"Authors Michael Davis and famed Harvard professor Arthur Miller provide authoritative coverage on the foundations of patents, trademarks, and copyright laws. Authoritative treatment of all relevant doctrines and the latest statutory and judicial changes. Text further addresses relevant torts, property, antitrust, regulatory, and federalism intersections with intellectual property law."--Publisher website.
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The foundations of patent protection The subject matter of patents Patentability: novelty and statutory bar Patentability: utility Patentability: nonobviousness Double-patenting The patenting process Infringement Remedies Patent law and the intersection of state and federal regulation The foundations of trademark protection Distinctiveness Dilution and the expansion of trademark doctrine Loss of trademark protection and partial protection Trademark practice Subject matter Infringement Remedies Foundations of copyright protection The subject matter of copyright Exclusive rights Infringement Fair use Ownership Formal requirements Remedies Copyright laws and the intersection of state and federal regulation International agreements Index.
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Online resource (West Academic, viewed June 8, 2018).