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A Guidebook to Intellectual Property: Patents, Trade Marks, C
A Guidebook to Intellectual Property: Patents, Trade Marks, C
Patents, Trade Marks, Copyright and Designs
5th Edition
ISBN:  9780421799806
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  17 Nov 2004
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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This book, totally revamped since the last edition, explains the basic principles of intellectual property in an approachable and straightforward manner.

  • Covers all the core areas of patents, trade marks, registered designs and copyright
  • Designed for both law students and those who need an accessible introduction to intellectual property law
  • The fifth edition incorporates a section on the Internet, and a section on international aspects of intellectual property
  • Details developments in patent, trade mark and copyright law, developments in database rights and new European design rights, and developments in rights of privacy
CONTENTS
  • Patents and how to get them
  • Important inventions
  • Crown rights and security
  • Different degrees of protections
  • What registered marks are for
  • How to register a mark in trade mark law
  • Certification and Collective trademarks
  • Passing-off
  • Slander of goods
  • The criminal law
  • Copyright
  • Infringement
  • Design right
  • Confidence
  • Moral rights
  • Free movement and competition in the EU
  • International aspects of IP
  • IP and the internet
  • Future developments and further reading
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