Intellectual Property Law: Damages and Remedies

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Law Journal Press, 2000 - Law - 700 pages
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In today's information-based economy, intellectual property law has received more attention than ever before. Yet little has been said about the damages and remedies that are available--until now. Intellectual Property Law: Damages and Remedies addresses two crucial concerns of intellectual property owners--how to recover monetary compensation when an infringement has occurred and how to prevent further infringement. This unique work explains how compensation and remedies are determined in every scenario, including infringement on the Internet. You'll read about: ex parte seizures and stopping infringing goods at the border; provisional rights and remedies for patent owners; injunctive relief; monetary damages; punitive and statutory enhanced damages; attorneys' fees and costs; and more. This is the first book to turn to for coverage of all the issues that arise once liability for infringement has been established.
 

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A fascinating treatise on the elements of intangibles.

Contents

CHAPTER
1-1
Actual Damages Attributable to
2-1
1 Statutory Basis for Lost Profits Damage
3-1
CHAPTER 4
4-1
Damages for the Misappropriation
5-1
CHAPTER 6
6-1
CHAPTER 7
6-61
CHAPTER 8
8-1
CHAPTER 12
12-1
CHAPTER 2
12-24
CHAPTER 13
12-75
2 The Contemporary Rule on Monetary
13-2
1 Increased Damages under the Copyright
1-1
Copyright Infringement Damages
2-1
CHAPTER 3
4-3
Governing Injunctive Relief
9-31

CHAPTER 9
9-1
CHAPTER 10
10-1
CHAPTER 11
111
Secrets Act 11
9-35
Copyright

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About the author (2000)

Terence P. Ross is a partner in the Washington, D.C. office of Crowell & Moring LLP and a member of the firm s Intellectual Property Practice Group. The Washington Legal Foundation has described Mr. Ross as one of the coury's top lawyers and The National Institute of Trial Advocacy has conferred on Mr. Ross its designation as a Master Advocate. He is a graduate of Stanford University and the University of Virginia School of Law, where he was a member of the Managing Board of the Virginia Law Review. Upon graduation, he clerked for Judge Roger Robb on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Mr. Ross writes and speaks extensively on intellectual property issues. He is Chair of the D.C. Bar Association's Annual Developments in Intellectual Property Law Forum, and is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at George Mason University School of Law, teaching IP law.

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