Two new titles covering Intellectual Property from McDermott, Will & Emery.
IP Review will be produced twice a year to carry information covering the latest developments in the various areas of intellectual property law. The first issue includes article entitled "A Less Expensive Alternative to Litigation," "Crafting Business Methods Patents," "Brand Leveraging," "Forum Shopping in Europe," "Patenting Biotechnology Tools" and "IP Valuation in Transactions."
The European IP Bulletin, produced in association with the Queen Mary Intellectual Property Research Institute (London), will be published six times a year and includes information in such practice areas as: copyright, intellectual property, trademarks and unfair competition, and relevant litigation news. The first issue includes stories and articles on: the interpretation of the doctrine of joint tortfeasance; individual privacy rights under the European Convention on Human Rights; unlawful concerted practices; "equitable renumeration" under the Rental and Lending Rights directive; EU proposals on piracy and counter-feiting; copyright infringement; and, industrial and community patents.
Publisher/Editor: John Kenney
Patricia Glynn, Jean O'Brien
Subscription: $189 Per Year (11 issues). $359 two years (22 issues). Multicopy subscription rates on request. ISSN 8756-0636 Air mail $20 additional per year. Photocopying or reproduction for internal use only if appropriate fees paid to publisher. $6.00 fee applies to any copying from an issue, whether complete or incomplete. Copies may not be resold. Subscribers $17.50, non-subscribers, $18.00.
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