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|Text||Reserve Section||Non Fiction||346.048 CON 2016 (Browse shelf)||Not For Loan|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of contents Intellectual property law : an introduction -- Copyright 1 : history, rationale and subject matter -- Copyright 2 : first ownership, moral rights and term -- Copyright 3 : economic rights and infringement -- Copyright 4 : exceptions, technical protection measures and contracts -- Rights akin to copyright : datebase right and performers' rights -- Contemporary issues in copyright -- Registered designs -- Unregistered designs -- Patent regimes and the application process -- Patentability and infringement -- Contemporary issues in patent law -- The function of a trade mark and the national, EU, and international regime -- Definition of a trade mark and registration -- Relative ground for refusing registration, infringement and defences -- Cotemporary issues in trade mark law -- Passing off -- Breach of confidence -- Control of information, reputation, and intellectual property -- Free movement of goods and intellectual property rights -- Intellectual property and EU competition law -- Exploitation of intellectual property rights, enforcement and remedies -- Intellectual property and international private law.
A unique perspective on intellectual property law. It examines the complex policies that inform and guide modern intellectual property law at the domestic (including Scottish), European and international levels, giving the reader a true insight into the discipline and the shape of things to come.