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Selected Statutes and International Agreements on Unfair Competition, Trademark, Copyright and Patent, 2012
by:Paul Goldstein, R. Anthony Reese
This compact volume contains all of the key patent, copyright, trademark, and unfair competition statutes and related international agreements in a form convenient for student use. This edition incorporates all of the changes made by the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, adopted in September 2011, which substantially rewrote the U.S. Patent Act. The...
This compact volume contains all of the key patent, copyright, trademark, and unfair competition statutes and related international agreements in a form convenient for student use. This edition incorporates all of the changes made by the Leahy-Smith America Invents Act, adopted in September 2011, which substantially rewrote the U.S. Patent Act. The amended statute appears as the main text, but the volume also continues to include the existing provisions that are being gradually phased out by the new act. In addition to the full text of the federal Patent, Copyright, and Trademark statutes, it includes the principal intellectual property treaties and agreements, as well as the Restatement (Third) of Unfair Competition and the Uniform Trade Secrets Act.
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