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1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations (some color) ; 29 cm
  • 0. Functions 0.1 Functions and Their Graphs 0.2 Some Important Functions 0.3 The Algebra of Functions 0.4 Zeros of Functions - The Quadratic Formula and Factoring 0.5 Exponents and Power Functions 0.6 Functions and Graphs in Applications 1. The Derivative 1.1 The Slope of a Straight Line 1.2 The Slope of a Curve at a Point 1.3 The Derivative and Limits 1.4 Limits and the Derivative 1.5 Differentiability and Continuity 1.6 Some Rules for Differentiation 1.7 More About Derivatives 1.8 The Derivative as a Rate of Change 2. Applications of the Derivative 2.1 Describing Graphs of Functions 2.2 The First and Second Derivative Rules 2.3 The First and Section Derivative Tests and Curve Sketching 2.4 Curve Sketching (Conclusion) 2.5 Optimization Problems 2.6 Further Optimization Problems 2.7 Applications of Derivatives to Business and Economics 3. Techniques of Differentiation 3.1 The Product and Quotient Rules 3.2 The Chain Rule 3.3 Implicit Differentiation and Related Rates 4. The Exponential and Natural Logarithm Functions 4.1 Exponential Functions 4.2 The Exponential Function ex 4.3 Differentiation of Exponential Functions 4.4 The Natural Logarithm Function 4.5 The Derivative of ln x 4.6 Properties of the Natural Logarithm Function 5. Applications of the Exponential and Natural Logarithm Functions 5.1 Exponential Growth and Decay 5.2 Compound Interest 5.3. Applications of the Natural Logarithm Function to Economics 5.4. Further Exponential Models 6. The Definite Integral 6.1 Antidifferentiation 6.2 The Definite Integral and Net Change of a Function 6.3 The Definite Integral and Area Under a Graph 6.4 Areas in the xy-Plane 6.5 Applications of the Definite Integral 7. Functions of Several Variables 7.1 Examples of Functions of Several Variables 7.2 Partial Derivatives 7.3 Maxima and Minima of Functions of Several Variables 7.4 Lagrange Multipliers and Constrained Optimization 7.5 The Method of Least Squares 7.6 Double Integrals 8. The Trigonometric Functions 8.1 Radian Measure of Angles 8.2 The Sine and the Cosine 8.3 Differentiation and Integration of sin t and cos t 8.4 The Tangent and Other Trigonometric Functions 9. Techniques of Integration 9.1 Integration by Substitution 9.2 Integration by Parts 9.3 Evaluation of Definite Integrals 9.4 Approximation of Definite Integrals 9.5 Some Applications of the Integral 9.6 Improper Integrals 10. Differential Equations 10.1 Solutions of Differential Equations 10.2 Separation of Variables 10.3 First-Order Linear Differential Equations 10.4 Applications of First-Order Linear Differential Equations 10.5 Graphing Solutions of Differential Equations 10.6 Applications of Differential Equations 10.7 Numerical Solution of Differential Equations 11. Taylor Polynomials and Infinite Series 11.1 Taylor Polynomials 11.2 The Newton-Raphson Algorithm 11.3 Infinite Series 11.4 Series with Positive Terms 11.5 Taylor Series 12. Probability and Calculus 12.1 Discrete Random Variables 12.2 Continuous Random Variables 12.3 Expected Value and Variance 12.4 Exponential and Normal Random Variables 12.5 Poisson and Geometric Random Variables.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134437774 20170717
For one- or two-semester courses in Calculus for students majoring in business, social sciences, and life sciences. Intuition before Formality Calculus & Its Applications builds intuition with key concepts of calculus before the analytical material. For example, the authors explain the derivative geometrically before they present limits, and they introduce the definite integral intuitively via the notion of net change before they discuss Riemann sums. The strategic organization of topics makes it easy to adjust the level of theoretical material covered. The significant applications introduced early in the course serve to motivate students and make the mathematics more accessible. Another unique aspect of the text is its intuitive use of differential equations to model a variety of phenomena in Chapter 5, which addresses applications of exponential and logarithmic functions. Time-tested, comprehensive exercise sets are flexible enough to align with each instructor's needs, and new exercises and resources in MyLab(TM) Math help develop not only skills, but also conceptual understanding, visualization, and applications. The 14th Edition features updated exercises, applications, and technology coverage, presenting calculus in an intuitive yet intellectually satisfying way. Also available with MyLab Math MyLab(TM) Math is an online homework, tutorial, and assessment program designed to work with this text to engage students and improve results. Within its structured environment, students practice what they learn, test their understanding, and pursue a personalized study plan that helps them absorb course material and understand difficult concepts. In the new edition, MyLab Math has expanded to include a suite of new videos, Interactive Figures, exercises that require step-by-step solutions, conceptual questions, calculator support, and more. Note: You are purchasing a standalone product; MyLab does not come packaged with this content. Students, if interested in purchasing this title with MyLab, ask your instructor for the correct package ISBN and Course ID. Instructors, contact your Pearson representative for more information. If you would like to purchase both the physical text and MyLab, search for: 0134467078 / 9780134467078 Calculus & Its Applications plus MyLab Math with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package, 14/e Package consists of: *0134437772 / 9780134437774 Calculus & Its Applications*0321431308 / 9780321431301 MyLab Math -- Glue-in Access Card*0321654064 / 9780321654069 MyLab Math Inside Star Sticker.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780134437774 20170717
Science Library (Li and Ma)
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xxvi, 822 pages : illustrations, forms ; 24 cm
  • Taking the plunge
  • Leaving your employer
  • Selecting and working with an attorney
  • Deciding whether to incorporate
  • Structuring the ownership
  • Forming and working with the board
  • Raising money and securities regulation
  • Marshaling human resources
  • Contracts and leases
  • E-commerce, sales, and consumer privacy
  • Operational liabilities, insurance, and compliance
  • Creditors' rights and bankruptcy
  • Venture capital
  • Intellectual property and licensing
  • Going global
  • Buying and selling a business
  • Going public.
