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Intellectual property : examples & explanations / Stephen M. McJohn, Professor of Law, Suffolk University.

By: McJohn, Stephen M, 1959- [author.]
Material type: TextTextSeries: Examples & explanations series: Publisher: New York : Wolters Kluwers, [2015]Edition: Fifth editionDescription: xxiv, 575 pages ; 26 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781454850151; 1454850159Subject(s): Intellectual property -- United StatesGenre/Form: Study aids. | Study guides. LOC classification: KF2980 | .M42 2015
Contents:
The contours of intellectual property law -- Subject matter : creative expression, "no matter how humble, crude, or obvious" -- Excluded subject matter : ideas, functional aspects, infringing material, government works -- Obtaining protection and licensing : ownership, formalities, duration -- Exclusive rights : their enforcement and limitations -- Patentable subject matter : products and processes -- Substantive standards for protection : new, useful, and nonobvious inventions -- Obtaining protection, ownership, and licensing : of hoops and pitfalls -- Rights and infringement : "the benefit of his invention" -- Subject matter of trademark law -- Substantive standards for protection : "the source-distinguishing ability of a mark" -- Obtaining protection and licensing : using, registering, licensing, and losing a trademark -- Infringement and related rights under trademark law -- Trade secret subject matter : information with economic value from not being generally known -- Getting protection through reasonable security measures and losing protection through public disclosure -- Misappropriation and remedies -- Three more state law theories and federal preemption.
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Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

The contours of intellectual property law -- Subject matter : creative expression, "no matter how humble, crude, or obvious" -- Excluded subject matter : ideas, functional aspects, infringing material, government works -- Obtaining protection and licensing : ownership, formalities, duration -- Exclusive rights : their enforcement and limitations -- Patentable subject matter : products and processes -- Substantive standards for protection : new, useful, and nonobvious inventions -- Obtaining protection, ownership, and licensing : of hoops and pitfalls -- Rights and infringement : "the benefit of his invention" -- Subject matter of trademark law -- Substantive standards for protection : "the source-distinguishing ability of a mark" -- Obtaining protection and licensing : using, registering, licensing, and losing a trademark -- Infringement and related rights under trademark law -- Trade secret subject matter : information with economic value from not being generally known -- Getting protection through reasonable security measures and losing protection through public disclosure -- Misappropriation and remedies -- Three more state law theories and federal preemption.

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