Intellectual Property Law Professional Practice Guide
This "Intellectual Property Practice Professional Guide" is designed to give apprentice solicitors a clear and thorough understanding of the current intellectual property practice and procedure. In particular, it will delve more intensely into the many areas of IP, such as trade marks, passing off, patents, copyright, databases, computer programs, industrial designs, domain names, licensing, and confidential information. "Intellectual Property" comprehensively deals with the practice issues most frequently encountered by apprentices in this area and incorporates recent developments in law and practice. It explains the principles of Intellectual Property practice clearly and concisely by experts in the field and will prove to be an essential text for both apprentices and practitioners in this field.
- Paperback | 144 pages
- 170 x 242 x 12mm | 322.06g
- 06 May 2003
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- Routledge Cavendish
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Trade Marks, Passing Off, Patents, Copyright, Databases, Computer Programs, Industrial Designs, Domain Names, Licensing, and Confidential Information.
About Garrett Breen
General Editor: Dr. Anne-Marie Mooney Cotter. The Authors: Carol Plunkett; Louise Carey; Maureen Daly; James Murray; Andrew Parkes; Ken Parkinson; Rosaleen Byrne; Garrett Breen; Tara McMahon.