Good Will Trade-marks and Unfair Trading

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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 1914 - Law - 288 pages
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Rogers, Edward S. Good Will Trade-Marks and Unfair Trading. Chicago: A.W. Shaw Company, [1914]. 288 pp. Reprinted 2002 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. LCCN 2001045971. ISBN 1-58477-211-5. Cloth. $80. * Rogers [b. 1875] was a lecturer on the law of trademarks at the University of Michigan Law School. This volume examines such topics as fair use, the extent of trademark coverage and types of infringement. Also considers issues related to dishonest advertisements and other printed materials.
 

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Contents

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Dr. Edward Rogers, head of Department of Ethnology at the Royal Ontario Museum, professor of anthropology at McMaster, long-time researcher, friend, and associate of Canada's Native peoples, saw the need for this historical study. In the late 70s he began work on the project but died in 1988 before finishing the volume. Donald Smith, a phD student of Dr. Rogers's in the early 1970s and a member of the History Department of the University of Calgary since 1974, completed the editing.

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