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"The treatise covers fundamental principles of design law, setting forth the basic principles and noting where similar concepts exist in the different countries but use different terms; global design law, starting with an overview of the relevant international treatises, then country-specific chapters for China, the European Union, Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States, each of which follow the same outline to facilitate comparison between the chapters; and strategies and considerations for global design protection, focusing on prosecution/acquisition strategies for design rights on a global scale and discussing coordination of enforcement/litigation of design rights in multiple countries. Each country-specific chapter includes an example case study of the same article (a blender) to illustrate the differences between the drawing requirements, statistics about design filings (timing, number of filings), and litigation (number of cases, decision outcomes) among the countries covered"-- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Fundamental principles of design law International organizations and agreements Design law in China Design law in the European Union Design law in Japan Design law in South Korea Design law in the United Kingdom Design law in the United States Creating a strategic global design patent portfolio : an in-house attorney's perspective.
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Print version: Comparative global design law. First edition. Arlington, VA : Bloomberg Law, American Intellectual Property Association,