2006 • $27.00 • 320 pp • paper
Tags: Intellectual Property
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Unlike survey materials, Trademark Law deals exclusively with its subject, allowing for more in-depth coverage of the topic. The material is presented in a user-friendly format and describes complex concepts in an understandable manner. This guide contains a detailed table of contents and a complete table of cases.
The guide presents outlines, not the prose presentation of a treatise or hornbook found in many existing study guides, making it more streamlined and easier to use for readers who are looking for quick answers to specific questions. It provides clear and concise synopses of copyright concepts and issues, with the most recent statutory and case authorities.
Trademark Law, Third Edition includes an analysis of the prerequisites for common law and federal trademark protection, secondary meaning, generic terms, subject matter, trade dress, functionality, ownership, registration, protections afforded by section 43(a) of the Lanham Act, loss of protection, infringement, defenses, and remedies. In addition, the legal requirements of dilution, cybersquatting and the right of publicity are examined
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