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Modern Intellectual Property Law

This book sets out the core principles for each of the main IP rights in an understandable but stimulating fashion. In order to facilitate a greater understanding of the way IP law rights work, the book highlights the conceptual justifications for these exclusive rights and substantively assesses their practical value according to these justifications. The law presented is that of the UK as it is shaped by European Union and Convention obligations. IP law is of increasing practical significance in the information age, touching on all creative endeavours. In the new millennium, it becomes an even more exciting and important branch of study and this book will guide students through its complexities and challenges. By Catherine Colston and Kirsty Middleton

Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Published: 2005

 

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