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Patent Practice and Policy in the Pacific Rim

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Brand: TRO
Copyright: 2011-2021
ISBN: 9780379012637
Service #: 30573046
Sub #: 30573048
Publication Frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update format: Replacement pages

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Patent Practice and Policy in the Pacific Rim provides analytical summaries of the patent laws and regulations of several major Pacific Rim nations, including information on such issues as application, registration, and enforcement of patent rights.

In addition to this analytical commentary, chapters include the primary legal text of statutes, regulations, and guidance manuals for over 18 Pacific Rim jurisdictions including China, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, India, Japan, Vietnam, and the Koreas.

This five-volume collection is an indispensable resource for U.S. (and other western) attorneys representing clients with an interest in obtaining, preserving, and/or protecting their patents in Asia and the Pacific.

Features

  • Glossary assists with definitions of some of the most commonly referenced terms in the publication
  • Chapters are organized alphabetically by jurisdiction, from Australia to Vietnam
  • Glossary assists with definitions of some of the most commonly referenced terms in the publication
  • English translations of primary law from a variety of jurisdictions eases research by English-speaking readers
  • Chapters are organized alphabetically by jurisdiction, from Australia to Vietnam
  • English translations of primary law from a variety of jurisdictions eases research by English-speaking readers