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Protecting Copyright and Industrial Design

This guide operates as a step-by-step manual for non-specialist lawyers to the registration process for original copyright works or industrial designs. The approach is point form, providing a series of checklists of the relevant legal and procedural considerations (with precedents). Cases are cited on controversial points or where helpful for illustrative purposes. Contents include:
  • First contact with the client
  • Client education
  • Prior publication or disclosure
  • Claiming international rights
  • Third party interests
  • Priorities
  • Infringement
  • Searches and applications
  • Registration
  • Recording with collectives
  • Closing the file
  • Appendices - Precedents and resources
Written by Martin P.J. Katz. Published by Carswell Publishing, 1999.
0-459-27186-5 $55.00

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Last modified: April 7, 2000

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