngo
[FN18] . 2 John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

HARMONIZATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS: A CASE STUDY OF TRIPS IMPLEMENTATION IN INDIA’S PHARMACEUTICAL SECTOR
California Law Review December, 2009 97 Cal. L. Rev. 1571 Amy Kapczynski
See John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

PATENTABILITY OF LIVING MATTER RELATED TO BIOFUEL PRODUCTION IN THE U.S.
Oklahoma Journal of Law & Technology October 2, 2009 5 Okla. J. L. & Tech. 46 Nathan K. Shrewsbury
[FN62] Id [FN63] John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

OPEN BORDERS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & FEDERAL CRIMINAL TRADE SECRET LAW
John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2009 9 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 24 Shubha Ghosh
[FN359] See John Gladstone Mills III et al., 1 Pat. L. Fundamentals app. 4(B…

TIME OFF FOR MILITARY FAMILIES: AN EMERGING CASE STUDY IN A TIME OF WAR ․ AND THE TIPPING POINT FOR FUTURE LAWS SUPPORTING WORK-LIFE BALANCE?Rutgers Law Record Spring, 2009 33 Rutgers L. Rec. 46 Marcy Karin
[FN89] John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III, & Robert C. Highley, 1 Patent Law Fundamentals.

THE MONSTER IN THE CLOSET: DECLAWING THE INEQUITABLE CONDUCT BEAST IN THE ATTORNEY-CLIENT PRIVILEGE ARENA
Georgia State University Law Review Spring, 2009 25 Ga. St. U. L. Rev. 735 Alexis N. Simpson
See John Gladstone Mills et al., Information Disclosure (Prior Art) Statements and Proposed Rules.

THE PATENT EXHAUSTION DOCTRINE: PATENT HOLDERS’ RIGHTS versus THE PUBLIC’S INTEREST IN USING THE INVENTION
Phoenix Law Review Spring, 2009 2 Phoenix L. Rev. 163 Javier M. Leija
[FN26] . 2 John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law Fundamentals

EXCLUSION AND EXCLUSIVE USE IN PATENT LAW
Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Spring, 2009 22 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 321 Adam Mossoff
See 1 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 1:4 (2d…

THREADING THE NEEDLE: INTERMEDIATE-SCOPE BROADENING REISSUE CLAIMS AND THE RECAPTURE RULE
Texas Law Review March, 2009 87 Tex. L. Rev. 827 Anthony M. Petro
See 3 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §15:14 (2d ed…

THE PATENTEE AND INFRINGER BATTLEFRONT WORSENS AS COURTS SHARPEN THE INFRINGER’S SWORD
Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review 2009 29 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 407 David A. Haynes
[FN14] . John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

TAX STRATEGY PATENTS: CLOSE PANDORA’S BOX ON PATENTING CRIMINAL DEFENSE STRATEGIES
University of Dayton Law Review Winter, 2009 34 U. Dayton L. Rev. 253 Kathryn T. Ng
[FN110] . John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Riley III, & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

PROTECTING CUISINE UNDER THE RUBRIC OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW: SHOULD THE LAW PLAY A BIGGER ROLE IN THE KITCHEN?
Journal of High Technology Law 2009 9 J. High Tech. L. 21 Emily Cunningham
[FN106] See John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

THE DOCTRINE OF EQUIVALENTS IN VARIOUS PATENT REGIMES–DOES ANYBODY HAVE IT RIGHT?
Yale Journal of Law and Technology Spring, 2008-2009 11 Yale J.L. & Tech. 261 Nicholas Pumfrey, Martin J. Adelman, Shamnad Basheer, Raj S. Davé, Peter Meier-Beck, Yukio Nagasawa, Maximilian Rospatt, Martin Sulsky
A list of all of the cases may be found in John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement of International Patent Rights

IN RE SEAGATE: EFFECTS AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT OF WILLFUL PATENT INFRINGEMENT
West Virginia Law Review Winter, 2009 111 W. Va. L. Rev. 607 Christopher Ryan Lanks
For a more complete understanding of enhanced damages see JOHN GLADSTONE MILLS III, DONALD C. REILEY III, & ROBERT C. HIGHLEY, PATENT LAW FUNDAMENTALS

THE COMPUTER FRAUD AND ABUSE ACT: A VEHICLE FOR LITIGATING TRADE SECRETS IN FEDERAL COURT
John Marshall Review Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2008 8 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 155 Graham M. Liccardi
[FN12] See 1 John Gladstone Mills III, Donald Cress Reiley, III & Robert Claire Highley, Patent Law Fundamentals

TAX SHELTERS AND THE TAX MINIMIZATION NORM: HOW DOES THE PATENTING OF TAX ADVICE TRANSFORM THE (GLOBAL) PLAYING FIELD
Journal of Law in Society Summer, 2008 9 J. L. Society 29 Linda M. Beale
See also John Gladstone Mills III, A Transactional Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

EVERYTHING IS PATENTABLE
Tennessee Law Review Summer, 2008 75 Tenn. L. Rev. 591 Michael Risch
see also, 3 John Gladstone Mills, III, Donald Cress Reiley, III, & Robert Clare Highley, Patent Law Fundamentals

PATENTS, TAXES, AND THE NUCLEAR OPTION: DO WE NEED A “TAX STRATEGY PATENT” BAN TREATY?
University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy Spring 2008 2008 U. Ill. J.L. Tech. & Pol’y 1 Max Stul Oppenheimer
[FN157] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §1:24 (2d ed…

STRIKING THE “RIGHTS” BALANCE AMONG PRIVATE INCENTIVES AND PUBLIC FAIR USES IN THE UNITED STATES AND CHINA
John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law Spring, 2008 7 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 488 Llewellyn Joseph Gibbons , Xiao Li Wang
See John Gladstone Mills III et. al, 4 Patent Law Fundamentals § 20:4…

THE CONTINUING CONTROVERSY OVER BUSINESS METHODS PATENTS
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society February, 2008 90 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 125 Lois Matelan
[FN139] See John Gladstone Mills III et al., 3 Pat. L. Fundamentals App. 16(D…

RECYCLING EFFORTS AND PATENT RIGHTS PROTECTION IN THE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN
Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 2008 33 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 169 Mizuki Sally Hashiguchi
[FN75] . John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III, & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…