Law Library (Crown)
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xviii, 637 pages ; 25 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
236 pages ; 24 cm
  • Contents and AbstractsIntroduction chapter abstractThe United States' system for regulating advertising is outdated, leaving consumers at the mercy of new invasive marketing techniques. The introduction catalogs some of these techniques, including biometric data collection, online tracking, neuromarketing, and celebrity selling on social media, and indicates where they will be explored in greater detail. In his 1999 thriller Minority Report, director Steven Spielberg offered a dystopic vision of the future where advertising had become more personalized, more insistent, and more effective. The introduction maintains that Spielberg's vision has become dangerously close to reality thanks to lawmakers' unwillingness to address modern marketing's technological advances. 1Advertising on Trial chapter abstractThis chapter explores the relationship between advertising and the law. After a brief description of the different regulatory entities responsible for policing advertisers (e.g., courts, government agencies, private litigants), it illuminates the central themes embedded in advertising law. Unresolved debates over consumer rationalism, government paternalism, and the professional status of advertisers all played a part and continue to play a part in assessing the need for regulatory intervention. 2Colonizing New Advertising Spaces chapter abstractThis chapter details advertising's colonization of once adfree spaces through "guerilla marketing." Some spaces have become new targets of opportunity thanks to government willingness to allow advertising into civic territories like schools and national parks. Others are only now becoming commercial targets as technology makes new forms of advertising feasible. The chapter uses Michel Foucault's writings on normalization to show how advertisers exercise power over consumers in these spaces. Commercial annexation of these geographic arenas is not inevitable. The chapter describes how municipalities enacted zoning ordinances to block the spread of billboards on newly built roadways in the early 1900s. Today, however, First Amendment decisions evince great hostility to any government restrictions on advertising. The Supreme Court's increasing solicitude for the rights of corporate speakers gives advertisers more opportunities to turn regulable "public" spaces into unregulable "private" ones. 3The New Market Research chapter abstractThis chapter examines the social consequences of the technologies advertisers use to study potential customers. After discussing the sheer comprehensiveness of the growing commercial spying apparatus, the chapter turns to an analysis of potential harms from this surveillance. Life in a commercial Panopticon threatens intellectual privacy and opens up consumers to discriminatory treatment. In the late nineteenth century, Samuel Warren and Louis Brandeis famously theorized a new "right to privacy" as a response to technologies that allowed for the mass circulation of individuals' names and photographs without their permission. Today's technologies for commercial spying also implicate privacy interests. The problem is contract law: advertisers and media providers can secure permission in the form of online boilerplate before most data collection begins. The chapter concludes by arguing that any form of contractual private ordering will insufficiently safeguard consumer privacy. 4From Market Share to Mindshare chapter abstractThis chapter discusses how the new discipline of neuromarketing combines emerging insights from neuroscience with the study of consumer behavior. By allowing purchasing motivations to be probed without conscious participation, neuromarketing threatens to reveal and activate inner prejudices that consumers might prefer to keep from view. After describing neuromarketing and its social consequences, the chapter provides a historical source of comparison: the scandal over subliminal advertising in the mid-1950s. Both government and private regulators reacted swiftly to the prospect of subliminal ads. Yet neuromarketing techniques are completely unregulated, with the Federal Trade Commission and institutional review boards abdicating their supervisory role. Meanwhile, the law has changed to privilege the tactics of psychological persuasion employed by advertisers. This is most evident in the way trademark law has expanded to protect the emotional hold of a brand over consumers, particularly through suits for trademark dilution. 5Sellebrity chapter abstractThis chapter explores the way in which celebrities sell products and themselves in the age of social media. A vibrant marketplace exists that ties evidence of online visibility to lucrative endorsement deals. The chapter also describes how consumers adopt their own techniques of "micro-celebrity, " gaming their revelations to accumulate followers. Conveniently for advertisers, these revelations can be quantified in the form of "likes, " "shares, " and "retweets" and used to find individuals to champion their products. The problem is not so much with celebrities or digital communication per se, but with a system that goads users into personal disclosures, then strips them of control over those disclosures after they take place. The chapter ends by focusing on one particular legal construct-the right of publicity-that reinforces the importance of high visibility as a measure of status, even deeming it to be "property" that can be legally protected beyond death. 