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This completely revised and up to date Second Edition of this well received work offers in one volume a comprehensive review of United States copyright, patent, and trademark laws. It provides thorough and sophisticated treatment of this complex material in a form both less cumbersome than a treatise and considerably deeper and more sophisticated than a study outline or 'nutshell.'
With its detailed citations, and readily accessible and complete subject coverage, this book will be a useful quick reference or deskbook for intellectual property practitioners, students, law professors, and librarians, as well as for anyone interested in understanding American intellectual property law.
Part I: Copyright. 1. Congressional Power. 2. Subject Matter of Protection. 3. Conditions of Protection. 4. Ownership. 5. Transfer of Copyright Interests. 6. Scope of Exclusive Rights. 7. Fair Use as a limitation on Copyright Protection. 8. Duration of Copyright Protection. 9. Infringement. 10. Remedies. 11. Copyright Protection Systems and Copyright Management Information. Part II: Patent. 1. Sources of United States Patent Law. 2. Conditions of Patentability. 3. Formalities. 4. Ownership and Transfer. 5. The Rights and Limitations of the Patent Grant. 6. Infringement and Remedies. 7. Design Patents. Part III: Trademark. 1. Sources of Power. 2. Subject Matter of Protection. 3. Conditions of Protection. 4. Formalities. 5. Ownership and Transfer. 6. Scope of Exclusive Rights. 7. Rights in Unregistered Marks. 8. Infringement and Remedies. Indices.