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PART I COPYRIGHT; PART II PATENTS; PART III LEGAL REGULATION OF DESIGNS; PART IV TRADE MARKS AND PASSING OFF; PART V CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION; PART VI LITIGATION AND REMEDIES
Lionel Bently is Herchel Smith Professor of Intellectual Property at the University of Cambridge and Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law Brad Sherman is Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Deputy Head of School (Resarch) at Griffith University, Australia.
Intellectual Property Law is an indispensable text for anyone studying this complex but intriguing area of law. It is extremely well-written in an engaging and thought provoking way. The authors also ensure, by including number references, that it can also form the basis of further and independent research. * Student Law Journal * Its written style is also impressive: lucidly explaining the detailed legal and, often, social issues that intellectual property law, in particular, encounters. Fortunately, the authors' written style ensures these issues are not lost within the detail. * Student Law Journal * Written by two leading academic intellectual property lawyers, Lionel Bently and Brad Sherman, Intellectual Property Law is a vast and comprehensive consideration of the key intellectual property issues including, where appropriate, their contextual background. * Student Law Journal * This book indeed is an essential textbook for any intellectual property student's library. * E.I.P.R. * There is no doubt that this edition, as previous editions of the book, presents helpful reading and is a perfect textbook for students, scholars and practitioners working on and interested in the subject of intellectual property in general. * E.I.P.R. * Review from previous edition Review from previous edition Embracing the impact of modern technology, the second edition of this popular text book charts deftly the continuous evolution of intellectual property law...With this revised edition they have successfully reinvigorated a valuable guide for both undergraduate and postgraduate students...When combined with its clear and logical layout, something to which this area of law is not readily amenable, it is a most accessible and user friendly book...clear and well chosen subheadings guiding the reader relatively painlessly through the most treacherous legal territory...Overall, this is an indispensable guide to any student or practitioner seeking to navigate the turmoil of the intellectual property landscape. * European Intellectual Property Review, Patricia Edwards, University College London *