6Stopping Adcreep chapter abstractThis chapter offers a strategy for alerting the public to the dangers of adcreep. Utilizing the sociological study of social movement framing processes, the chapter proposes three potential narratives designed to organize a new wave of consumer activism. Reformers must stress modern advertising's complexity, the paternalism motivating some market research methods, and the anti-democratic implications of personalized advertising. The chapter also suggests corresponding legal reforms, including supervision of commercial data collection by the Federal Trade Commission and corporate research boards, greater leeway for outside speakers to use corporate trademarks and celebrity images, and a more nuanced understanding of First Amendment protection for commercial speech.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804795814 20170621
Advertising is everywhere. By some estimates, the average American is exposed to over 3,000 advertisements each day. Whether we realize it or not, "adcreep"-modern marketing's march to create a world where advertising can be expected anywhere and anytime-has come, transforming not just our purchasing decisions, but our relationships, our sense of self, and the way we navigate all spaces, public and private. Adcreep journeys through the curious and sometimes troubling world of modern advertising. Mark Bartholomew exposes an array of marketing techniques that might seem like the stuff of science fiction: neuromarketing, biometric scans, automated online spies, and facial recognition technology, all enlisted to study and stimulate consumer desire. This marriage of advertising and technology has consequences. Businesses wield rich and portable records of consumer preference, delivering advertising tailored to your own idiosyncratic thought processes. They mask their role by using social media to mobilize others, from celebrities to your own relatives, to convey their messages. Guerrilla marketers turn every space into a potential site for a commercial come-on or clandestine market research. Advertisers now know you on a deeper, more intimate level, dramatically tilting the historical balance of power between advertiser and audience. In this world of ubiquitous commercial appeals, consumers and policymakers are numbed to advertising's growing presence. Drawing on a variety of sources, including psychological experiments, marketing texts, communications theory, and historical examples, Bartholomew reveals the consequences of life in a world of non-stop selling. Adcreep mounts a damning critique of the modern American legal system's failure to stem the flow of invasive advertising into our homes, parks, schools, and digital lives.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804795814 20170621
Green Library
Book
236 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction
  • Advertising on trial
  • Colonizing new advertising spaces
  • The new market research
  • From market share to mindshare
  • Sellebrity
  • Stopping adcreep.
Advertising is everywhere. By some estimates, the average American is exposed to over 3,000 advertisements each day. Whether we realize it or not, "adcreep"-modern marketing's march to create a world where advertising can be expected anywhere and anytime-has come, transforming not just our purchasing decisions, but our relationships, our sense of self, and the way we navigate all spaces, public and private. Adcreep journeys through the curious and sometimes troubling world of modern advertising. Mark Bartholomew exposes an array of marketing techniques that might seem like the stuff of science fiction: neuromarketing, biometric scans, automated online spies, and facial recognition technology, all enlisted to study and stimulate consumer desire. This marriage of advertising and technology has consequences. Businesses wield rich and portable records of consumer preference, delivering advertising tailored to your own idiosyncratic thought processes. They mask their role by using social media to mobilize others, from celebrities to your own relatives, to convey their messages. Guerrilla marketers turn every space into a potential site for a commercial come-on or clandestine market research. Advertisers now know you on a deeper, more intimate level, dramatically tilting the historical balance of power between advertiser and audience. In this world of ubiquitous commercial appeals, consumers and policymakers are numbed to advertising's growing presence. Drawing on a variety of sources, including psychological experiments, marketing texts, communications theory, and historical examples, Bartholomew reveals the consequences of life in a world of non-stop selling. Adcreep mounts a damning critique of the modern American legal system's failure to stem the flow of invasive advertising into our homes, parks, schools, and digital lives.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804795814 20170621
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource : digital, PDF file(s).
