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Trademark and Unfair Competition Law

Trademark and Unfair Competition Law Author Mary L. Kevlin
ISBN-10 1531001149
Release 2001
Pages 1099
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Trademark and Unfair Competition Law has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Trademark and Unfair Competition Law also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Trademark and Unfair Competition Law book for free.



Trademarks and Unfair Competition

Trademarks and Unfair Competition Author Graeme B. Dinwoodie
ISBN-10 9781543803020
Release 2018-08-01
Pages 1080
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The many strands of trademark and unfair competition doctrine are organized into a coherent conceptual framework consisting of a brief examination of foundational concepts, followed by thorough treatments of the law on (1) the creation of trademark rights; and (2) the scope & enforcement of trademark rights and some related causes of action. The traditional case-and-note format is enhanced by problems that help students understand intricate key topics. Trademarks and Unfair Competition features many issues related to online commerce, such as cybersquatting, keyword advertising, the relationship between trademarks and domain names, and the potential secondary liability of online auction websites such as eBay. International as well as domestic issues are thoroughly explored. Comprehensive coverage of trade dress protection is integrated with issues of word mark protection. New to the 5th Edition: the Tam and Brunetti decisions striking down the scandalousness and disparagement bars to registration extensive coverage of recent case developments on expressive uses of marks in political and artistic contexts the Belmora decision on well-known marks and developments on extraterritorial application of the Lanham Act Key Features: coherent conceptual framework clearly delineating creation of rights and enforcement of rights issues traditional case-and-note format, enhanced by problems thorough coverage of trademark issues arising in online commerce integrated coverage of international and domestic doctrine thorough treatment of trade dress protection, integrated with issues of word mark protection



Trademarks Unfair Competition and Business Torts

Trademarks  Unfair Competition  and Business Torts Author Barton Beebe
ISBN-10 9781454824107
Release 2014-10-30
Pages 912
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Incorporating seminal and cutting-edge cases and materials, this stellar author team delivers broad coverage of trademarks, unfair competition, and business torts that includes detailed attention to the role of technology, along with practice problems that encourage students to think like practitioners. Ideal for courses on Trademark Law, Unfair Competition, or Business Torts, this casebook features: a broad examination of current trademark and unfair competition law outstanding coverage of false advertising law extensive treatment of the "hot news" doctrine (misappropriation), including the most recent cases a thoughtful survey of business torts, including cases that address tortious interference, trade libel, and related torts such as RICO dynamic pedagogy that spans cutting-edge cases and materials, notes, questions, and hands-on practice problems



Trademark and Unfair Competition

Trademark and Unfair Competition Author Jane C. Ginsburg
ISBN-10 1599414708
Release 2008-07
Pages 232
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The 2008 Supplement and Statutory Appendix to Ginsburg, Litman and Kevlin's Trademark and Unfair Competition, Cases and Materials, 4th Edition updates the casebook with information on important Supreme Court decisions, coverage of US adherence to the Madrid Protocol on international filing for trademark registration, and expanded materials on trademarks and the Internet.



Trademark and Unfair Competition Law

Trademark and Unfair Competition Law Author Peter B. Maggs
ISBN-10 0314906509
Release 2012
Pages 1061
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The latest edition of this popular casebook includes full coverage of the principles surrounding trademark acquisiton and registration under federal law, as well as infringement and dilution issues. Novel issues involving trademark usage in the on-line context are treated in depth. The book also deals with competitor false advertsing remedies under the Lanham Act and public enforcement of prohibitions against unfair and deceptive practices by the Federal Trade Commission. Case selection has been made with an eye towards holding student interest and provocative notes and questions make the book highly teachable.



Trademark and Unfair Competition Law

Trademark and Unfair Competition Law Author David W. Barnes
ISBN-10 1454851414
Release 2014-05-15
Pages 937
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Trademark and Unfair Competition Law​ is available for purchase in the traditional hardcover format or in the new Connected Casebook format. Choose the Connected Casebook to get a hardcover casebook on loan* for the entire course, PLUS lifelong access to CasebookConnect, which includes the digital casebook, outlining tool, and interactive study center. Learn more at www.aspenlaw.com/connected. Trademark and Unfair Competition Law: Cases and Problems in an Intellectual Property Context is the most conveniently organized law school textbook on trademark law. Featuring an integrated approach to intellectual property, the book features a tight focus on teaching the practical aspects of trademark and unfair competition law. The book is designed for teaching one chapter per class but can also accommodate classes of varying duration and courses with varying credit hours. Features: A Topical Approach with 30 topical chapters discussing all trademark topics from Classification of Service and Trade Marks and Certification and Collective Marks to Extraterritoriality and Gray Market Goods. Topics include all unfair competition topics covered by the Lanham Act and its state law counterparts. Problems from Actual Cases with the facts tailored to reflect questions actually resolved in the cases that inspired them. An Intellectual Property Context with a brief discussion of parallel patent and copyright law doctrinal issues in 16 topical groupings from subject matter requirements and protection of functional characteristics of products through preemption of state claims and conflicts among IP areas to national and international exhaustion doctrines. Cases Reflecting Modern Trademark Practice with many cases focused on the increasingly important service sector of the economy and on issues arising from commercial and non-commercial uses of the Internet. The book includes the most up-to-date cases with the strongest intuitive factual appeal to contemporary students. Cases chosen provide clear statements of the relevant rules.



