Selected Publications by MERRITT R. BLAKESLEE
By clicking on the links below, you may retrieve full-text versions of selected legal publications by Merritt R. Blakeslee. The materials on this page are intended, but not guaranteed, to reflect current legal developments and the current state of the law.What You Need to Know before Shipping Cartridges to the U.S.A., RECYCLING TIMES, No. 93, 16-21 (December 2017). [For Chinese-language version, click here.]
A Survivor’s Guide to Section 337 Investigations and ITC General Exclusion Orders: Part I – The International Trade Commission and the ink and toner cartridge remanufacturing industry, RECYCLING TIMES No. 72, 34-39 (March 2016); Part II – What you need to know if you are named as a defendant in an ITC 337 investigation, RECYCLING TIMES No. 75, 16-21 (June 2016); Part III – What you need to know in order to continue to import legally after the ITC issues a general exclusion order or other injunction covering your products, RECYCLING TIMES No. 78, 16-21 (September 2016). [For Part I, click here.]
[For Part II, click here.]
[For Part III, click here.]
What happens in Vegas . . .: Seizure orders issued against alleged patent infringers at Las Vegas trade shows by the Nevada federal district court (with R. Austin Blakeslee), LEXOLOGY.COM, February 3, 2016.
It's Not So Patently Obvious, RECYCLING TIMES, No. 65, 24-27 (August 2015) (re claims of toner cartridge remanufacturers to sell a “patent-free” product).
Post-litigation Enforcement of Remedial Orders Issued by the U.S. International Trade Commission in Section 337 Investigations, 8 J. MARSHALL REV. INTELL. PROP. L. 248 (2009).
Sourcing Your Products from China without Losing Your Shirt, Your Intellectual Property, or Your Customers, THE SEMA NEWS (Dec. 2007 & Feb. 2008).
Seeking Adjudication of a Design-Around in Section 337 Patent Infringement Investigations: Procedural Context and Strategic Considerations, 35 AIPLA QUARTERLY JOURNAL 385 (Fall 2007) (with Christopher V. Meservy).
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