Part 1 Basic concepts: confidential information and trade secrets-- copyright-- designs-- brand, product and business-- name and images protection-- protecting inventions-- damages, injunctions and other remedies-- competition law.
Part 2: selecting appropriate intellectual property rights-- business approaches to using intellectual property-- discouraging infringement-- litigation to protect intellectual property-- licensing and distribution-- selling intellectual property-- avoiding problems with other people's rights.
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This text aims to provide an understanding of the commercial value of intellectual property rights and how they can be exploited. Whilst explaining the technical legal concepts in layman's language without sacrificing simplicity for depth, advice is given on how to avoid problems. Hilary Pearson is author of "Computer Contracts". Clifford Miller is a member of the editorial panel of "Computer Law and Practice". (source: Nielsen Book Data)