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About New Practitioner's Guide to Intellectual Property
Written as a comprehensive yet accessible reference to the rapidly growing practice area of intellectual property law, this is an invaluable and unique practical resource to all major areas of intellectual property and the most common aspects of practicing in those areas. With increasingly less time to learn the practice of intellectual property law from partners and more experienced lawyers, this clearly written guide offers a common-sense approach to the law and helps newer practitioners and associates avoid learning in a trial-by-fire environment.
The authors, both experienced attorneys in the specialty, offer valuable background and insights regarding the fundamentals of the major areas of IP law. Explaining how to handle matters from prosecution to litigation, New Practitioner's Guide to Intellectual Property will help even the greenest IP practitioner obtain practical knowledge on the typical handlings of various aspects of IP ranging from procurement to enforcement and everything in between.
Designed as a comprehensive yet accessible resource, New Practitioner's Guide to Intellectual Property covers the fundamentals of the law rather than refined strategic approaches to the law. Ideal for newer practitioners, attorneys with a more general legal practice, and summer interns, the authors provide general information on all facets of the various area of IP law to help readers understand terms, be familiar with common documents, and learn what is needed in a situation without having to delve into endless research or taking time to question others.
The book is organized by practice area for easy research, providing important background and history as well as practical insights on prosecution and litigation for patents; trademark, trade dress, unfair competition, and trade secrets; and copyright.