Intellectual Property Law Dictionary

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Law Journal Press, 2004 - Law - 500 pages
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This complete, one-stop lexicon of IP terminology helps you understand and apply the language of intellectual property in any situation. Designed for lawyers, law students, professors and anyone who works closely with intellectual property issues, the Intellectual Property Law Dictionary contains six sections explaining the meaning and legal background of terms used in copyright, trademark, patent, trade dress, nanotechnology and trade secrets, both in the U.S. and internationally. More than just a dictionary, it provides detailed citations to source materials with every definition. You'll also find an "Overview of Intellectual Property," explaining the essentials of each type of intellectual property and appendices offering concise histories of the law of copyright, patents, trademark, trade dress, nanotechnology and trade secrets. There's no need to pore over dozens of pages of statutes, treaties and cases to find out what a new expression or acronym means. With this useful reference, you'll get the answers you need, quickly and easily.
 

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Contents

Charts on Sources of International
A-3
Property
A-49
Treatise and Their Member States
i
The Dominican RepublicCentral
v
The European Union
vii
COPYRIGHT
xi
PART IV
xv
PART II
xxi
Treatise and Their Member States
1-49
Convention on Biological Diversity
IR-4
Dictionary of United States Domestic Patent Terms 5
IR-5
the United States
IR-41
Charts on Sources of United States
IR-45
SECTION 2
IR-65
List of Websites of World Wide
1
SECTION 1
1

PARTI
1-3
Dictionary of United States Domestic
1-5
SECTION 2
1-16
Charts on Sources of United States
1-47
Digital Millennium Copyright
1-61
Dictionary of International Copyright Terms 1
1-1
Dictionary of United States Domestic Trade
IE-5
Charts on Sources of United States
IE-43
SECTION 2
IE-1
Charts on Sources of International
IE-23
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Rachel Gader-Shafran has a BA in Political Science from UCSB, an MA in Applied Linguistics from UCLA and a JD from American University, Washington College of Law, cum laude. The author has taught as an Adjunct Professor at American University, Washington College of Law and has published the Intellectual Property Law Dictionary with Law Journal Press and The International Students' Survival Guide to Law School in the United States, as well as, several articles on intellectual property law. In the field of applied linguistics, the author has taught and run programs at UCLA, Georgetown University, The George Washington University, Hebrew University, Jerusalem and in Japan for Nippon Steel Corporation in Japan. She has authored several publications in the field of applied linguistics.

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