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About Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments 2010
An invaluable reference designed to sit on the desk of every IP lawyer, Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments 2010 from the ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law gives you ready access to the most important changes in law and practice during the year. Written by IP practitioners for IP practitioners, this easy-to-use, well-indexed deskbook enables you to quickly find the developments that really matter in patent, trademark, copyright, and other intellectual property law areas.
Developments are selected and chapters written by nearly 100 practitioners and experts in all areas of IP law. The unique Table of Contents includes not only the name of each key case but also a brief summary of the point in question, highlighting for you the areas that have experienced the most significant change. New this year, the Annual Review includes a CD-ROM with the complete text of the book in searchable PDF to assist you in finding the on-point information you need.
Because IP law areas change rapidly, this deskbook is an especially valuable tool for identifying issues in areas of law outside your primary area of practice, or simply for catching up on current issues. Whether on the phone with a client or developing a research strategy, a quick perusal of the Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments 2010 will give you ready access to the information you need for giving advice on the issue you're handling.
Annual Review of Intellectual Property Developments 2010 provides a thoughtful and balanced treatment of the key legal developments in the courts, agencies, and legislatures. It is organized into six parts (patents, trademarks, unfair competition, copyright, trade secrets, other IP), making it a functional reference tool for every IP lawyer, whether a new associate, in-house counsel, or seasoned practitioner.