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Cases and Materials in Intellectual Property Law 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9780273635567
ISBN: 0273635565
Previous Edition ISBN: 0273607197
Published: April 1999
Publisher: Pearson Education Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £57.99



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This wide ranging collection of cases and materials is the perfect complement to any intellectual property textbook. Each chapter is prefaced by a brief introductory narrative and the various extracts are linked and set in context by the author's commentary. The European dimension of intellectual property is fully covered including EC competition law and international conventions.

This collection contains a wide range of materials. Extracts are taken from scholarly articles, academic textbooks, and statutes as well as law reports. A number of cases are extracted from less widely available law reports that students might not otherwise have access to.

The author's commentary is full and interspersed with questions designed to make students think. *

  • Considerably expanded second edition.
  • Supports the main text by the same author.
  • The wide range of materials selected give a socio-historical perspective to the study of intellectual property as well as a contemporary perspective.

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Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Part 1: Basic principles and foundations Nature Philosophy and justification
Part 2: Copyright Basic principles Subsistence Authorship and ownership Moral rights Infringement Remedies Exceptions and defences
Part 3: Confidence Nature and scope Quality of confidence Obligation of confidence Unauthorised use/loss Employee/employer Remedies
Part 4:Patents RationaleRegistration Basic requirements Novelty Inventive step Industrial application Exclusions Ownership Infringement Remedies Exceptions and defences
Part 5:Design rights Registered designs Design right Artistic copyright
Part 6: Trade marks What is a trade mark? Requirements for registration Unregisterable trademarks Rights Infringement Remedies Exceptions and defences
Part 7: Passing off General Nature Goodwill Misrepresentation Damage Common field of activity
Part 8: Trade libel
Part 9: Other rights Plant breeders' rights Rights in performances
Part 10: Competition law and IP UK competition law EC Competition law Articles 30-36 Article 85 Article 86
Part 11: Evidential Anton Piller orders Interlocutory injunctions Trap orders and survey evidence P
art 12: Criminal law and IP rights Trade descriptions, forgery, going equipped Conspiracy and incitement
miscellaneous