Author(s): Paul Sumpter
The field of intellectual property law continues to grow, while moving increasingly into the mainstream. The third edition of this invaluable book has been extensively revised and updated — keeping the reader abreast with the latest developments in this area of law.
Written by Paul Sumpter, Intellectual Property Law: Principles in Practice concentrates on the most frequently encountered issues that crop up in practice and provides a clear and concise explanation of the law, with analysis where appropriate. Each chapter includes a synopsis of the background to an area of IP law, followed by a practical discussion of that topic.
Contents covered include:
- trade marks and registration
- passing off (and the Fair Trading Act)
- patents (including Maori and traditional knowledge)
- confidential information
Who should read this guide
The book is highly recommended to those in general legal practice and in-house counsel, but also to specialist lawyers, patent attorneys, students and others involved or interested in this area.
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