International Intellectual Property Law : A Country-by-country Look at IP Protection and Litigation in Major Markets Around the Globe
In today's global marketplace, it has become crucial for businesses to understand and utilize the protections available as they export their intellectual property overseas. International Intellectual Property Law is an indispensable primer for businesses and attorneys seeking to do just that. Authored by attorneys representing twenty-five jurisdictions around the world, this book walks through the broad legal basics of each country's court system as well as the specific laws relating to trademark, copyright, patent, technology licensing, and other relevant aspects of intellectual property protection. The chapters in this book take readers beyond the laws that exist on paper and provide practical information on the existing legal environment and tips for capitalizing on available protections and remedies. From the registration process to IP dispute resolution, International Intellectual Property Law will give readers a solid grasp on the fundamentals of IP law around the world.
- Paperback | 504 pages
- 139.7 x 210.8 x 30.5mm | 635.04g
- 30 Jul 2005
- ASPATORE BOOKS
- Boston, United States