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  1. The Making of Modern Intellectual Property Law (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law) by Sherman Brad, Bently Lionel, 2008-03-01
  2. Intellectual Property: Law of Trademarks, Copyrights, Patents and Trade Secrets (West Legal Studies) by Deborah E. Bouchoux, 2000-01-24
  3. Intellectual Property Law: 20102011 by Routledge, 2010-03-03
  4. International Intellectual Property Law and Policy by Graeme B. Dinwoodie, 2008-01
  5. Global Intellectual Property Law by Graham Dutfield, Uma Suthersanen, 2008-11-30
  6. EU Intellectual Property Law and Policy (Elgar European Law) by Catherine Seville, 2009-05
  7. To Steal a Book Is an Elegant Offense: Intellectual Property Law in Chinese Civilization (Studies in East Asian law, Harvard University) by William Alford, 1997-01-01
  8. Intellectual Property Law, Sixth Edition by Routledge-Caven, 2009-06-01
  9. Q & A on Intellectual Property Law (Q & A Series) by Alan Murdie, 2000-09-01
  10. Bankruptcy and Its Impact on Intellectual Property Law, Second Edition by Patricia S. Rogowski, Craig B. Young, 2009
  11. Intellectual Property Law: Damages and Remedies (Intellectual Property Series (Law Journal Seminars-Press).) by Terence P. Ross, 2000-11-29
  12. Research Handbook on Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law
  13. Butterworths Intellectual Property Law Handbook (Butterworths Handbook)
  14. Concise European Copyright Law (Concise European IP) (Concise Commentary of European Intellectual Property Law Series) by Thomas Dreier; Bernt Hugenholtz, 2006-08-21

41. Intellectual Property Law Society
A student group at the Iowa Law School interested in issues of copyright, trademark, patents, and cyberlaw.
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42. The University Of Maryland School Of Law
Home; Programs Centers; Intellectual Property Law; Intellectual Property Law. Intellectual property law concerns the regulation of creativity and innovation.
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    Intellectual property law concerns the regulation of creativity and innovation. Whether or not technology-based, today's businesses must govern their conduct in accordance with intellectual property rights. A clear demand exists for attorneys skilled in counseling clients on the strategic management of technology, creative assets, and other information resources in a sophisticated and ever-changing business environment. The Intellectual Property Law Program addresses increasingly complex intellectual property law issues and considers these issues from both legal and interdisciplinary perspectives. By charting a clear course from theory to practice, the IP Program prepares students to pursue a career in intellectual property law.
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43. Silicon Valley Intellectual Property Law Association
Association has monthly meetings to discuss various IP topics.

44. Internet Resource Guide: Intellectual Property Law
Describes Internet resources relating to Australian Intellectual Property Law

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This guide contains links to Internet resources and documents in the area of federal intellectual property law, as well as providing links to other guides and directories which contain material on State and Territory and overseas law.

45. Patent And Trademark Attorneys In San Diego
An introduction to intellectual property law, from attorney Donn K. Harms.

46. Intellectual Property Law
The Section furthers knowledge of members in the law of patents, trademarks, trade secrets, copyright and licensing; covers matters of technology, unfair business practices
November 14, 2010

47. Technology & Marketing Law Blog By Eric Goldman
Discussion of Internet and intellectual property law issues.

48. IP Dragon 知識產權龍
Discussion of intellectual property law in the People s Republic of China.

49. IPTLRev: Intellectual Property And Technology Law Review
Emeka J. Amanze, Esq. Emeka, Amanze, Intellectual Property, Intellectual Property Law, Intellectual, Patent, Trademark, Copyright, Law, Law Review, Law Review, lawreview
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50. IPKat
Intellectual property law weblog with case updates on copyright, design, patent and trade mark cases.

51. Intellectual Property
Intellectual Property law guide from JURIST The Legal Education Network.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY JURIST LEGAL RESEARCH Law Guides >> Intellectual Property ... edited by Graeme Dinwoodie , Chicago-Kent College of Law
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52. IP Freely
News and opinion blog on intellectual property law, IT law and more.

53. Intellectual Property Law - How To Information |
Intellectual Property Law how to articles and videos including What Is a Child Patent?, What Happens When Someone Infringes on a Patent?, How Do I Copyright the Name of a
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54. Recent Posts: | Mallesons IP Whiteboard - Latest News In Copyright, Trade Mark A
Weblog covering the latest developments in intellectual property law in Australia and overseas.
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55. Intellectual-property Law -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
intellectualproperty law, the legal regulations governing an individual’s or an organization’s right to control the use or dissemination of ideas or information. Various
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56. Intellectual Property Lawyers
A legal blog devoted to world developments in intellectual property law.
The USPTO Enhanced Examination Timing Control Initiative: Part 1
By Timothy J. Maier on November 12, 2010 4:30 PM No Comments No TrackBacks Earlier this year, USPTO Director David Kappos proposed a three-track program initiative, intended to meet the Patent and Trademark Office's strategic goal of reducing patent pendency and backlogs. The proposal, officially entitled the Enhanced Examination Timing Control Initiative, will provide patent applicants with three pathways, or tracks, for examination of patent applications, with each track having its own timeline, costs and requirements.
Track 1 of the program would have a prioritized examination timeline. The goals in Track 1 include sending out a first Office Action on the merits within four months of the request for prioritized examination, and a final action either a Final Rejection or Allowance within 12 months of the request.
Track 2 would essentially be analogous to the current examination process. Presently, the examination process takes an average of 34 months from filing to final action. However, the USPTO expects that, once the three-track program is implemented, application pendency would be reduced, with an expected timeline of 10 months until the first Office Action, and a final action within 20 months.
Track 3 would allow non-continuing applications that are first filed at the USPTO up to 30 months from the priority date to decide whether to request examination. The applicants would thus be able to defer examination of, or "park," their applications for that time period. The request to park an application may be made either upon filing or in a reply to a notice of missing parts. However, parked applications would still be published 18 months from the priority date, as under the present system.

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58. Patents Online: IP, Patents, Trademarks, Copyright And Designs
An introduction to Australian intellectual property law.

59. Chicago-Kent College Of Law: Certificate Program In Intellectual Property Law
ChicagoKent College of Law, the law school of Illinois Institute of Technology, offers full- and part-time J.D. and LL.M. programs and joint degrees in law and business in
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Chicago-Kent founded one of the first programs in IP law in the United States more than two decades ago and is nationally recognized as a leader in the field. As the importance of IP law has expanded, the program has continued to reflect and anticipate the constant challenges of contemporary IP practice. Whether your interests lie in scientific and technological innovation, marketing and advertising, or entertainment and the arts, Chicago-Kent's Program in Intellectual Property Law offers an educational experience that emphasizes both academic excellence and a commitment to training the top IP lawyers of tomorrow. We invite you to explore our Web site to learn more about the program and the activities it sponsors. IP EVENTS IP NEWS More events...

60. ABA Section Of Intellectual Property Law
Information on Intellectual Property laws. Includes articles on current legislation, tips, and upcoming programs.

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