Delaware IP Law Blog (new) notes an interesting DJ decision where the patent holder sent an ameliorative letter after the action was filed. The judge found that the letter did not mitigate the would-be infringer’s apprehension of suit. (The letter apparently did not rise to the level level of a promise not to sue).
Intellectual Property Research Canons: As part of a research canons project, several law professors are looking for the “books and articles that are essential to a new academic in the field” of intellectual property. Add your comment here. You may remember that last year, Patently-O won some award as “best blog.” Based on the comments here, Patently-O has now become both canonical and scholarly.