An Introduction to Intellectual Property
Publication date: September 2004
Digital Book format: PDF (DRM-Free)
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In an age of digital media and readily available downloads, intellectual property is becoming increasingly hard to protect. Through Dabydeen’s excellent work, however, you will begin to learn strategies for protecting your art. With moot and mock trials, essays and questions, “An Introduction to Intellectual Property” is a great source of legal know-how without the boredom of your typical textbook.
It is not easy to prevent others from using your ideas or information for gain unless you use the sophisticated and esoteric legal techniques of intellectual property law.
Copyright, which is especially important, is a form of protection afforded to many different types of work. Copyright protection for literary work is well known, and this regime also applies to musical and artistic works, broadcasts, sound and video recordings and typographical arrangements.
An Introduction to Intellectual Property, an introduction to topics in intellectual property law by the unusual method of using moots, mock trials, questions and answers and essays, is not a textbook. It serves to interest the inquisitive without going into the deep law of IP. It will certainly encourage the reader to read an IP textbook and help students when faced with a decision to choose the subject for study.