Intellectual Property Law in Ireland

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Kluwer Law International, 2010 - Law - 222 pages
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Derived from the renowned multi-volume International Encyclopaedia of Laws, this monograph provides a survey and analysis of the rules concerning intellectual property rights in Ireland . It covers every type of intellectual property right in depth '
 

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Contents

List of Abbreviations
15
Selected Bibliography
25
Copyright and Neighbouring Rights
31
5 Transfer
46
8 Duration of Protection
65
The Database Right
72
11 Overlapping and Relation to Other Intellectual
79
Patents
80
5 Ownership and Transfer
189
10 Overlapping and Relation to Other Intellectual
196
Plant Variety Protection
197
2 Subject Matter of Protection
198
3 Conditions of Protection
199
4 Formalities
200
6 Scope of Exclusive Rights
201
Compulsory Licenses
202

6 Scope of Exclusive Rights
101
Revocation
107
Utility Models
116
3 Conditions of Protection
122
5 Ownership and Transfer Assignment Licenses
152
9 Duration of Protection RenewalTermination
159
Licensing of Trademarks
164
Tradenames
172
2 Subject Matter of Protection
183
10 Overlapping and Relation to Other Intellectual Property Laws
203
Chip Protection
204
4 Formalities
205
6 Scope of Exclusive Rights
206
9 Infringement and Remedies
207
Trade SecretsConfidential Information
209
Geographical Indications and Appellations
217
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Robert A. Clark is the third-generation owner of the Arthur H. Clark Company. He is the author of The Killing of Crazy Horse: Three Eyewitness Views, as well as other works on publishing and the history of the American West.

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