16 Fed. Cir. B.J. [i] (2006-2007)

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1    Letter from Judge Ellis

Federal                  1.Th
1. The Magnitude of the Markman Reversal Rate
Circuit                     (MRR) - 1
2. Judges Must Engage the Patent Technology and Issue
Bar                         Claim Construction Opinions o 2
Journal                  3. The Need to Reform the Drafting of Claim Language in
the PTO * 4
CONTENTS                4. Scope of Federal Circuit Review * 5
7    H.R. 5418
13   Guidelines for Patent Claim Construction: Post-
Phillips-The Basics of a Markman Hearing
Introduction - 13
II.  Background * 15
III. The Timing of Claim Construction e 15
IV.  Format of the Markman Hearing  23
V.   Evidence Pertinent to Claim Construction * 24
VI. Contentions  28
VII. Issues Raised Sua Sponte * 29
VIII. Appeal  30
Appendix A  30
31   The Department of Veterans Affairs and the
Constitutional Implications of Judicial Review:
Veterans' Due Process Right to Hire Counsel
Introduction  31
I. A Brief Overview of Veterans' Benefits Adjudication  32
II. The VJRA Fundamentally Changed VA
Adjudication 0 33
III. In the Post-VJRA Administrative Environment, 38 U.S.C.
 5904(c) Deprives Veterans of Due Process - 38
IV. The Courts Should Strike Down 38 U.S.C.  5904(c)
.or Congress Should Repeal It to Protect the Due Process
Rights of Veterans - 50

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