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Published: 11 October 2007

250 Pages

ISBN: 9780198765028

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Intellectual Property

Michael Spence

Clarendon Law Series

  • A scholarly and original introduction to intellectual property law, written by a highly respected and leading academic in the field
  • Examines the concept of intellectual property law including the subject matter, allocation of the first ownership of rights, and the scope of protection, thereby providing the reader with a strong sense of the shape and purpose of the most important intellectual property systems
  • Raises the ethical issues surrounding the legal protection attributed to intangible products of human creativity, ingenuity, and effort, encouraging students to reflect upon current law and its role in national, regional, and even global, prosperity

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