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Intellectual property forms the basis of the information society. Often it is a company's trademarks, copyrights and/or patents that make up its real value. This book covers the essential features of the protection of intellectual property in Germany.
With respect to each of the relevant intellectual property rights (patents, copyright, designs, trademarks and know-how), it systematically describes protection and enforcement requirements, infringement and nullity issues as well as licensing issues. It also deals with the typical course and special features of infringement litigation.
The book further provides an overview of the fundamentals of arbitration and mediation in the context of intellectual property. The work provides quick access to the most significant issues in this special area of German law, including relevant legislation in English.
The authors are recognized experts in the field of intellectual property law. They advise and represent German and foreign companies in proceedings before German and European courts as well as before national and international arbitration tribunals, before the German Patent and Trademark Office, the OHIM and the European Patent Office.