William van Caenegem's Intellectual and Industrial Property Law 2nd edition is a current and comprehensive introductory text with a broad general coverage of intellectual property for law students and lecturers as well as non-law and international students.
This new edition focuses on recent relevant Australian case studies to assist students to grasp challenging property law concepts including copyright, patents, registered trademarks and digitisation.
Update to a well-known and well-regarded book, great coverage of legal issues, includes recent legislative reforms, new pedagogical features including flowcharts.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Themes and concepts in intellectual property law
Chapter 2 Copyright: Subsistence Requirements
Chapter 3 Copyright: Ownership and exploitation
Chapter 4 Copyright infringement in general
Chapter 5 Copyright: Other rights and exceptions
Chapter 6 Registered designs
Chapter 7 Patents: Subject matter
Chapter 8 Patents: Novelty and inventiveness
Chapter 9 Patents: Ownership, assignment and licence
Chapter 10 Patents: Infringement
Chapter 11 Breach of confidence: Elements of the action
Chapter 12 Breach of confidence: Defences, remedies and employees
Chapter 13 Passing-off
Chapter 14 Registered trade marks: Definition of a mark and distinctiveness
Chapter 15 Registered trade marks: Other Requirements
Chapter 16 Registered trade marks: Infringement
Chapter 17 Sui generis regimes: Circuit layouts and plant varieties
Chapter 18 Digitisation
Chapter 19 Remedies in Intellectual Property Law