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Intellectual Property Law Handbook



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Intellectual Property Law Handbook by Bird & Bird LLP
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This new handbook provides an authoritative overview of intellectual property issues facing commercial lawyers. Written by a team of experts from Bird & Bird, it sets out the principles behind the various IP rights, showing clearly how to apply the law in practice. The book explores the main types of IP right encountered in commercial practice: copyright; designs; patents; trade marks; and confidentiality. It outlines the relevant law and demonstrates how to apply it in common commercial transactions. A discrete chapter covers the assignment of rights, covering both licensing and the transfer of rights on the sale or disposal of a business. Further chapters cover IP in a digital context, and competition and taxation issues.

Author Biography

Lorna Brazell is a partner in Bird & Bird's Intellectual Property Law Department specialising in patent and copyright issues. She is a frequent speaker at training events and is author and co-author of two books. Lorna is an Associate Member of the Chartered Institute of Patent Agents and a Member of the International Technology Law Association.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2008
Edited by Lorna Brazell
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
The Law Society
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