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I agree wholeheartedly. I'm sure some of us here disagree with at least some of Slusky's advice, but it's still a valuable resource. Slusky actually explains the thought process behind the claiming strategy, which is something I haven't seen elsewhere.

The classic is "Landis on Mechanics of Patent Claim Drafting." Here's a review from IP Watchdog:

[Note: Faber took over the book years ago, so now it's called "Faber on ..."]

IMHO, Slusky is far better for beginners.

Thanks, that sounds like what I'm looking for. From what I've heard, Landis/Faber is a little outdated.

Do you know of any significant differences between the 1st and 2nd editions of Slusky's book?

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Do you guys have any recommendations for books or other resources on claim drafting?

I'm a former IP associate transitioning into the role of a in-house patent agent. While I've read tons of claim sets, I've never written one before and it feels a little like teaching myself to swim by reading a book about it. I know what the end result's supposed to look like, but the process is unfamiliar and difficult.

Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

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