An E-Brief Reading Guide to the Latest Decision in Apple v. Samsung

This post provides an annotated version of the Apple v. Samsung iPhone patent decision. These annotations are like those we use in an e-brief / ebrief. The post provides a video showing how to do the bookmarking annotations.

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As a patent attorney and an iPhone addict, I spent yesterday morning reading the latest decision from the Federal Circuit in the patent war raging between Apple and Samsung.

Because I am a tech geek as well as a patent geek, I bookmarked the opinion in Adobe Acrobat as I read. This bookmarking is something we use in e-briefs (or ebriefs if you prefer) to let the reader jump to sections of a long document. I started this bookmarking for my own use so that I could later refer back to the opinion. However, as I went, it occurred to me that this bookmarked opinion may be helpful to others. So, I added a hyperlinked table of contents and some back buttons (like we use in e-briefs), and here it is: the Apple III opinion – e-brief style.

Below, I provide a short video explaining how to bookmark PDFs yourself if you are so inclined, as well as some links to the Patently O blog posts analyzing the decision. (more…)

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