Intellectual Property Law Directions

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OUP Oxford, Mar 10, 2011 - Law - 560 pages
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Over the last two decades, intellectual property has proved to be a hugely popular yet increasingly complex subject, not least because of the speed of change caused by a never-ending flow of legislation. Intellectual Property Law focuses on the practical issues of United Kingdom intellectual property at the same time as demonstrating how the subject is being shaped by outside forces, not all of them perceived as welcome. Intellectual Property Law is presented in an informal, engaging and lively manner with an emphasis on explaining the key topics covered on intellectual property law courses with clarity. Written by a university lecturer with over 25 years' experience of teaching intellectual property, this book provides a clear and structured approach to the subject, with a strong emphasis on student-centred learning. Online Resource Centre An Online Resource Centre will accompany the book providing web links to the major international intellectual property organisations, twice-yearly updates to changes and developments in the law, suggested answers to the reflective questions in the book, PowerPoint slides and sample intellectual property documents.

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Helen Norman is a Senior Lecturer in Law at the University of Bristol. She has taught intellectual property for over 20 years to undergraduate, postgraduate and post-professional law students and to undergraduate and postgraduate engineering students, at UK and overseas universities.

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