Restatement of the Law (3d) of Unfair Competition
addresses the right to compete, deceptive marketing, the law of trademarks, and related concepts of intangible property and correlative rights. It clarifies both the common-law principles and the related statutory rules that collectively comprise the modern law of unfair competition.
Both federal and state statutes play a significant, sometimes dominant, role in many of the substantive areas encompassed by the Restatement. Except as otherwise noted, the principles discussed in this Restatement are applicable both to actions at common law and to the interpretation of analogous federal and state statutory codifications. This publication is highly respected, is often cited by the courts, and includes:
• General rules that are clearly and concisely stated for easy reference
• Possible limitations on the application of rules
• Comments that provide a scholarly and analytical discussion of particular rules
• Cross-referenced to the West Key Number System and ALR Annotations