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Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks & Allied Rights
Intellectual Property: Patents, Copyrights, Trademarks & Allied Rights
8th Edition
ISBN:  9780414025592
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  21 Aug 2013
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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Long established as the leading textbook in this area of law, Cornish, Llewelyn & Aplin's Intellectual Property provides up to date and authoritative coverage of the whole spectrum of IP law as it applies to the UK.
  • Goes through the main types of IP chapter by chapter, making it easy for the reader to find what they are looking for
  • Explains what the different types are and the common grounds they share
  • Includes chapters on IP rights under EU law, IP and personal privacy, IP and digital technology, IP and biotechnology
  • Enables understanding of the text with supporting cases, references and explanatory narrative putting everything in to context
  • Draws on legislation from UK, EU and international sources
  • Includes coverage of key legislative and case law developments
  • Contains tables including European Legislation and International Treaties, Conventions and Agreements
  • Part One: Common Ground
  • Starting Points
  • The Enforcement of Rights
  • Part Two: Patents
  • Growth and Purpose of Patents
  • The Patent Grant and Content
  • Validity
  • Scope of Monopoly
  • Property Rights and Exploitation
  • Part Three: Confidence and Personal Privacy
  • Confidential Information
  • Personal Privacy
  • Part Four: Copyright and Designs
  • Range and Aims of Copyright
  • Substance of Copyright
  • Infringement of Copyright and Moral Rights
  • Property Rights and Exploitation
  • Copyright: Particular Cases
  • Industrial Designs
  • Part Five: Trade Marks and Names
  • Competitor and Consumer
  • Registered Trade Marks
  • Part Six: The European Dimension and New Technologies
  • Intellectual Property in the European Union
  • Digital Technology: Computers and The Internet
  • Intellectual Property and Biotechnology
  • Competition Law
  • Joint Interests in Marks, Names and Symbols
  • Plant varieties
"The book is essential for all serious students of the field." 

"This book continues to be one of the key titles in this field." 
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