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Intellectual Property in Australia is an insightful treatment of the various trends and tensions that exist within the individual regimes devoted to particular forms of intellectual property, and in the subject as a whole.
Written in clear and engaging terms, the book provides in-depth and topical treatment of each regime and the policy issues they have generated, and draws on leading cases as examples of a particular type of problem or decision.
Providing a solid learning resource for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, and those who teach them, Intellectual Property in Australia also provides practical advice for practitioners.