TRIALS AND TRIPS-ULATIONS: INDIAN PATENT LAW AND NOVARTIS AG V. UNION OF INDIA
Berkeley Technology Law Journal 2008 23 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 281 Linda L. Lee
4 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Pat. L. Fundamentals §20:110 (2d ed…

THE FUTURE OF THE CORROBORATION REQUIREMENT IN PATENT LAW: WHY A CLEAR, STRICT STANDARD BENEFITS ALL
University of Illinois Law Review 2008 2008 U. Ill. L. Rev. 1319 Mike R. Turner
See 1 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §4.23 (2d ed…

WHAT THEY DON’T KNOW SHOULDN’T HURT YOU: ADDING A PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE PRONG TO THE ON-SALE BAR HELPS PROVIDE CERTAINTY TO INVENTORS AND COMPETITORS ALIKE
Houston Law Review Symposium 2008 45 Hous. L. Rev. 153 Iftikhar Ahmed
see also John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement of International Patent Rights

RETOOLING PATENTS: CURRENT PROBLEMS, PROPOSED SOLUTIONS, AND ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS FOR PATENT REFORM
Houston Business and Tax Law Journal 2008 8 Hous. Bus. & Tax L. J. 425 Kevin R. Davidson
See also John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III, and Robert C. Highley, Patent Law Fundamentals.

PATENTES DE SECUENCIAS DE ADN: ¿QUÉ REALMENTE ESTAMOS PATENTANDO?Revista de Derecho Puertorriqueno 2008 48 Rev. Der P.R. 91 Mairís A. Cassagnol Cornier
[FN59] Id [FN60] John Gladstone Mills, Et Al., Patent Law Fundamentals , §7:2. [FN61] . Patent Act…

RECONCEPTUALIZING PROPERTY IN DESIGNS
Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal 2008 25 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 1105 Orit Fischman Afori
See John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law Fundamentals

THE CROSSROADS OF PATENTABILITY & VALIDITY: WHY RESOLVING CONGRESSIONAL INTENT WILL NOT FIX FUNCTIONAL CLAIMS
John Marshall Review Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2007 7 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 218 Nathaniel V. Riley
2 John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law Fundamentals

YESTERDAY’S TECHNOLOGY, TOMORROW: HOW THE GOVERNMENT’S TREATMENT OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PREVENTS SOLDIERS FROM RECEIVING THE BEST TOOLS TO COMPLETE THEIR MISSION
John Marshall Review Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2007 7 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 171 Daniel Larson
[FN47] John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law Fundamentals.

THE CONTINUING CONTROVERSY OVER BUSINESS METHODS PATENTS
Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal Autumn 2007 18 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 189 Lois Matelan
[FN139] . See John Gladstone Mills III et al., 3 Pat. L. Fundamentals App. 16(D…

FROM OIL LAMPS TO CELL PHONES: WHAT THE TRILATERAL OFFICES CAN TEACH US ABOUT DETANGLING THE METAPHYSICS OF CONTRIBUTORY INFRINGEMENT
Emory International Law Review Fall 2007 21 Emory Int’l L. Rev. 669 Matthew T. Nesbitt
[FN7] . John Gladstone Mills III, A Transactional Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

THE SUPREME COURT ENGAGES IN JUDICIAL ACTIVISM IN INTERPRETING THE PATENT LAW IN EBAY, INC. V. MERCEXCHANGE, L.L.C.
Tulane Journal of Technology and Intellectual Property Fall 2007 10 Tul. J. Tech. & Intell. Prop. 165 Andrew Beckerman-Rodau
See John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Basics §6.25, at 66…

HARMONIZATION WITHOUT CONSENSUS: CRITICAL REFLECTIONS ON DRAFTING A SUBSTANTIVE PATENT LAW TREATY
Duke Law Journal October, 2007 57 Duke L.J. 85 Jerome H. Reichman , Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss
[FN167] See John G. Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement of International Patent Rights

EXTRATERRITORIAL PATENT ENFORCEMENT AND MULTINATIONAL PATENT LITIGATION: PROPOSED GUIDELINES FOR U.S. COURTS
Virginia Law Review September, 2007 93 Va. L. Rev. 1259 Kendra Robins
(extraterritoriality); John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

WHO CARES WHAT THOMAS JEFFERSON THOUGHT ABOUT PATENTS? REEVALUATING THE PATENT “PRIVILEGE” IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT
Cornell Law Review July, 2007 92 Cornell L. Rev. 953 Adam Mossoff
1 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Basics § 1:11 (2d…

DIVIDED INFRINGEMENT: EXPANDING THE EXTRATERRITORIAL SCOPE OF PATENT LAW
New York University Law Review April, 2007 82 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 281 Melissa Feeney Wasserman
[FN125] . See John Gladstone Mills, III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

MULTINATIONAL PATENT ENFORCEMENT: WHAT THE “PAROCHIAL” UNITED STATES CAN LEARN FROM PAST AND PRESENT EUROPEAN INITIATIVES
Cornell International Law Journal Spring, 2007 40 Cornell Int’l L.J. 521 Kerry J. Begley
[FN242] . Bender, supra note 3, at 68; John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

OBVIOUSLY TROUBLESOME: HOW HIGH SHOULD THE STANDARD BE FOR OBTAINING A PATENT
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society March, 2007 89 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 239 Michael Astorino
[FN82] John Gladstone Mills III, et al. Patent Law Fundamentals 2 Pat. L. Fundamentals……FN83] 37 C.F.R. § 1.56(b)(2)(ii) [FN84] John Gladstone Mills III, et al. Patent Law Fundamentals 2 Pat. L. Fundamentals…

PROMOTING THE PROGRESS FOR SOME: WHY INDEPENDENT INVENTORS ARE THE FIRST TO SUFFER AS THE DOCTRINE OF EQUIVALENTS FADES AWAY
South Dakota Law Review 2007 52 S.D. L. Rev. 355 Jared Robert Clark
[FN51] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals app. § 7(B…

NANOTECHNOLOGY AS A NASCENT TECHNOLOGICAL MODEL FOR IMMEDIATE SUBSTANTIVE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN PATENT LAW HARMONIZATION
Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology 2007 17 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 753 William J. Simmons
[FN248] . See generally, John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III, & Robert C. Highley, Patent Law…;John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

