A Coursebook in International Intellectual Property, Issue 1

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West Group, 2000 - Law - 1073 pages
New coursebook begins with overview of copyright, patents, trademarks and trade secrets under U.S. law, then looks at rapidly developing treaty regimes, reciprocal international legislation, and international cases. International intellectual property law is largely a matter of: treaty regimes, reciprocal international legislation for protection of literary and artistic works and scientific invention, and ownership issues coming up in many countries as the global market accommodates the rights of authors and inventors. Presents selected cases illustrating these issues; a companion, ''Controversies'', involves facts, issues, arguments, and decisions reached by either non; judicial bodies such as legislatures or by out; of-court settlement.

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Contents

TABLE OF CASES
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The principal cases are in bold type Cases cited or discussed in the text
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INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COURSE
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Copyright

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Anthony D'Amato is Leighton Professor Law at Northwestern University School of Law.

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