  • Introduction: Jerry Mashaw's creative tension with the field of administrative law Nicholas R. Parrillo-- Part I. An Internal Law of Administration: 1. Jerry Mashaw, the due process revolution, and the limits of judicial power Thomas W. Merrill-- 2. The management side of due process in the service-based welfare state Charles F. Sabel and William H. Simon-- 3. Jerry Mashaw and the public law curriculum Peter L. Strauss-- 4. From the history to the theory of administrative constitutionalism Sophia Z. Lee-- 5. Cyberdelegation and the administrative state Mariano-Florentino Cuellar-- Part II. Internal Law and the President: 6. Internal administrative law before and after the APA Gillian E. Metzger and Kevin M. Stack-- 7. Boundary disputes: Jerry Mashaw's anti-formalism, constitutional interpretation and the Unitary Presidency Peter M. Shane-- 8. Cost-benefit analysis of financial regulation: an institutional perspective Richard L. Revesz-- Part III. Adjudication and Divergent Models of Justice: 9. Meeting the Mashaw test for consistency in administrative decisionmaking Paul Verkuil-- 10. Varieties of bureaucratic justice: building on Mashaw's typology Robert A. Kagan-- 11. Enforcement adjudication at the SEC David Zaring-- Part IV. The Agency and its External Environment: 12. Pathways to auto safety: assessing the role of the national highway traffic safety administration Robert L. Rabin-- 13. A comparison of the cultures and performance of a modern agency and a nineteenth century agency Richard J. Pierce, Jr-- Part V. Remapping the Administrative State's Development: 14. On the emergence of the administrative petition: innovations in nineteenth-century indigenous North America Daniel Carpenter-- 15. Putting the 'public' in public administration: the rise of the public utility idea William J. Novak-- 16. Lochner and property Edward Rubin-- Part VI. 'The Agency' as More than a Black Box: 17. Supervising outsourcing: the need for better design of blended governance Nina A. Mendelson-- 18. Government market participation as conflicted government Jon D. Michaels-- 19. State regulatory capacity and administrative: law and governance under globalization Richard B. Stewart-- Conclusion. The inside out perspective: a first person account Jerry L. Mashaw.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107159518 20170502
For a generation, Jerry Mashaw, the most boundary-pushing scholar in the field of administrative law, has argued that bureaucrats can and should self-generate the norms that give us a government of laws. American Administrative Law from the Inside Out brings together a collection of twenty-one essays from leading scholars that interrogate, debate, and expand on themes in Mashaw's work as well as on the fundamental premises of their field. Mashaw has illuminated new ways of seeing administrative law, composed sweeping indictments of its basic principles, and built bridges to other disciplines. The contributors to this volume provide a collective account of administrative law's commitments, possibilities, limitations, and strains as an approach to governance and as an intellectual enterprise.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107159518 20170502
Book
xiii, 544 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: Jerry L. Mashaw's creative tension with the field of administrative law / Nicholas R. Parrillo
  • Jerry L. Mashaw, the due process revolution, and the limits of judicial power / Thomas W. Merrill
  • The management side of due process in the service-based welfare state / Charles F. Sabel, William H. Simon
  • Jerry L. Mashaw and the public law curriculum / Peter L. Strauss
  • From the history to the theory of administrative constitutionalism / Sophia Z. Lee
  • Cyberdelegation and the administrative state / Mariano-Florentino Cuellar
  • Internal administrative law before and after the APA / Gilian E. Metzger, Kevin M. Stack
  • Boundary disputes : Jerry L. Mashaw's anti-formalism, constitutional interpretation and the unitary presidency / Peter M. Shane
  • Cost-benefit analysis of financial regulation : an institutional perspective / Richard L. Revesz
  • Meeting the Mashaw test for consistency in administrative decision-making / Paul Verkuil
  • Varieties of bureaucratic justice : building on Mashaw's typology / Robert A. Kagan
  • Enforcement adjudication at the SEC / David Zaring
  • Pathways to auto safety : assessing the role of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration / Robert L. Rabin
  • A comparison of the cultures and performance of a modern agency and a nineteenth-century agency / Richard J. Pierce, Jr.
  • On the emergence of the administrative petition : innovations in nineteenth-century indigenous North America / Daniel Carpenter
  • Putting the "public" in public administration : the rise of the public utility idea / William J. Novak
  • Lochner and property / Edward Rubin
  • Supervising outsourcing : the need for better design of blended governance / Nina A. Mendelson
  • Government market participation as conflicted government / Jon D. Michaels
  • State regulatory capacity and administrative law and governance under globalization / Richard B. Stewart
  • Conclusion: The inside out perspective : a first-person account / Jerry L. Mashaw.