FROM CONCEPT TO PRODUCT: THE LEGAL RAMIFICATIONS OF STEM CELLS
Journal of Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical Law 2007 1 J. Biotechnology & Pharmaceutical L. 27 George McGregor et al.
[FN51] . John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highly, 2 Pat…

INDEPENDENT INK AT THE CROSSROADS OF ANTITRUST AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW: THE COURT’S HOLDING REGARDING MARKET POWER IN CASES INVOLVING PATENTS AND IMPLICATIONS IN CASES INVOLVING COPYRIGHTS
Seattle University Law Review Winter 2007 30 Seattle U. L. Rev. 407 Leonard J. Feldman, Rima J. Alaily, Chad D. Farrell
[FN206] I John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 2.15 (2d…

THE ASEAN ENHANCED DISPUTE SETTLEMENT MECHANISM: DOING IT THE “ASEAN WAY”
New York International Law Review Winter, 2007 20 N.Y. Int’l L. Rev. 1 Joel Vander Kooi
[FN23] See John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

A TRANSNATIONAL PATENT CONVENTION FOR THE ACQUISITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL PATENT RIGHTS
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society November, 2006 88 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 958 John Gladstone Mills III
With the development of the Internet and increased international trade in the global economy, owners of intellectual property (“IP”) and specifically patent rights have increased concerns about protecting these rights internationally. Currently national patents protect property rights to new technologies but are only enforceable within the borders…
[FN143] [FNa1] . John Gladstone Mills III is Supervisory Patent Counsel for the United States Navy…

AVAILABILITY OF INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
Harvard Law Review November, 2006 120 Harv. L. Rev. 332
See 4 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §20:65, at 20…

REPRESENTATIVE PATENT CLAIMS: THEIR USE IN APPEALS TO THE BOARD AND IN INFRINGEMENT LITIGATION
Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal November, 2006 23 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L.J. 55 Patricia E. Campbell
[FN18] Id.; see also John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 16:35, at…

DID I SAVE MY SEED FOR THIS? UNITED STATES INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW, THE CONTINUING SHIFT IN PROTECTION FROM GROWERS TO DEVELOPERS, AND SOME POTENTIAL IMPLICATIONS FOR AGRICULTURE
Syracuse Science & Technology Law Reporter Fall, 2006 14 Syracuse Sci. & Tech. L. Rep. 35 Ryan Crawford
[FN27] Id. at 176 (citing John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III & Robert C. Highley, 1 Pat…

THE HAGUE CONVENTION AND EXCLUSIVE CHOICE OF COURT AGREEMENTS: AN IMPERFECT MATCH
Temple International and Comparative Law Journal Fall 2006 20 Temp. Int’l & Comp. L.J. 509 Adam E. Kerns
[FN24] . John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

EXTRATERRITORIAL PATENT INFRINGEMENT LIABILITY AFTER NTP, INC. V. RESEARCH IN MOTION, LTD.
Journal of Corporation Law Fall 2006 32 J. Corp. L. 217 Jason R. Dinges
[FN15] . See generally 4 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 21:4 (2d…

SECONDARY LIABILITY FOR COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT: BITTORRENT AS A VEHICLE FOR ESTABLISHING A NEW COPYRIGHT DEFINITION FOR STAPLE ARTICLES OF COMMERCE
Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems Fall 2006 40 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 1 Matthew Helton
[FN54] . JOHN GLADSTONE MILLS III ET AL., 1 PATENT LAW FUNDAMENTALS § 6:71…

WHY DOCTRINE MATTERS: PATENT AND COPYRIGHT LICENSING AND THE MEANING OF OWNERSHIP IN FEDERAL CONTEXT
Columbia Journal of Law & the Arts Fall 2006 30 Colum. J.L. & Arts 1 Alice Haemmerli
35 U.S.C.§ 261 being inapplicable to licenses.” 3 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 17:5, at…

DISCLOSING AN IMPROPER VERB TENSE: ARE SCIENTISTS KNAVES AND PATENT ATTORNEYS JACKALS REGARDING THE EFFECTS OF INEQUITABLE CONDUCT?University of Baltimore Intellectual Property Law Journal Spring, 2006 14 U. Balt. Intell. Prop. L.J. 121 Cedric A. D’Hue
After preparation of this article, the Federal Circuit was persuaded to reconsider and vacate its 2005 decision in Purdue Pharma L.P. v. Endo Pharms. Inc. Less than eight months after the Federal Circuit’s first proclamation, the same panel of judges vacated their previous decision. Such a change in position is unfortunate, as the change shows that…1988 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 16332, *17-18 (N.D. Cal. 1988) ); John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III and Robert C. Highley, 2.ed Patent Law Fundamentals..

ETHICS IN A GLOBAL BIOPHARMACEUTICAL ENVIRONMENT
Santa Clara Journal of International Law 2006 5 Santa Clara J. Int’l L. 57 Michael J. Malinowski
Pharmaceuticals and biologics (biotech products) have integrated into biopharmaceuticals, sharpening the focus on genomics (gene function) and proteomics (protein function) in drug development. Moreover, the forefront of the “genomics revolution” has advanced: scientists now are grappling with the challenge of making medical sense out of the……13 Cardozo J. Int’l & Comp. L. 631, 636-42 (2005) ; John Gladstone Mills et al., Patent Law Basics § 19:4.1 (2006…

NANOTECHNOLOGY AND THE EXPERIMENTAL USE DEFENSE TO PATENT INFRINGEMENT
McGeorge Law Review 2006 37 McGeorge L. Rev. 129 Nicholas M. Zovko
Madey v. Duke University: Virtually Eliminating the…the remedies available to a patent owner); see generally 3 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 18:3 (2003…

LET THE GAMES BEGIN: INCENTIVES TO INNOVATION IN THE NEW ECONOMY OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW
Santa Clara Law Review 2006 46 Santa Clara L. Rev. 307 Amy L. Landers
[FN171] . John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

PFIZER’S VIAGRA PATENT AND THE PROMISE OF PATENT PROTECTION IN CHINA
Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review Winter 2006 28 Loy. L.A. Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 1 Jeffrey A. Andrews
[FN155] . John Gladstone Mills, Donald C. Reiley & Robert Highley, Patent Law Basics § 20…

