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4 edition of A Patent Lie found in the catalog.

A Patent Lie

by Paul Goldstein

  • 26 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24272864M
ISBN 109780385526647
OCLC/WorldCa236215531

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A Patent Lie by Paul Goldstein Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Patent Lie is the sequel to his first novel, Errors and Omissions. A New York native, he now lives outside San Francisco/5(25). A gripping inside look at high-stakes lawyering, A Patent Lie is further evidence that Paul Goldstein is an emerging master of the legal being forced from his high-powered Manhattan law firm, /5.

"A Patent Lie" is an excellent read. A trial lawyer from Buffalo is brought to San Francisco on short notice to try a patent law case. The plot is well crafted, including many of the nuances peculiar to patent litigation /5(25).

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J • A Patent Lie, the new novel by Paul Goldstein, trumps John Grisham's work in every way — character, setting, plot and prose — and gives readers interested in the drama of a.

A Patent Lie Paul Goldstein, Author. Doubleday $ (p) ISBN Buy this book. Goldstein, a Stanford law professor and intellectual. Lukewarm legal thriller centering on a courtroom battle for the patent to an AIDS vaccine.

Goldstein (Law/Stanford Univ.; Errors and Omissions,etc.) opens with a by the numbers scene in which Leonard Seeley, medical officer at a West Coast biotech company, entreats his brother Michael, a lawyer, to spearhead a case involving the patent.

A Patent Lie A Novel (Book): Goldstein, Paul: Michael Seeley, the tough-but-wounded hero of Errors and Omissions, has resigned from his high-powered Manhattan law firm to work as a sole practitioner in Buffalo.

Business is slow, so when his estranged brother, Leonard, a doctor, flies in from California to beg him to take on a suit for patent.

"A Patent Lie" is an excellent read. A trial lawyer from Buffalo is brought to San Francisco on short notice to try a patent law case. The plot is well crafted, including many of the nuances peculiar to patent litigation 4/5(10).

A timely and fascinating look at how the law operates at its most arcane yet financially consequential, A Patent Lie is further evidence that Paul Goldstein is an emerging master of the legal thriller.

Paul Goldstein has 58 books on Goodreads with ratings. Paul Goldstein’s most popular book is A Patent Lie. And, like Bell, whoever reaches the finish line first not only gets the prize they were all competing for-a patent- but, with that patent, the power to stop anyone else, including the runner-up, from producing or selling the invention.” ― Paul Goldstein, A Patent Lie/5.

A Patent Lie Octo ebooks md A gripping inside look at high-stakes lawyering, A Patent Lie is further evidence that Paul Goldstein is an emerging master of the legal. A patent lie: a novel.

[Paul Goldstein] -- After being forced from his high-powered Manhattan law firm, Michael Seeley has set up shop in his native Buffalo to take a case for his brother's biotech firm.

A patent lie: a novel. [Paul Goldstein] -- Michael Seeley, the tough-but-wounded hero of Errors and Omissions, has resigned from his high-powered Manhattan law firm to work as a sole practitioner in.

It’s not often that a fiction thriller comes along featuring a patent attorney as the lead character so I was anxious to see such a combination in Paul Goldstein’s novel “A Patent Lie.”” Labeled as “Owning the truth is a matter of life and death,” the book. "A Patent Lie" is refreshing in so many ways.

For example - it's NOT set in a Dixie city walled tight against justice by racist cretins. It's not about corrupt governments nor business-mogul polluters snatching.

A Patent Lie. By Timothy B. Lee. This article appeared in The New York Times on June 9, Mr. Smith has argued that patents are essential to technological breakthroughs in software.

‘A Patent Lie’ by Paul Goldstein: Legal thriller is a rewarding read — Dallas Morning News, Jun. 22, “Flawed Representation” — The Washington Post, Jun. 16, Publisher’s Weekly Review — April.

A Patent Lie Book A gripping inside look at high-stakes lawyering, A Patent Lie is further evidence that Paul Goldstein is an emerging master of the legal being forced from his high-powered. Ethical quandaries deepen into mortal danger as the trial, under the stern prodding of federal judge Ellen Farnsworth, rushes to its unexpected end.

A timely and fascinating look at how the law operates at its most arcane yet financially consequential, A Patent Lie ."A Patent Lie" is an excellent read.

A trial lawyer from Buffalo is brought to San Francisco on short notice to try a patent law case. The plot is well crafted, including many of the nuances peculiar to patent /5(24).

You don't patent a book, you copyright it. First write the book, that's step one. Then worry about the rest. There are plenty of books at your local bookstore to explain the rest.