For a generation, Jerry Mashaw, the most boundary-pushing scholar in the field of administrative law, has argued that bureaucrats can and should self-generate the norms that give us a government of laws. American Administrative Law from the Inside Out brings together a collection of twenty-one essays from leading scholars that interrogate, debate, and expand on themes in Mashaw's work as well as on the fundamental premises of their field. Mashaw has illuminated new ways of seeing administrative law, composed sweeping indictments of its basic principles, and built bridges to other disciplines. The contributors to this volume provide a collective account of administrative law's commitments, possibilities, limitations, and strains as an approach to governance and as an intellectual enterprise.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107159518 20170502
Law Library (Crown)
Book
144 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Introduction: Aims and contours of private law
  • Contract law
  • Tort law
  • Property law
  • Family law
  • Succession law.
Elgar Advanced Introductions are stimulating and thoughtful introductions to major fields in the social sciences and law, expertly written by the world's leading scholars. In this Advanced Introduction, one of the world's leading private law scholars takes the reader on an intellectual journey through the different facets and dimensions of the field, from the family home to Kuta Beach and from Thomas Piketty to Nina Hagen. This concise book provides an accessible and fresh introduction to private law, presenting the topic as a unified whole of which the main branches - on contract, tort, property, family and inheritance - are governed by conflicts between individual autonomy and countervailing principles. The book stands out as a unique account of how private law allows individuals to optimally flourish in matters of economy, work, leisure, family and life in general. Key features include: * succinct yet engaging and highly informative overview of private law, aimed at an audience of specialists and non-specialists alike * written in a clear and engaging style * ample attention to the policy choices behind the rules * examples from a wide range of jurisdictions across Europe, the UK and the US * places private law in its larger economic and societal context * addresses the potential and limits of private law in dealing with global societal challenges, such as economic inequality, the fair use of resources and protecting future generations * considers how the field could develop in the future. Engaging and wide-ranging, this is an excellent introduction for students and academics new to the field and allows practitioners to quickly master the core principles behind private law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781784715144 20170327
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xx, 334 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Machine generated contents note: Foreword; Introduction Richard Mouw; Part I. Biblical Foundations: 1. Jesus, agape, and law Robert F. Cochran, Jr; 2. Love calls us to the things of this world: the Pauline tradition and 'the law of Christ' Darryl Tippens; Part II. Modern Perspectives on Agape, Justice, and Law: 3. Agape, humility, and chaotic good: the challenge and risk of allowing agape a role in the law Linda Ross Meyer; 4. Javert and Jihad: why law cannot survive without love and vice versa Timothy P. Jackson; 5. Love, justice, and law Nicholas Wolterstorff; 6. Justice tempered by forbearance: why Christian love is an improper category to apply to civil law David VanDrunen; Part III. What's Love Got to Do with it? Applications of Agape to Law: 7. Christian love and criminal punishment Jeffrie G. Murphy; 8. Be instructed, all you who judge the earth: law, justice, and love during the world Charles Mathewes; 9. Justice, love, and duties of care in tort law Michael P. Moreland; 10. The when and the where of love: subsidiarity as a framework for care of the elderly Lucia Silecchia; 11. Agape, grace, and immigration law: an Evangelical perspective Jennifer Lee Koh; 12. Law, agape, and the corporation Lyman Johnson; 13. Agape, gift, and intellectual property Thomas C. Berg; 14. That vast external realm: the limits of love and law in international politics Alberto Coll; Afterword: agape and reframing James Boyd White.
"In a provocative essay, philosopher Jeffrie Murphy asks: 'what would law be like if we organized it around the value of Christian love, and if we thought about and criticized law in terms of that value?'. This book brings together leading scholars from a variety of disciplines to address that question. Scholars have given surprisingly little attention to assessing how the central Christian ethical category of love - agape - might impact the way we understand law. This book aims to fill that gap by investigating the relationship between agape and law in Scripture, theology, and jurisprudence, as well as applying these insights to contemporary debates in criminal law, tort law, elder law, immigration law, corporate law, intellectual property, and international relations. At a time when the discourse between Christian and other world views is more likely to be filled with hate than love, the implications of agape for law are crucial"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
1 online resource.
  • Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Disclaimer; Chapter One
  • Introduction to the America Invents Act; I)
  • Introduction; II)
  • Brief History of the AIA; III)
  • aIA-The Big Picture; IV)
  • Free Resources That Are Helpful for Understanding the AIA; Chapter Two
  • Transitioning U.S. Patent Law From a "First-to-Invent" to a "First-Inventor-to-File" System Under the AIA; I)
  • Introduction; II)
  • Pre-AIA Law: The "First-to-Invent" System; A
  • Interference Proceedings; B
  • Patent Litigation Strategies That Are Unique to the "First-to-Invent" Patent System
  • C
  • Utilizing the Date of Invention as the Priority Date for a Claimed InventionIII)
  • AIA 3(i): Replacement of Interference Proceedings With Derivation Proceedings Under the "First-Inventor-to-File" System; A
  • Derivation Proceedings; B
  • Comparison of Derivation and Interference Proceedingst; C
  • Legislative Goals Addressed by the Establishment of Derivation Proceedings; D
  • Practical Implications of Derivation Proceedings; IV)
  • Effective Date of the AIA's Transition to a "First-Inventor-To-File" System and the Implementation of Derivation Proceedings
  • V)
  • Legislative Goals Addressed by the AIA's Transition to the First-Inventor-To-File SystemxVI)
  • Practical Implications of the AIA's Transition From a "First-to-Invent" to a "First-Inventor-to-File" System; Chapter Three
  • The AIA's Impact on the Novelty and Non-Obviousness Patentability Requirements; I)
  • Introduction; II)
  • Novelty Requirement of 35 U.S.C.  102; A
  • Structural Changes to 35 U.S.C.  102; B
  • Expansion of the Realm of Prior Art Under Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102; i
  • Prior Art Under Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(a)(1); a
  • Public Use of a Claimed Inventionc
  • B
  • Patenting a Claimed Invention or Describing the Claimed Invention in a Printed Publicationc
  • Claimed Inventions That are "Otherwise Available to the Public"; d
  • Selling a Claimed Invention; e
  • Exceptions to Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(a)(1) Prior Art; ii
  • Prior Art Under Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(a)(2); a
  • The Expansion of Pre-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(e) Prior Art by Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(a)(2); b
  • Exceptions to Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(a)(2) Prior Art; C
  • Abridgment of Inventor Grace Periods Under the AIA
  • I
  • Inventor's Own Disclosure Grace Period Under Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(b)(1)(A)ii
  • Inventor-Derived Disclosure Grace Period Under Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(b)(1)(A); iii
  • Intervening Disclosure Grace Periodaa Under Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102(b)(1)(B); D
  • Elimination of Certain Provisions of Pre-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102; E
  • Putting It All Together; III)
  • Non-Obviousness Requirement of 35 U.S.C.  103; IV)
  • Legislative Goals Addressed by the Changes to 35 U.S.C.  102 and 103; V)
  • Effective Date of Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102 and 103
  • VI)
  • Practical Implications of Post-AIA 35 U.S.C.  102 and 103
Book
xliii, 1447 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
  • Defining competition policy for a global economy
  • Concerted action by competitors
  • Distinguishing concerted from unilateral action
  • Exclusionary conduct
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Anticompetitive distribution practices
  • Innovation, intellectual property, and the "new economy"
  • Implementing competition policy rules : the structure of antitrust enforcement.
The third edition of Gavil, Kovacic and Baker's Antitrust Law in Perspective: Cases, Concepts and Problems in Competition Policy thoroughly updates the second edition. It includes a more accessible treatment of the rule of reason, a further modernized treatment of collusion, the most comprehensive merger chapter available, an innovative new chapter on distribution strategies, and a refreshed and updated treatment of intellectual property and innovation. For the third edition, the authors are joined by former FTC Commissioner Joshua D. Wright, who is now University Professor and Executive Director of the Global Antitrust Institute at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780314266057 20170403
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-1001-01
Book
viii, 317 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction
  • Competition and consumer protection
  • The economics of information
  • Information and market power
  • Agreements on information
  • Exclusion by information
  • "Confusopoly" and information asymmetries
  • Privacy as an information product
  • Information and intellectual property
  • Restraint of trade and freedom of speech
  • Conclusion.
"Markets run on information. Buyers make decisions by relying on their knowledge of the products available, and sellers decide what to produce based on their understanding of what buyers want. But the distribution of market information has changed, as consumers increasingly turn to sources that act as intermediaries for information--companies like Yelp and Google. Antitrust Law in the New Economy considers a wide range of problems that arise around one aspect of information in the marketplace: its quality. Sellers now have the ability and motivation to distort the truth about their products when they make data available to intermediaries. And intermediaries, in turn, have their own incentives to skew the facts they provide to buyers, both to benefit advertisers and to gain advantages over their competition. Consumer protection law is poorly suited for these problems in the information economy. Antitrust law, designed to regulate powerful firms and prevent collusion among producers, is a better choice. But the current application of antitrust law pays little attention to information quality. Mark Patterson discusses a range of ways in which data can be manipulated for competitive advantage and exploitation of consumers (as happened in the LIBOR scandal), and he considers novel issues like "confusopoly" and sellers' use of consumers' personal information in direct selling. Antitrust law can and should be adapted for the information economy, Patterson argues, and he shows how courts can apply antitrust to address today's problems"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
Book
xxx, 445 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
  • Art : the customs definition
  • Art : international movement
  • Art : the victim of war
  • Art as an investment
  • Auctions
  • Authentication
  • Insurance
  • Tax problems : collectors and dealers
  • Tax problems : artists
  • Aid to the arts
  • The working artist
  • Copyright
  • Trademark
  • Moral and economic rights
  • Freedom of expression
  • Museums
  • Right of publicity
  • Photographs of artwork.