CORPORATE PATENTS: OPTIMIZING ORGANIZATIONAL RESPONSES TO INNOVATION OPPORTUNITIES AND INVENTION DISCOVERIES
Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review Winter 2006 10 Marq. Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 1 Richard S. Gruner
Corporate patents –that is, utility patents owned by corporations –are critically important, yet poorly understood creatures of intellectual property law. Under U.S. law, corporations are not proper patent applicants because corporations do not discover inventions, individuals do. Despite this, corporations are frequently assigned patent rights….deemed to be prior art developed by “another person.” See John Gladstone Mills III et al., 3 Patent Law Fundamentals § 17:8…

COLD FUSION: INCREDIBLE CLAIM OR ENERGY OF THE FUTURE?
Thomas M. Cooley Journal of Practical and Clinical Law Michaelmas Term 2006 9 T.M. Cooley J. Prac. & Clinical L. 37 Sandra K. Owens
[FN58] . John Mills, Donald Riley, and Robert Highley, 2 Pat. L. Fundamentals §…

PHILLIPS V. AWH: CHANGING THE NAME OF THE GAME
Akron Law Review 2006 39 Akron L. Rev. 863 David Potashnik
[FN39] . See, e.g., Mills, John Gladstone, et al., Patent Law Basics § 14.2 (analogizing…

GENERAL INTANGIBLE OR COMMERCIAL TORT: MORAL RIGHTS AND STATE-BASED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AS COLLATERAL UNDER U.C.C. REVISED ARTICLE 9
Emory Bankruptcy Developments Journal Fall 2005 22 Emory Bankr. Dev. J. 95 Lars S. Smith
[FN342] 17 U.S.C. § 271 (a). [FN343] Id.; John Gladstone Mills III et al., 4 Pat. L. Fundamentals § 20:4…

FINE ARTISTS’ RESALE ROYALTY RIGHT SHOULD BE ENACTED IN THE UNITED STATES
New York International Law Review Summer, 2005 18 N.Y. Int’l L. Rev. 121 Katreina Eden
A fine artist’s resale royalty right, also known as the droit de suite within the European community, is the right of a fine artist to be compensated with a percentage of the sales proceeds of any subsequent sale of his or her works. The droit de suite has long been established in several European countries, but the United States has never enacted….United States may feel obligated to follow suit). See generally John Gladstone Mills et al., Patent Law Fundamentals 2 Pat. L. Fundamentals §…

ALLOCATION OF JURISDICTION ON PATENT DISPUTES IN THE MODELS DEVELOPED BY THE HAGUE CONFERENCE IN PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW: ASYMMETRIC COUNTRIES AND THE RELATIONSHIP OF PRIVATE PARTIES
Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property Spring, 2005 4 Chi.-Kent J. Intell. Prop. 342 Mariano Municoy
[FN43] . For a partial survey of US cases, see John G. Mills II, Robert C. Highley and Donald C. Reiley III, Database……the use of such a cap system is taken by John Gladstone Mills III, supra, note 28 , at 18.

LIABILITY OF INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDERS FOR INFRINGING ACTIVITIES OF THEIR CUSTOMERS: WILL THE INDUCE ACT SOLVE THE PROBLEM?
University of Baltimore Intellectual Property Law Journal Spring 2005 13 U. Balt. Intell. Prop. L.J. 121 Jonathan Schulman
[FN154] . JOHN GLADSTONE MILLS III, DONALD C. REILEY III & ROBERT C. HIGHLEY, 1 PATENT LAW FUNDAMENTALS…

CÉZANNE AND RENOIR: ANALOGOUS ART IN PATENT LAW
Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal Spring 2005 13 Tex. Intell. Prop. L.J. 243 Lance Leonard Barry
[FN15] John Gladstone Mills, III, et al., Patent Law Basics § 9:21 (2003…

PATENT FENCES AND CONSTITUTIONAL FENCE POSTS: PROPERTY BARRIERS TO PHARMACEUTICAL IMPORTATION
Fordham Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment Law Journal Spring 2005 15 Fordham Intell. Prop. Media & Ent. L.J. 623 Daniel R. Cahoy
Introduction. 624 I. High Pharmaceutical Prices as a Function of the Complex Legal, Regulatory, and Economic Environment. 629 A. The Interaction of Patents and Regulation. 630 B. Differences in International Pharmaceutical Prices Ratchet Up the Pressure on American Consumers. 636 II. Importation Initiatives as a Politically Acceptable Form of Price……the enforcement of U.S. judgments overseas is notoriously thorny. See John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement of International Patent Rights

LESSONS FOR PATENT POLICY FROM EMPIRICAL RESEARCH ON PATENT LITIGATIONLewis & Clark Law Review Spring 2005 9 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1 James Bessen , Michael J. Meurer
This Article reviews empirical patent litigation research to reveal patent policy lessons. First, the Article presents facts about patent litigation. Next, it analyzes the patent premium. Patent litigation research reveals little about the magnitude of the patent premium, but the research reveals the strategies firms use to capture the patent….likelihood of validity and infringement for a preliminary injunction. See John G. Mills, The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in Preliminary Injunctions to…

PATENTING HUMAN LIFE, A MULTIDIMENSIONAL PROBLEM
Lincoln Law Review 2004-2005 32 Lincoln L. Rev. 1 Thomas Schneck
[FN91] . John Gladstone Mills, III, et al., Patent Law Fundamentals 9-14 (West Group…

SCHERING CORP. V. GENEVA PHARMACEUTICALS, INC.: CLARIFICATION OF THE INHERENT ANTICIPATION DOCTRINE AND ITS IMPLICATIONS
Berkeley Technology Law Journal 2005 20 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 95 Cynthia Chen
[FN1] . See 2 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals §10.1 (2d ed…

THE ALI PRINCIPLES ON TRANSNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DISPUTES: WHY INVITE CONFLICTS?
Brooklyn Journal of International Law 2005 30 Brook. J. Int’l L. 819 Rochelle Dreyfuss
As those members of the innovation community who focus on procedural law know, the American Law Institute (ALI) is engaged in a project to facilitate litigation of intellectual property disputes that cross national borders. The enterprise owes its origins to the 1999 Draft of the Convention on Jurisdiction in Civil and Commercial Matters,…Copyrights Abroad, 24 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 45 (2004) ; John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

