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The aim of this book is to provide a complete and practical approach to the law of intellectual property as it affects computer software, which identifies the most common problem areas and offers workable solutions. It deals with protection to key areas such as ideas, copyright, trademarks and patents and suggests remedies available on breach of rights with reference to major case law. The emphasis of the book is to solve practical every day problems in the area of computer law. It covers the Faccenda chicken case concerning trade secrets and covers the Merrill Lynch case concering patent applications for computer software.