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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
A Guidebook to Intellectual Property 6th ed isbn 9781849463256

A Guidebook to Intellectual Property: Patents, Trade Marks, Copyright and Designs 5th ed

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ISBN13: 9780421799806
ISBN: 0421799803
New Edition ISBN: 9781849463256
Published: January 2005
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



This book, totally revamped since the last edition, explains the basic principles of intellectual property in an approachable and straightforward manner. It covers all the core areas of patents, trade marks, registered designs and copyright. The new edition incorporates key developments and case law since the last edition such as-

  • All the latest developments in patent, trade mark and copyright law;
  • A new section on the Internet
  • A new section on international aspects of intellectual property
  • Database rights and new European design rights
  • Rights of privacy

It is designed partly for law students but also partly for others, for instance a businessman who wants an authoritative but hassle-free introduction to intellectual property. It is an insider's view from the front line. If you want a book which will tell you - painlessly, even enjoyably what you really need to know about IP, this is the book for you. Reading this will give you a true feel for the subject.

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Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Patents and how to get them
Important inventionss
Crown rights and security
Different degrees of protectionss
What registered marks are for
How to register a mark in trade mark laws
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.