FINDING THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB: ADEQUATE PROTECTION FOR RESEARCH TOOL PATENTS IN A GLOBAL MARKET?
Houston Journal of International Law Winter 2005 27 Hous. J. Int’l L. 345 John C. Low
[FN1] . See John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: THE OVERLAP BETWEEN UTILITY PATENTS, PLANT PATENTS, THE PVPA, AND TRADE SECRETS AND THE LIMITATIONS ON THAT OVERLAP
North Dakota Law Review 2005 81 N.D. L. Rev. 171 Jonathan D. Carpenter
[FN48] John Gladstone Mills III, Donald C. Reiley III, & Robert C. Highley, 1 Pat…

PREAMBLE INTERPRETATION: CLARIFYING THE “GIVING LIFE, MEANING AND VITALITY” LANGUAGE
Boston University Journal of Science and Technology Law Winter 2005 11 B.U. J. Sci. & Tech. L. 77 Li-Hua Weng
The Origin of the “Giving Life,…measure of the exclusive rights conferred by that patent.” ); 2 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 15:3 (2d…

THE AFFIRMATIVE DUTY TO EXERCISE DUE CARE IN WILLFUL PATENT INFRINGEMENT CASES: WE STILL WANT IT
Houston Business and Tax Law Journal 2005 6 Hous. Bus. & Tax L. J. 176 Harold A. Borland
FN191] Id. at 399 (citing John G. Mills, The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in Preliminary Injunctions to…

THE BIOTECHNOLOGY PROCESS PATENT ACT OF 1995: PROVIDING UNRESOLVED AND UNRECOGNIZED DILEMMAS IN U.S. PATENT LAW
Journal of Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2004 12 J. Intell. Prop. L. 229 Becca Alley
[FN131] . See 2 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 10.36 (2d..

HOW DO THE SOCIAL BENEFITS AND COSTS OF THE PATENT SYSTEM STACK UP IN PHARMACEUTICALS?
Journal of Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2004 12 J. Intell. Prop. L. 75 Daniel J. Gifford
[FN16] . John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 1:30 (2d…

DOES DAVID NEED A NEW SLING? SMALL ENTITIES FACE A COSTLY BARRIER TO PATENT PROTECTION
John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2004 4 J. Marshall Rev. Intell. Prop. L. 184 Jeff A. Ronspies
[FN151] See John G. Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 4.23 (2d…

REASONABLE ROYALTIES FOR 18-MONTH PATENT PUBLICATION INFRINGEMENT: AN UNREASONABLE REMEDY FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Journal of Small and Emerging Business Law Spring 2004 8 J. Small & Emerging Bus. L. 87 Bryan J. Massey
[FN68] . 2 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 16.8 (2d…

…supra Part II. [FN140] . See supra Part III. [FN141] . 1 John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 4:6 (2d…

WHAT DO PATENTS PURCHASE? IN SEARCH OF OPTIMAL IGNORANCE IN THE PATENT OFFICE
Houston Law Review Spring 2004 40 Hous. L. Rev. 1219 Shubha Ghosh , Jay Kesan
…See PTO Manual, supra note 178, § 2107. [FN180] . See John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 2.30 (2d…

I’LL MAKE HIM AN OFFER HE CAN’T REFUSE: A PROPOSED MODEL FOR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY DISPUTES
Akron Law Review 2004 37 Akron L. Rev. 287 Kevin M. Lemley
[FN84] . 3 John Gladstone Mills III, et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 18:53 (2d…

PATENTING BUSINESS METHODS IN EUROPE: WHAT LIES AHEAD?
Indiana Law Journal Winter 2004 79 Ind. L.J. 299 Matthew E. Fink
[FN21] . See, e.g., John Gladstone Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 1:2

COMBINATION TRADE SECRETS AND THE LOGIC OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Santa Clara Computer and High Technology Law Journal January, 2004 20 Santa Clara Computer & High Tech. L.J. 261 Tait Graves, Alexander Macgillivray
There is a growing debate between the proponents of the public domain and supporters of private ownership of information. The contentious discussion on these issues has not yet focused on trade secret law, but it is time to subject trade secret law to the same questions of public policy now asked of copyright, patent, and trademark law. One theory…b] (Warren,, Gorham & Lamont 1996) (some basic analysis and citations); John Gladstone Mills III, Et. Al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 4.8 (2002…

FESTO CORP. V. SHOKETSU KINZOKU KOGYO KABUSHIKI CO. : A FOG BETWEEN THE BARS
Akron Law Review 2004 37 Akron L. Rev. 339 Mark R. Hull
It would be difficult to exaggerate the significance of Festo to the United States patent system. In Festo Corporation v. Shoketsu Kinzoku Kogyo Kabushiki Co., the United States Supreme Court seemingly rescued the doctrine of equivalents from the near fatal wounds inflicted by the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. By rejecting the Federal…Prosecution History Estoppel, 716 Pli/Pat 147 (2002) [FN5] . 3 John Gladstone Mills III Et Al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 18:49 n..

OLD LYRICS, KNOCK-OFF VIDEOS, AND COPYCAT COMIC BOOKS: THE FOURTH FAIR USE FACTOR IN U.S. COPYRIGHT LAW
Syracuse Law Review 2004 54 Syracuse L. Rev. 665 Gregory M. Duhl
The History of the Fair Use Doctrine. 676 B. The Four Factors. 680 1. First Factor: “Purpose and Character of Use” . 682 2. Second Factor: “Nature of…copyrighted work (noncompetitive sales). § 504(b) ; see also 1 John Gladstone Mills, III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 6:90 (2d…

THE BLACK MARKET AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: A POTENTIAL SHERMAN ACT SECTION TWO ANTITRUST DEFENSE?
Albany Law Journal of Science and Technology 2004 14 Alb. L.J. Sci. & Tech. 583 James M. Sellers
The Formation of Black Markets. 598 1. Suppliers and…the product itself and substitutes for it.” ) (footnote omitted). [FN146] . John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

FIVE YEAR INDEX (1999-2003)
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society December, 2003 85 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 97.
Different Inventive Entities….on Enforcing and Defending Patents (& Weiss) 85-791 L1-3 Mills, John G. L2-3,T3 The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm…..Preliminary Injunctions to Prevent Patent Infringement 81-51 L1-3 Mills, John Gladstone III L2-3,T3 A Transnational Patent Convention for…

