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Intellectual property law in Lebanon.


Intellectual property law in Lebanon.

El Said, Mohammed.

Wolters Kluwer Law & Business


206 pages



This reference for lawyers and researchers focuses on current and proposed Lebanese domestic and national legislation and court decisions related to the country's international obligations in the area of intellectual property. There is special reference to Lebanon's commitment to bilateral free trade agreements with the EU. The book's coverage encompasses all types of intellectual property, from copyright to crop varieties and trade secrets. Chapters devoted to each intellectual property right cover sources of the law, the subject matter of protection, ownership and transfer, and the scope of exclusive rights, as well as the limitations of protection, infringement and remedies, and relationship to other intellectual property laws. El Said teaches international trade law at the Lancashire Law School. The material in this book was originally published in the International Encyclopedia of Laws. Aspen Publishers is now Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.

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