Trademarks and Unfair Competition

Trademarks and Unfair Competition Author David C. Hilliard
ISBN-10 9780327177463
Release 2012-07-16
Pages 1206
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This widely used casebook, cited by the Supreme Court in its Moseley v. V Secret Catalogue decision on trademark dilution, is authored by three of the nation's preeminent trademark practitioners and teachers. Constitutional issues--pertaining to the Commerce Clause, the Patent and Copyright Clause, the Supremacy Clause, and the First Amendment--are reshaping modern trademark law, have been outcome-determinative in many high-profile cases, and are fueling extremely influential debates in academic literature. Thus, the Seventh Edition of Trademarks and Unfair Competition has a newly enhanced focus on examining trademark law's place in the constitutional scheme. An entirely new chapter is devoted to the question of trademark law's interaction with the First Amendment. Throughout the casebook, great attention is paid to the constitutional and practical relationship of trademark law with other areas of intellectual property law. The casebook provides an in-depth presentation and analysis of the principal questions and problems in trademark law today, and a synthesis of the current and developing law. The organization provides students with a foundation in the historical and normative principles that have been governed and continue to govern trademark law's evolution, before progressively exposing them to more sophisticated and specific problems. Each section begins with an introductory overview followed by tightly edited cases and a summary of the issues, with analysis through notes and other secondary textual materials. Features of this new edition include: • A new chapter on Freedom of Speech and the Law of Trademarks and Unfair Competition; • The sea change in federal dilution law caused by the Trademark Dilution Reversion Act of 2006 and the cases interpreting it; • An in-depth analysis of the new and controversial issues centered on search engines, sponsored advertising, keywords, trademark use and initial interest confusion, and the trademark and constitutional principles that underpin this contentious debate in the courts and among scholars; • The continuing evolution of the law of fair use and nominative fair use after the Supreme Court's decision in KP Permanent Make-Up v. Lasting Impression I, and the normative impact of free speech considerations; and • The interaction of trade dress, design patent, copyright, and their respective constitutional foundations, as discussed in the Supreme Court's Twentieth Century Fox v. Dastar and Samara v. Wal-Mart and TrafFix Devices v. Marketing Displays decisions and by the lower courts in their aftermath. The Documentary Supplement for Trademarks and Unfair Competition contains the following updated material: • Rules of Practice of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office; • ICANN Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy; • NAD / CARU / NARB Procedures; • Sample (Illinois) Right of Publicity Statute; • Trademark Law Treaty and Regulations; • Protocol Relating to the Madrid Agreement; • Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property; and • Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property.



International Intellectual Property Law

International Intellectual Property Law Author Paul Goldstein
ISBN-10 160930103X
Release 2012
Pages 768
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This casebook organizes contemporary foreign, as well as U.S., case law and literature to equip law students with the knowledge they need to engage in international intellectual property practice, in both transactional and litigation settings. Carefully selected materials also expose students to the social, economic, and cultural considerations that underpin intellectual property law around the world. Each field of law - copyright, patent, trademark, unfair competition, trade secrets, industrial design - is introduced by a comprehensive author's note placing the field in its international and comparative law context, and extensive notes on the cases and materials fill in relevant details, including currently and historically important topics. A substantially expanded teacher's guide offers step-by-step help to teaching every case and doctrine.



Art Law

Art Law Author Leonard D. DuBoff
ISBN-10 9781454887935
Release 2017-03-30
Pages 700
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Art Law: Cases and Materials, Second Edition offers a timely and panoramic view of the entire field of law. Designed as a primary text for courses on Law and the Visual Arts, Cultural Property Law, or Cultural Heritage Law, the three-part framework of this highly readable casebook explores Artists’ Rights, Art Markets, and the International Preservation of Art and Cultural Property.



Cases and materials on mass media law

Cases and materials on mass media law Author Marc A. Franklin
ISBN-10 UCAL:B4308246
Release 1990-02-01
Pages 951
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Cases and materials on mass media law has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Cases and materials on mass media law also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Cases and materials on mass media law book for free.



