Global Issues in Intellectual Property Law

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West/Thomson, 2010 - Law - 266 pages
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This book is designed to facilitate the introduction of international, transnational, and comparative law issues into a domestic Intellectual Property course. The book is very accessible for law students and their professors. The book can be assigned or recommended as optional reading to supplement a domestic-only course to advance the students' understanding of their own system.

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Contents

Special CrossBorder Considerations
1
B Choice of Law Issues
8
The Treaty Regime
18
India as a Case
31
General Versus Specialized
40
Patents
47
B Moral Utility
64
Priority Prior Art Grace Period and Best Mode
72
Fair UseF
135
Technological Protection Measures
149
Trademarks and Similar Indicia
162
B Immoral and Against Public Policy
170
Infringement and Use
180
Foreign Equivalents
192
E Famous and WellKnown Marks
199
F Trademark Dilution
206

The Inventive Step
87
E TRIPS Doha and Compulsory Licensing
101
Copyrights
107
B Moral Rights
118
The Protection of Product Designs
228
The Gray Area Between Patent and Design
236
Other Forms of Intellectual Property
248
The Law Governing Secret Information
257

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