US Intellectual Property Law and Policy
Hugh C. Hansen
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Law - 224 pages
US Intellectual Property Law and Policy provides a selection of well-written essays critically examining the direction of US IP law. Simon Teng, Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice . . . an interesting, informative, and enjoyable book. It ma
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Chapter 1 State Street or Easy Street Is Patenting Business Methods Good For Business?
Chapter 2 From Having Copies to Experiencing Works The Development of an Access Right in US Copyright Law
Chapter 3 The Rational Limits of Trademark Law 2000
Chapter 4 Sixty Years of the Lanham Act The Decline and Demise of Monopoly Phobia
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