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Intellectual Property: Law of Trademarks, Copyrights, Patents and Trade Secrets

This book is an excellent resource for students enrolled in intellectual property (IP) courses as well as IP professionals who have not had formal training in intellectual property law. It is a comprehensive book that addresses the typical tasks encountered by practitioners, combining both substantive knowledge of the law with the practical focus required of

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This book is an excellent resource for students enrolled in intellectual property (IP) courses as well as IP professionals who have not had formal training in intellectual property law. It is a comprehensive book that addresses the typical tasks encountered by practitioners, combining both substantive knowledge of the law with the practical focus required of IP practitioners. The manuscript is divided into four sections, each devoted to the topics that create intellectual property – trademarks, copyrights, patents and trade secrets. Understanding of each topic is critical to the long-term success of IP professionals, whether they function in law firms, government agencies or in private sector businesses.

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Let's Compare Options Preptorial says:

Excellent Overview But Web Resources Tricky The audience for this book is Paralegals, and the book is ideal for that audience, plus many others for self study as well as thorough refresher reviews for the bar. The author leaves no stone unturned on the coverage front (100%), and on the currency – recency front gets a B+. Coverage of things as current as domain name protection and orphan drugs is thorough and up to date, but the author does not go in depth on the 2011 America Invents Act. I thought the online appendices might, but the…

Milesman says:

Good Intro at a Steep Price OK, it covers the basics in a fairly easy-to-read format and moves right along. It is a well-designed, reader-friendly book, but a bit repetitive. The same statements appear in the intro, in the middle, and in the end summary of each chapter. 

TheCasualFriday says:

Cengage (Publisher) complaints Book is indepth and does a good job of covering all aspects of IP law as an introductory book. Issue is the rental time. 3 months!!! What school semester is 3 months?? I know this is a publisher license, but this is ridiculous. (Ordered in Aug, had to extend rental in November to get me to finals in Dec).

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