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Intellectual property law

Karapapa, S. and McDonagh, L. (2019) Intellectual property law. Oxford University Press, pp680. ISBN 9780198747697

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Engaging and innovative, this new textbook uses legal problems to help students quickly grasp core concepts, identify relevant issues, engage with key debates, and apply their learning to real-life contexts. Every chapter opens with a problem question which encourages students to engage with each topic through relevant, real-world issues and gain insight into how the law interacts with everyday life and business. Developed to be a focused, concise textbook but including the detail required to support students on all the key areas of an undergraduate intellectual property law course. Clear explanations of key concepts in intellectual property law help students to gain a thorough understanding of the subject area. Case summary boxes allow students to easily pick out the significant facts and details from landmark cases and understand their relevance.

Item Type:Book
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Law
ID Code:82495
Publisher:Oxford University Press

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