Art Law in a Nutshell Fifth Edition presents an overview of the legal issues concerning art. It covers the definition of art, and the theft and movement of art in wartime and peacetime. It examines the business of art for artists, museums, and collectors, including art as an investment, auctions, authentication, insurance, tax issues for artists and collectors, working artist issues, and aid to the arts. It also explains the intellectual property issues of copyright, trademark, moral rights and economic rights, right of publicity, and First Amendment freedom of expression rights.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634599252 20161128
Law Library (Crown)
Book
231 pages ; 23 cm
  • Introduction
  • Culture clashes
  • Ontology, copyright, and artistic practice
  • The myth of unoriginality
  • Authorship, power, and responsibility
  • Toward an ontology of authored works
  • The rights of authors
  • The rights of others
  • Appropriation and transformation
  • Afterword.
The art scene today is one of appropriation of remixing, reusing, and recombining the works of other artists. From the musical mash-ups of Girl Talk to the pop-culture borrowings of Damien Hirst and Jeff Koons, it's clear that the artistic landscape is shifting which leads to some tricky legal and philosophical questions. In this up-to-date, thorough, and accessible analysis of the right to copyright, Darren Hudson Hick works to reconcile the growing practice of artistic appropriation with innovative views of artists' rights, both legal and moral. Engaging with long-standing debates about the nature of originality, authorship, and artists' rights, Hick examines the philosophical challenges presented by the role of intellectual property in the artworld and vice versa. Using real-life examples of artists who have incorporated copyrighted works into their art, he explores issues of artistic creation and the nature of infringement as they are informed by analytical aesthetics and legal and critical theory. Ultimately, Artistic License provides a critical and systematic analysis of the key philosophical issues that underlie copyright policy, rethinking the relationship between artist, artwork, and the law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780226460246 20170530
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1 online resource ( xviii, 443 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Part 1. Bioresources.- Chapter 1. Bioresources: Current status.- Chapter 2. Conservation of Bioresources.- Chapter 3. Biodiversity and the Processes of Law.- Chapter 4. Bioresources for food and nutrition security: the case of wild edibles of Western Ghats.- Chapter 5. Climate change and biodiversity.- Chapter 6. Indigenous Knowledge and Intellectual Property Rights.- Chapter 7. Educating Biodiversity.- Chapter 8. Trends in Biodiversity Documentation and Assessment.- Chapter 9. Biopiracy.- Part 2. Strategies for sustainable utilization.- Chapter 10. Biodiversity mining through transcriptome analysis.- Chapter 11. High-throughput and in-silico screening in drug discovery.- Chapter 12. Metagenomic Approaches for Novel Active Metabolites.- Chapter 13. Ethnic Knowledge in Classification and Conservation: A Case Study of wild yam in Western Ghats.- Part 3. Bioprospecting.- Chapter 14. Prospecting extreme niches.- Chapter 15. Microbial repositories in bioprospecting.- Chapter 15. Gene banks and bioprospecting.- Chapter 16. Bioprospecting traditional medicine.- Chapter 17. Medicinal Plants of India: implications in modern medicine.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811035715 20170703
This book is a compilation of articles on various aspects of bioresources and the processes employed for its judicious utilization. Biodiversity and conservation, food security, gene banks and repositories, laws governing biodiversity, bioprospecting, bioresources in traditional medicine and biodiversity mining are some of the important topics covered in the book. The unique contents of the book make it an important source of information for conservation scientists, academics, activists and to those who are actively involved in product oriented research from bioresources.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9789811035715 20170703
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xvii, 518 pages ; 24 cm
  • Is Pepsi really a substitute for Coke? : market definition in antitrust and IP / Mark A. Lemley and Mark P. McKenna.
This Cambridge Handbook, edited by Roger D. Blair and D. Daniel Sokol, brings together a group of world-renowned professors in the fields of law and economics to assess the theory and practice of antitrust, intellectual property, and high tech. With the increased globalization of antitrust, a better understanding of how law and economics shape this interface will help academics, policymakers, and practitioners to understand the existing state of academic literature, its limits, and its relevance to real-world antitrust. The book will be an essential resource for anyone seeking to understand academic and policy considerations shaping the world of antitrust, intellectual property, and high tech.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107159136 20170626
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1 online resource (530 pages) : digital, PDF file(s).