PATENT FIRST, ASK QUESTIONS LATER: MORALITY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY IN PATENT LAW
William and Mary Law Review December, 2003 45 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 469 Margo A. Bagley
[FN93] . See John G. Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 9:5 (rev…

JUDICIAL FITNESS FOR REVIEW OF COMPLEX BIOTECHNOLOGY ISSUES IN PATENT LITIGATION: TECHNICAL CLAIM INTERPRETATION
Journal of the National Association of Administrative Law Judges Fall 2003 23 J. Nat’l Ass’n Admin. L. Judges 503 Megan E. Lyman
[FN69] . John Gladstone Mills III, Robert C. Highley, & Donald C. Reiley III, Patent Law…

THE JUDICIAL DOCTRINE OF EQUIVALENTS
Harvard Journal of Law & Technology Fall, 2003 17 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 247 Darcy August Paul
All-Elements Rule 261 B…during patent enforcement. 1 Pat. L. Fundamentals § 2:34 ( John Gladstone Mills, III, et al., eds., 2d. ed. 2003). [FN5] . The nomenclature…

COMBATING THE LURE OF IMPROPRIETY IN PROFESSIONAL SPORTS INDUSTRIES: THE DESIRABILITY OF TREATING A PLAYBOOK AS A LEGALLY ENFORCEABLE TRADE SECRET
Journal of Intellectual Property Law Fall 2003 11 J. Intell. Prop. L. 149 Rice Ferrelle
[FN167] . See John Gladstone Mills, III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 12:34 (2d…

ACHIEVING THE BENEFITS OF A CENTRALIZED COMMUNITY PATENT SYSTEM AT MINIMAL COST
Case Western Reserve Journal of International Law Fall, 2003 35 Case W. Res. J. Int’l L. 415 Seth Cannon
[FN29] . John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

HATCH-WAXMAN PATENT SETTLEMENTS AND ANTITRUST: ON “PROBABILISTIC” PATENT RIGHTS AND FALSE POSITIVES
Antitrust Spring, 2003 17-SPG Antitrust 68 Kevin D. McDonald
[FN41] . 3 John G. Mills III et al., Patent Law Fundamentals § 18:4 at…

BREAKING INTO LOCKED ROOMS TO ACCESS COMPUTER SOURCE CODE: DOES THE DMCA VIOLATE A CONSTITUTIONAL MANDATE WHEN TECHNOLOGICAL BARRIERS OF ACCESS ARE APPLIED TO SOFTWARE?
Virginia Journal of Law & Technology Spring 2003 8 Va.J.L. & Tech 2 Rod Dixon
Open Source Removes Independence and…of an intermediate copy of a software program. See, e.g., John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

CONTROLLING OPPORTUNISTIC AND ANTI-COMPETITIVE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LITIGATION
Boston College Law Review March, 2003 44 B.C. L. Rev. 509 Michael J. Meurer
See John G. Mills & Louis S. Zarfas, The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in…

INTRODUCING THE DEFENSE OF INDEPENDENT INVENTION TO MOTIONS FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIONS IN PATENT INFRINGEMENT LAWSUITS
California Law Review January, 2003 91 Cal. L. Rev. 117 Michelle Armond
This and similar applications languished as unpublished “submarine” applications in the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (“PTO”) for decades, as Lemelson filed…Motions in Patent Litigation, 33 IDEA 323, 324 (1993) [FN65] . John G. Mills & Louis S. Zarfas, The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in…

AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL PATENT IN DISGUISE: DID CONGRESS OVERSTEP ITS CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY IN ADOPTING THE CIRCUMVENTION PREVENTION PROVISIONS OF THE DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT?
Brandeis Law Journal Fall, 2002 41 Brandeis L.J. 33 Eugene R. Quinn, Jr.
“Obviously a copyright must not be treated as equivalent to a patent lest long continuing private monopolies be conferred over areas of gainful activity without first satisfying the substantive and procedural prerequisites to the grant of such privileges.” The digital age is upon us and there is no turning back. People all over the world are….a Fair-Use Exemption , 76 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1623 (2001) ; John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

UNCLEAN HANDS AND PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIONS: THE EFFECTS OF DELAY IN BRINGING PATENT INFRINGEMENT CASES
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society April, 2002 84 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 291 Bryan E. Webster , Steven Walmley
[FN50] . John G. Mills, “ The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm ”, 81 JPTOS 51, 68….emphasis added], a determination of irreparable harm.” [FN73] See also , John G. Mills, The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm , 81 JPTOS at 69…

A TRANSNATIONAL PATENT CONVENTION FOR THE ACQUISITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RIGHTS
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society February, 2002 84 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 83 John Gladstone Mills III
…PATENT CONVENTION FOR THE ACQUISITION AND ENFORCEMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RIGHTS John Gladstone Mills III [FNa1] Copyright (c) 2002 by Patent and Trademark, Office Society; John Gladstone Mills III Table of Contents L1-3,T3 Introduction 82 I…

THE FUTURE OF COMPULSORY LICENSING: DECIPHERING THE DOHA DECLARATION ON THE TRIPS AGREEMENT AND PUBLIC HEALTH
American University International Law Review 2002 17 Am. U. Int’l L. Rev. 1299 Divya Murthy
INTRODUCTION. 1300 I. BACKGROUND. 1306 A. Drug Development. 1306 B. Compulsory Licensing Generally. 1307 C. The Development Of An Agreement On Trade-Related Aspects Of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPs). 1308 D. Objectives and Principles of TRIPs. 1310 E. Leading Up to Doha: Bad Public Relations and Cipro. 1312 II. ANALYSIS:THE LEGAL STATUS OF….the territories of a single nation-state. Id. See also John Gladstone Mills III, A Transnational Patent Convention for the Acquisition and Enforcement…

AN ECONOMIC APPROACH TO THE “BALANCE OF HARDSHIPS” AND “PUBLIC INTEREST” TESTS FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION MOTIONS IN PATENT INFRINGEMENT CASES
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society May, 2001 83 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 341 Ramsey Shehadeh, Marion B. Stewart
[FN7] . See John G. Mills, “The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in Preliminary Injunctions to…

