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Intellectual property law has developed rapidly over the past decade. The growth of information technology and the internet has meant a consequent burgeoning of case and statute law to keep pace.
The intangible nature of intellectual property, and the ease with which software and other information stored in digital media can be copied and disseminated, makes it especially vulnerable to infringement. Consequently, clearly defining the ownership and scope of the rights to intellectual property, and effective enforcement of these, is of increasing importance.
The book offers a detailed analysis of the relevant legislation and case law, as well as practical advice for legal practitioners, patent attorneys, or IP managers. The principle-based approach also makes the book highly suitable for use in tertiary education or as a reference for lawyers and advisers who do not specialise in intellectual property matters.
James & Wells Intellectual Property Law in New Zealand covers all aspects of intellectual property law and practice - from patent, trade mark and copyright law through to border protection and issues in electronic commerce. Each chapter includes information on further resources, including websites, texts and periodicals.
- Introduction to Intellectual Property Law in New Zealand
- Plant Variety Rights
- Layout Designs
- Design Registrations
- Trade Marks
- Domain Names and other issues in Electronic Commerce
- Passing off
- The Fair Trading Act 1986
- Border Protection.
Jurisdiction: New Zealand
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