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Intellectual Property in Practice

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ISBN13: 9780414014749
ISBN: 041401474X
Published: July 2004
Publisher: W. Green
Country of Publication: Scotland
Format: Hardback
Price: £78.00



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This work succeeds in dispelling the mystery that can surround intellectual property law This highly practical and detailed guide is the first dedicated publication to address the whole of intellectual property law from a uniquely Scottish perspective. This title's clear and practice-focused advice establishes it as an essential research tool, illustrating the impact intellectual property has on day-to-day legal issues.

By breaking down this area of law into its numerous component parts and explaining each in turn, Intellectual Property Law in Practice concentrates on providing the essential information necessary to handle the vast majority of intellectual property issues. Quick and clear reference is provided with topics such as patent, trade mark and design law divided into substantive and procedural sections, giving straightforward references to other relevant materials.

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Subjects:
Scots Law
Contents:
History of intellectual property law in Scotland; Concepts common to all forms of intellectual property; Patents; Patent granting procedure; Trade marks; Passing-off; Copyright Performers rights and moral rights; Design rights; Confidence and trade secrets; Licensing, assignation and franchising; Free movement and exhaustion of rights; Competition law and intellectual property ;E-Commerce, database protection, semiconductor chip protection and intellectual property rights; New plant varieties and protection for bioculture; The way of the future