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Type: Book
Title: Intellectual Property in Australia
Author: Stewart, A.
Griffith, P.
Bannister, J.
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Publisher Place: Australia
Issue Date: 2010
ISBN: 0409334200
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Andrew Stewart, Philip Griffith and Judith Bannister
Abstract: Written in clear and engaging terms, the book provides in-depth and topical treatment of each regime and the policy issues they have generated, and draws on leading cases as examples of a particular type of problem or decision.
Contents: Pt. 1 - Introduction: 1. An overview -- 2. Enforcement of rights -- Pt. 2. Confidentiality. 3. The concept of rights in information -- 4. Breach of confidence -- Pt. 3. Copyright, designs and related rights. 5. Copyright: basic concepts -- 6. Subsistence of copyright -- 7. Exploitation of copyright -- 8. Infringement of copyright -- 9. Moral rights and related rights -- 10. Designs -- Pt. 4. Patents. 11. The patent system -- 12. Validity of patents -- 13. Ownership and exploitation of patent rights -- 14. Infringement of patent rights -- 15. Plant breeder’s rights -- Pt. 5. Business Reputation. 16. Misappropriation of business reputation: general principles -- 17. Misappropriation: establishing a reputation -- 18. Misappropriation: establishing deception -- 19. Registration of trade marks -- 20. Protection and exploitation of registered marks -- Pt. 6. Other dimensions. 21. International aspects of intellectual property protection -- 22. Commercialising intellectual property.
Keywords: Intellectual property
Description: 4th ed.
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