Q&A Intellectual Property Law
Routledge – 2012 – 264 pages
Series: Questions and Answers
You’ve planned your revision and you know your subject inside out! But how do you apply what you have learned to get the best marks in the examination room?
Routledge Q&As give you the ideal opportunity to practice and refine your exam technique, helping you to apply your knowledge most effectively in an exam situation. Each book contains approximately fifty essay and problem-based questions on topics commonly found on exam papers, complete with answer plans and fully worked model answers. Our authors have also highlighted common mistakes as well as offering you tips to achieve the very best marks. What’s more, Routledge Q&As are written by lecturers who are also examiners, giving you an exclusive insight into exactly what examiners are looking for in an answer.
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FIONA E.C. KING
LAW LECTURER (for almost 30 years in Universities & Business Schools in the UK and Europe)
" received an inspection copy of your Q&A book for intellectual property law students (and staff). I just wanted to say that I find it very helpful to add some focus to particular topics as part of the subject delivery. I particularly like some of the discussion topics on the ‘hot potatoes’ of IP (like non-conventional trademarks). So – thank you very much for providing such an inspiring book, especially from a learning & teaching viewpoint!"
Thorsten Lauterbach, Lecturer in Law, University of Aberdeen.
Introduction 1. General Themes in IP Law 2. Intellectual Property Litigation – Enforcement and Remedies 3. Copyright and Moral Rights 4. Computer Technology and Copyright Law 5. Registered Design and Design Right 6. Patents 7. Registered Trade Marks 8. Passing Off 9. Geographical Indications 10. Confidential Information and Know-How 11. Character Merchandising and Malicious Falsehood 12. Image Rights 13. Franchising and Intellectual Property Rights 14. IP Law Exam Technique 15. Intellectual Property Exam Cram Guide 16. Useful Websites
Janice Denoncourt is a Senior Lecturer in Law at Nottingham Trent University.