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Intellectual Property [Paperback]

David Bainbridge
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“A tried and tested student text; an authoritative and expert account of a complex branch of law.”
Professor Norma Dawson, Queen's University Belfast

“For students looking for a detailed account of intellectual property law, Bainbridge's Intellectual Property is one of the best.  It is well-written and explains difficult principles in a relatively straight-forward way… those looking for an accessible and stimulating account of the nuts and bolts of intellectual property law need not, however, look any further.”
Student Law Journal, review of the previous edition

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“A tried and tested student text; an authoritative and expert account of a complex branch of law.”Professor Norma Dawson, Queen's University Belfast

For students looking for a detailed account of intellectual property law, Bainbridge's Intellectual Property is one of the best.  It is well-written and explains difficult principles in a relatively straight-forward way… those looking for an accessible and stimulating account of the nuts and bolts of intellectual property law need not, however, look any further.” Student Law Journal, review of the previous edition

Recognised as a leading textbook in this field, Intellectual Property offers you unrivalled coverage of all aspects of the intellectual property syllabus making it your essential guide through the intricacies of this dynamic subject. Trusted by generations of students and lecturers alike, you can rely on this book to:

  • equip you with a strong understanding of the wealth of domestic, European and International laws which govern each intellectual property right

  • enhance your critical analysis skills through consideration of the ethical influences and policy considerations which impact the future development of IP protection

  • fully support you in your study through a range of engaging and interesting features including key point summaries, further reading suggestions, discussion questions and a glossary of technical terms

Intellectual property law evolves quickly but you can trust Intellectual Property to bring you fully up to speed with the latest key developments in this area, including:

·         The Supreme Court decision in the Star Wars case on the meaning of ‘sculpture’ for the purposes of artistic copyright and on jurisdiction

·         The challenge to the blocking injunction provisions of the Digital Economy Act

·         Proposals for changes to IP law including the Hargreaves review

·         Latest Court of Appeal decisions on patents including cases on the ‘right to repair’ and employee compensation

·         Important Court of Justice rulings on trade marks and the internet, biotech patents and ownership of designs

·         The response of the Enlarged Board of Appeal to the EPO President’s reference in relation to the patentability of computer programs

·         The very first case before the General Court of the EU on Community design

·         A new chapter on remedies in IP disputes

·         Updating to reflect the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union

About the author:

David I. Bainbridge is Emeritus Professor of Intellectual Property Law at Aston University and an honorary member of Hardwicke Building, Lincoln’s Inn. He is a member of the British Computer Society and the Intellectual Property Bar Association and also has an extensive background in Engineering and Information Technology.

Visit www.mylawchamber.co.uk/bainbridgeipto access a wealth of resources to support your studies and teaching.

Self-study resources:

·       Interactive multiple choice questions

·       Practice exam questions with guidance

·       Annotated weblinks

·       Legal newsfeed

·       Legal updates

 

About the Author

David I. Bainbridge is Emeritus Professor of Intellectual Property Law at Aston University and an honorary member of Hardwicke Building, Lincoln’s Inn. He is a member of the British Computer Society and the Intellectual Property Bar Association and also has an extensive background in Engineering and Information Technology.

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