  • List of figures-- List of contributors-- Introduction Roger D. Blair and D. Daniel Sokol-- Part I. Economics of Antitrust-IP: 1. Economics of innovation Joshua S. Gans-- 2. Antitrust and intellectual property: developments in pharmaceuticals Sumanth Addanki-- 3. The economics of the internet Babette E. Boliek-- 4. The economics of FRAND Anne Layne-Ferrar-- Part II. Institutional Design Country Overviews: 5. Antitrust and intellectual property: a brief introduction Keith N. Hylton-- 6. The antitrust and intellectual property intersection in European Union law Nicolas Petit-- 7. The IP-antitrust interface in China: an uncharted territory Thomas K. Cheng-- 8. Intellectual property and antitrust in Japan Masako Wakui-- 9. Competition law and intellectual property in Korea Hwang Lee-- Part III. Monopolization: 10. Is Pepsi really a substitute for Coke?: market definition in antitrust and IP Mark A. Lemley and Mark P. McKenna-- 11. Monopoly power and intellectual property Roger D. Blair and Wenche Wang-- 12. Exploitative abuses of intellectual property rights Harry First-- 13. Patent holdups Daryl Lim-- 14. Walker process and sham litigation Leon Greenfield-- 15. Does antitrust have a role to play in regulating big data? D. Daniel Sokol and Roisin Comerford-- Part IV. Competitor Collaboration: 16. Drug patent settlements Michael A. Carrier-- 17. Copyright licensing and the EU digital single market strategy Pablo Ibanez Colomo-- 18. Patent pools and related technology sharing Erik Hovenkamp and Herbert Hovenkamp-- Part V. Vertical Relations: 19. Bundling and high-tech industries Daniel J. Gifford and Robert T. Kudrle-- 20. Tying arrangements and intellectual property Christopher R. Leslie-- 21. Online RPM John B. Kirkwood-- Part VI. Mergers in High Technology: 22. US merger enforcement in the information technology sector Jeffrey A. Eisenach-- 23. Competition assessment of IPRs in China's merger control Liyang Hou-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107159136 20170717
This Cambridge Handbook, edited by Roger D. Blair and D. Daniel Sokol, brings together a group of world-renowned professors in the fields of law and economics to assess the theory and practice of antitrust, intellectual property, and high tech. With the increased globalization of antitrust, a better understanding of how law and economics shape this interface will help academics, policymakers, and practitioners to understand the existing state of academic literature, its limits, and its relevance to real-world antitrust. The book will be an essential resource for anyone seeking to understand academic and policy considerations shaping the world of antitrust, intellectual property, and high tech.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107159136 20170717
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2103 pages ; 24 cm.
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xxviii, 310 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction to the phenomenon of the contemporary celebrity
  • Relevant insights from cultural studies on contemporary fame
  • The right of publicity in the United States
  • Right of publicity and indicia of identity
  • Right of publicity and the appropriation of commercial value of identity
  • Right of publicity and the freedom of speech under the First Amedment
  • Cultural studies and teh common law passing off action
  • Twenty-first century challenges : digital fandom, social media and fantasy video games
  • Conclusions.
Celebrities can sell anything from cars to clothing, and we are constantly fascinated by their influence over our lifestyle choices. This book makes an important contribution to legal scholarship about the laws governing the commercial appropriation of fame. Exploring the right of publicity in the US and the passing off action in the UK and Australia, David Tan demonstrates how an appreciation of the production, circulation and consumption of fame can be incorporated into a pragmatic framework to further the understanding of the laws protecting the commercial value of the celebrity personality. Using contemporary examples such as social media and appropriation art, Tan shows how present challenges for the law may be addressed using this cultural framework. This book will be of interest to intellectual property law academics, judges, practitioners and students in the US and common law jurisdictions, as well as those in the field of cultural studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107139329 20170605
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1 online resource : digital, PDF file(s).
  • Foreword Graeme Dinwoodie-- 1. Introduction to the phenomenon of the contemporary celebrity-- 2. Relevant insights from cultural studies-- 3. The right of publicity in the United States-- 4. Right of publicity and indicia of identity-- 5. Right of publicity and the appropriation of commercial value of identity-- 6. Right of publicity and the freedom of speech under the First Amendment-- 7. Cultural studies and the common law passing off action-- 8. Twenty-first century challenges: digital fandom, social media and fantasy video games-- 9. Conclusions.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107139329 20170717
Celebrities can sell anything from cars to clothing, and we are constantly fascinated by their influence over our lifestyle choices. This book makes an important contribution to legal scholarship about the laws governing the commercial appropriation of fame. Exploring the right of publicity in the US and the passing off action in the UK and Australia, David Tan demonstrates how an appreciation of the production, circulation and consumption of fame can be incorporated into a pragmatic framework to further the understanding of the laws protecting the commercial value of the celebrity personality. Using contemporary examples such as social media and appropriation art, Tan shows how present challenges for the law may be addressed using this cultural framework. This book will be of interest to intellectual property law academics, judges, practitioners and students in the US and common law jurisdictions, as well as those in the field of cultural studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781107139329 20170717

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