Digital Copyright

Digital Copyright Author Jessica Litman
ISBN-10 9781615920518
Release 2001
Pages 208
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Professor Litman's work stands out as well-researched, doctrinally solid, and always piercingly well-written.-JANE GINSBURG, Morton L. Janklow Professor of Literary and Artistic Property, Columbia UniversityLitman's work is distinctive in several respects: in her informed historical perspective on copyright law and its legislative policy; her remarkable ability to translate complicated copyright concepts and their implications into plain English; her willingness to study, understand, and take seriously what ordinary people think copyright law means; and her creativity in formulating alternatives to the copyright quagmire. -PAMELA SAMUELSON, Professor of Law and Information Management; Director of the Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, University of California, BerkeleyIn 1998, copyright lobbyists succeeded in persuading Congress to enact laws greatly expanding copyright owners' control over individuals' private uses of their works. The efforts to enforce these new rights have resulted in highly publicized legal battles between established media and new upstarts.In this enlightening and well-argued book, law professor Jessica Litman questions whether copyright laws crafted by lawyers and their lobbyists really make sense for the vast majority of us. Should every interaction between ordinary consumers and copyright-protected works be restricted by law? Is it practical to enforce such laws, or expect consumers to obey them? What are the effects of such laws on the exchange of information in a free society?Litman's critique exposes the 1998 copyright law as an incoherent patchwork. She argues for reforms that reflect common sense and the way people actually behave in their daily digital interactions.This paperback edition includes an afterword that comments on recent developments, such as the end of the Napster story, the rise of peer-to-peer file sharing, the escalation of a full-fledged copyright war, the filing of lawsuits against thousands of individuals, and the June 2005 Supreme Court decision in the Grokster case.Jessica Litman (Ann Arbor, MI) is professor of law at Wayne State University and a widely recognized expert on copyright law.



Trademark and Unfair Competition Law Cases and Materials 4th 2012 Supplement and Statutory Appendix

Trademark and Unfair Competition Law  Cases and Materials  4th  2012 Supplement and Statutory Appendix Author Jane C.. Ginsburg
ISBN-10 1609300750
Release 2012
Pages 549
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This 2012 Supplement and Statutory Appendix updates Ginsburg, Litman, and Kevlin's Trademark and Unfair Competition Law, 4th Edition.



Copyright Law

Copyright Law Author Alfred Chueh-Chin Yen
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105064258853
Release 2008
Pages 609
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This brand-new copyright casebook differs from other copyright law casebooks in a number of respects. First, this casebook emphasizes the essential materials at the heart of the subject. The result is a streamlined and exceptionally clear casebook, in which the main themes, ideas, and theories in this exciting and dynamic field are not obscured by extraneous readings. Second, the casebook takes full advantage of technology by providing access to a companion website containing an extensive library of additional modules, topics, edited cases, notes, problems, and audio-visual materials from cases and hypotheticals for use in class. The book is authored by two experts in the field, who have written extensively about copyright, the arts, and the impact of new technology. The approach is both practical and theoretically sophisticated, with a particular focus on the latest controversies in the field.



The Law of Design

The Law of Design Author Edward Lee
ISBN-10 0314291032
Release 2017
Pages 487
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This casebook provides a comprehensive survey of design protection, one of the hottest fields of intellectual property. The casebook is user-friendly and accessible to students of any experience level, including students with no prior knowledge of intellectual property. The casebook takes a practical approach to the study of design protection by including numerous real-world problems for the students to answer as they study the key cases and laws in the casebook. Students are introduced to the key concepts of U.S. design patent law, trademark law, and copyright law that relate to the protection of designs. In addition, the casebook compares the U.S. approach with the popular Community design right of the European Union and also introduces the students to the Hague Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Industrial Designs. Several exam-style questions are included in the final chapter for the students to test their knowledge of the materials.



Communications Law and Policy

Communications Law and Policy Author Jerry Kang
ISBN-10 0997850205
Release 2016-04-21
Pages 782
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This teachable casebook provides an introduction to the law and policy of modern communications. The book is organized by analytic concepts instead of current industry lines, which are constantly made out-of-date by technological convergence. The basic ideas--power, entry, pricing, access, classification, bad content, and intermediary liability--equip students with a durable and yet flexible intellectual structure that can help parse a complex and ever-changing field.This book includes concise technological and legal summaries and carefully edited opinions and FCC reports. It also includes "just-in-time" delivery of the text of statutes and regulations so that students get accustomed to parsing statutory material as they analyze legal questions.In this fifth edition, we have simplified wherever possible and minimized technological detail and regulatory history that were slowing down readers without sufficient pedagogical payoff.We hope to have created a comprehensive, challenging, yet accessible text that will pay long-lasting educational dividends. More information is available at the casebook's website: http://jerrykang.net/commlaw. Comments are always welcome.



Legal Methods

Legal Methods Author Jane C. Ginsburg
ISBN-10 1587787652
Release 2004
Pages 650
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Ginsburg's casebook provides detailed information on legal methods and the tools for fast, easy, on-point research. Part of the University Casebook Series®, it includes selected cases designed to illustrate the development of a body of law on a particular subject. Text and explanatory materials designed for law study accompany the cases.



Patent Law and Policy

Patent Law and Policy Author Robert Patrick Merges
ISBN-10 1632824515
Release 2017-01-13
Pages 1268
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This updated seventh edition provides numerous diagrams and figures, concise explanations of relevant legal principles, and, to the extent possible, cases involving relatively simple technologies. In addition to providing the most recent developments, the authors have also tried to put the current evolution of the law in historical context, thus expanding coverage of historically important cases in areas where the law is changing dramatically. This casebook¿s authors host a webpage that features supplemental teaching tools.