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James & Wells Intellectual Property Law in New Zealand (2nd edition) is an authoritative reference point for practitioners, judges, patent attorneys and students which clearly and concisely explores key principles of intellectual property law. The book takes a principles-based approach which makes it a valuable and practical research tool highly suitable for professional and student use.
The new edition offers a detailed and updated analysis of legislation and case law, analysing developments in the areas of patent law, copyright and trademarks especially, as well as covering new law from plant variety rights to layout designs, passing off and border protection.
In the foreword to the second edition Hon. Sir Ian Barker QC states: "The editor’s diligence and his encyclopaedic knowledge of the numerous subjects covered combine to deliver a work that should be indispensable for all those dealing with intellectual property."