COPYRIGHT MISUSE OR A RIGHT TO COMPETE?: A CRITIQUE OF ALCATEL USA V. DGI TECHNOLOGIES
Texas Intellectual Property Law Journal Winter 2001 9 Tex. Intell. Prop. L.J. 269 Theodore Dorenkamp
Introduction. 270 II. Overview of Software Copyrights and Misuse. 272 A. Historical Developments. 272 1. Introduction. 272 2. Scope of Copyright. 273 B. Copyright Misuse. 275 1. The Patent Connection. 275 2. The Antitrust Approach–Copyright Abuse. 279 3. Misuse. 281 C. Reverse Engineering. 285 D. Digital Millennium Copyright Act. 288 F…divine the process which aided in its development or manufacture.” John G. Mills, Possible Defenses To Complaints For Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

THE USE OF EQUITABLE TOOLS IN FREEWAY CONSTRUCTION LITIGATION
Transportation Law Journal Fall 2000 28 Transp. L.J. 15 Lance Wilfred Shoemaker
[FN85] . See John G. Mills et al., The Developing Standard for Irreperable Harm in Preliminary…

NETWORK EFFECTS IN TECHNOLOGY MARKETS: APPLYING THE LESSONS OF INTEL AND MICROSOFT TO FUTURE CLASHES BETWEEN ANTITRUST AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Journal of Intellectual Property Law Fall, 2000 8 J. Intell. Prop. L. 1 John T. Soma , Kevin B. Davis
“At the border of intellectual property monopolies and antitrust markets lies a field of dissonance yet to be harmonized by statute or the Supreme Court.” It has often been stated that there is a tension between the goals of intellectual property and antitrust. This is because intellectual property protections-such as copyright and patent-reward…requirements and standards in seeking preliminary emergency injunctive relief, see John G. Mills, The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in Preliminary Injunctions…

27TH ANNUAL ROSSMAN AWARD
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society April, 2000 82 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 275 Richard T. Stouffer, Chairman, John G. Mills, Recipient
The Rossman Committee was privileged to present two awards this year. The first award was our 27th annual Rossman Award and the second award was, for only the second time in our history, a special citation to an author for many outstanding articles and Letters to the Editor of the Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society over a sustained…
April, 2000 27TH ANNUAL ROSSMAN AWARD Richard T. Stouffer Chairman John G. Mills Recipient Copyright (c) 2000 Patent and Trademark Office Society; Richard T. Stouffer, Chairman and John G. Mills, Recipient The Rossman Committee was privileged to present two awards…

…to Prevent Patent Infringement.” The winning article was authored by John Gladstone Mills III. Mr. Mills is a Primary Classifier/Examiner in Technology…

ALCATEL USA, INC. V. DGI TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Berkeley Technology Law Journal 2000 15 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 25 Ben Sheffner
The Copyright Act grants copyright owners the exclusive right to copy, sell, import, distribute, and prepare derivative works of their copyrighted material. Owners of copyrighted software, however, often want more: not just the right to keep competitors from selling infringing software, but to prohibit others from developing non-infringing,…Intellectual Property Monopoly, 6 J. Intell. Prop. L. 1 (1998); John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

THE CONFLUENCE OF ANTITRUST AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AT THE NEW CENTURY
Minnesota Intellectual Property Review 2000 1 Minn. Intell. Prop. Rev. 1 E. Thomas Sullivan
[FN90] . See generally John Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

REVERSE ENGINEERING OF SOFTWARE: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE LEGALITY OF INTERMEDIATE COPYING
Loyola of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review 2000 20 Loy. L.A. Ent. L. Rev. 561 Terril Lewis
See John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

MOTION PICTURE COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT AND THE PRESUMPTION OF IRREPARABLE HARM: TOWARD A REEVALUATION OF THE STANDARD FOR PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIVE RELIEF
Rutgers Law Journal Fall, 1999 31 Rutgers L.J. 173 K.J. Greene
[FN141] . John G. Mills & Louis S. Zarfas, The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in…

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, CONTRACTS, AND REVERSE ENGINEERING AFTER PROCD: A PROPOSED COMPROMISE FOR COMPUTER SOFTWARE
Fordham Law Review May, 1999 67 Fordham L. Rev. 3297 Anthony J. Mahajan
[FN68] . See John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

COPYRIGHT, DIGITIZATION OF IMAGES, AND ART MUSEUMS: CYBERSPACE AND OTHER NEW FRONTIERS
UCLA Entertainment Law Review Spring 1999 6 UCLA Ent. L. Rev. 149 Sharon Appel
“[W]hile I shall think myself bound to secure every man in the enjoyment of his copy-right, one must not put manacles upon science.” Lord Ellenborough, Carey v. Kearsley, 4 Esp. 168, 170, 170 Eng.Rep. 679, 681 (K.B.1803) I. INTRODUCTION. 151 II. THE LAW OF COPYRIGHT. 154 A. Historical Origins of Copyright Law. 154 B. Constitutional and…communicate with one another wherever they are in the ‘net.” John Gladstone Mills III, Entertainment on the Internet: First Amendment and Copyright Issues…

COMMENTARY: BLACK HOLES OF INNOVATION IN THE SOFTWARE ARTS
Berkeley Technology Law Journal Spring 1999 14 Berkeley Tech. L.J. 567 By Mark A. Haynes
In order to promote technological progress, the intellectual property system relies on a careful balance between free access to information about products on the market on the one hand, and the encouragement of investment in innovation through the exclusive rights of patent, copyright, and trade secret laws on the other hand. In the software arts,..Am., 975 F.2d 832 (Fed. Cir. 1992) .
See also John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

PRIVATELY LEGISLATED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS: RECONCILING FREEDOM OF CONTRACT WITH PUBLIC GOOD USES OF INFORMATION
University of Pennsylvania Law Review April, 1999 147 U. Pa. L. Rev. 875 J.H. Reichman, Jonathan A. Franklin
Introduction. 876 I. Contracting Around the Outer Edge of the Federal Intellectual Property System. 884 A. The Dual Function of Information in the Networked Environment. 884 1. Collapse of the Patent-Copyright Dichotomy. 888 2. Islands of Competition in a Sea of Exclusive Property Rights?. 891 B. The Restored Power of the Two-Party Deal. 897 C….that this may give rise to a copyright misuse defense); John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

NOTES FROM THE EDITOR
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society February, 1999 81 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 80 Louis S. Zarfas, Editor-in-Chief JPTOS
Upon review of last month’s edition, I want to make our readership aware that the article The Developing Standard for Irreparable Harm in Preliminary Injunctions to Prevent Patent Infringement by John G. Mills is copyrighted in the name of John Gladstone Mills III and that John is a Patent Examiner in the Electrical/Computer Technology Center.

