January/February 2014

[Way]Back to the Future: Using the Wayback Machine in Patent Litigation

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[Way]Back to the Future: Using the Wayback Machine in Patent Litigation

Informal discovery is an indispensable part of the fact development process and is dominated by web-based resources available to cunning litigators sleuthing the Internet. One resource particularly helpful in patent litigation is the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine—which enables attorneys to find prior art webpages that are no longer accessible on the Internet.

The U.S. must strengthen its system of intellectual property rights in order to stay on top of global economy.

A look is taken at the changes in law and practice proposed in H.R. 3309.

The clash between American copyright holders and foreign OSPs is an important one, and one that is not likely to disappear soon.

The column provides highlights of recent trademark, copyright, trade secret, and patent cases.

Recent IP developments from around the globe are discussed.

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