Intellectual Property in New Zealand provides commercially focused material for practitioners, in a style accessible to undergraduate students.
Intellectual property law is an integral part of almost all commercial endeavours, including the creative industries, inventions, and the rapidly changing world of information technology.
Table of contents
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Intellectual Property Across Borders
Chapter 3: The Knowledge Assets of Maori and Intellectual Property
Chapter 4: Competition Law, Licensing and the Copyright Tribunal
Chapter 5: Copyright
Chapter 6: Copyright - Permitted Uses
Chapter 7: Patents
Chapter 8: Design Law
Chapter 9: The Rudiments of Marketing Law: Trade Marks, Passing Off and the Fair Trading Act
Chapter 10: Marketing in Context
Chapter 11: Protection of Information
Chapter 12: Computer Software
Chapter 13: The Internet