"[This book covers] the foundations of patents, trademarks, and copyright laws. [The authors review] 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."--
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
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