NEGLIGENT PUBLICATION OF STATEMENTS POSTED ON ELECTRONIC BULLETIN BOARDS: IS THERE ANY LIABILITY LEFT AFTER ZERAN?
Santa Clara Law Review 1999 39 Santa Clara L. Rev. 905 David Wiener
The Internet has challenged the legal community to apply common law legal theories to modern “high tech” issues. Case law and subsequent law review articles have addressed legal issues involving the liability of Online Service Providers (OSPs) in areas of defamation, copyright infringement, trademark infringement, and various First Amendment…482 PLI/Pat 559 (1997)
[FN4] . See id. [FN5] . See John Gladstone Mills, III, Entertainment on the Internet: First Amendment and Copyright Issues…

THE DEVELOPING STANDARD FOR IRREPARABLE HARM IN PRELIMINARY INJUNCTIONS TO PREVENT PATENT INFRINGEMENT
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society January, 1999 81 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 51 John G. Mills , Louis S. Zarfas, Editor-in-Chief
A Paper Submitted by John G. Mills to Professor Jeffrey F. Liss Equitable Remedies Seminar, Georgetown University Law Center

RECONSIDERING COPYRIGHT PROTECTION FOR SOFTWARE
University of New Brunswick Law Journal 1999 48 U.N.B. L.J. 95 Dina Koutouki
As we approach the year 2000, technology is the topic at the forefront of many discussions concerning the next millennium. Year 2000 computer bug aside, many in the media and in general society are becoming more and more aware of the role technology plays in their daily lives. The general public is showing an increased interest in the way that…construct a parsing program should be deemed non-infringement.
[FN23] . John G. Mills, Possible Defences to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

BEYOND PREEMPTION: THE LAW AND POLICY OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LICENSING
California Law Review January, 1999 87 Cal. L. Rev. 111 Mark A. Lemley
Introduction. 113 I. The Tension Between Article 2B and Intellectual Property. 117 A. Article 2B’s Expansion of the Scope and Power of Contracts. 118 B. Potential Conflicts with Intellectual Property Law. 124 1. Patent Law. 126 2. Copyright Law. 128 3. Trade Secret Law. 133 4. Trademark Law. 134 5. Remedies. 135 C. Conclusions. 136 II. Preemption…misuse defense does not require proof of an antitrust violation.” );
John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

LINKING AND FRAMING ON THE INTERNET: LIABILITY UNDER TRADEMARK AND COPYRIGHT LAW
DePaul Business Law Journal Fall-Winter, 1998 11 DePaul Bus. L.J. 185 Nicole M. Bond
[FN1] . See John Gladstone Mills, III, Entertainment on the Internet: First Amendment and Copyright Issues…

POSSIBLE DEFENSES TO COMPLAINTS FOR COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT AND REVERSE ENGINEERING OF COMPUTER SOFTWARE: IMPLICATIONS FOR ANTITRUST AND I.P. LAW
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society February, 1998 80 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 101 John G. Mills
Copyright 1998, John Gladstone Mills III [FNaa1] . Patent Examiner, Electrical/Computer Examination Center, U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.

THIRTIETH SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON COMPUTERS, TECHNOLOGY AND THE LAW
Rutgers Computer and Technology Law Journal 1998 24 Rutgers Computer & Tech. L.J. 453
This Index is a compilation of the most important and timely articles on virtually all areas of technology and the law.
John Gladstone Mills III, Entertainment on the Internet: First Amendment and Copyright Issues…

NO PROTECTION, NO PROGRESS FOR GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACES
Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review 1998 2 Marq. Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 157 Jane M. Rolling
Innovation in the technical industries is fueled by competition. As with any other industry, the key to successfully competing in software is capable research and development efforts; the end result of which is evidenced by the ability to roll out innovative and effective software products. The incentive for software producers, of course, is the…Copyright Misuse , 19 U. Dayton L. Rev . 1087, 1089 (1994);
John G. Mills, Possible Defenses to Complaints for Copyright Infringement and Reverse Engineering…

ON LEGAL PROTECTION FOR ELECTRONIC TEXTS: A REPLY TO PROFESSOR PATTERSON AND JUDGE BIRCH
Journal of Intellectual Property Law Fall, 1997 5 J. Intell. Prop. L. 195 Douglas Y’Barbo
Astronauts in the weightlessness of pixelated space Exchange graffiti with a disembodied race -Neil Peart, Virtuality The purpose of this Article is to respond to a recent article by Professor L. Ray Patterson and Circuit Judge Stanley F. Birch, Jr. entitled Copyright and Free Speech Rights, published in a prior issue of this Journal. Professor…of Copyright Law , 81 Iowa L. Rev . 1395, 1415 (1996) ;
John Gladstone Mills, Entertainment on the Internet: First Amendment and Copyright Issues , 79…

ENTERTAINMENT ON THE INTERNET: FIRST AMENDMENT AND COPYRIGHT ISSUES
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society July, 1997 79 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 461 John Gladstone Mills, III Patent Classifier, Electrical/Computer Examination Sector, U.S. Patent & Trademark Office.
Imagine there’s no heaven, It’s easy if you try … Imagine all the people Living for today … Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do … Imagine no possessions I wonder if you can … Imagine all the people Sharing all the world … John Lennon, Imagine, 1972 Thence to behold this new created World Th’addition of his Empire, how it shew’d In…

NOTES FROM THE EDITOR
Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society July, 1997 79 J. Pat. & Trademark Off. Soc’y 456 Louis S. Zarfas, Editor-in-Chief
For July, we revisit several topics and start anew on another. Tom Eschweiler updates us on the latest wrinkle in the Lemelson litigation. Could this be the last gasp for continuing application laches? John Mills mines the interplay between the First Amendment and Copyright in the arena of the Internet. Janice Mueller provides a third view of the…..Could this be the last gasp for continuing application laches? John Mills mines the interplay between the First Amendment and Copyright infringement.