Authors Merges, Menell, Lemley, and Jorde avoid the fragmented coverage that often plagues this cutting-edge course by approaching intellectual property as a unified whole. The extemely successful INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THE NEW TECHNOLOGICAL AGE offers cases, notes, and challenging problems to allow a choice of teaching vehicles For The most effective presentation of each topic. In eight well-organized chapters, The casebook addresses: patent trademark copyright trade secrets software protection the overlap between antitrust law and intellectual property law The authors concentrate on the interaction between different types of intellectual property rights to give students a deep appreciation of the issues. Instructors will find the modular structure of INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY IN THE NEW TECHNOLOGICAL AGE particularly conducive to individual tailoring. You decide which problems and topics to cover and in what sequence. With its thorough examination of important fundamentals and its inclusion of problems, this exciting new casebook promises a rewarding classroom experience.In addition, the serial number-key code correlations are maintained by the Company indefinitely and in secrecy. The Company does not sell tubular key aquot; blanksaquot; to locksmiths or others, and keys to Ace locks are stamped aquot;Do Not Duplicate.
|Title||:||Intellectual property in the new technological age|
|Author||:||Robert P. Merges|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers - 1997-06-01|