Research Handbooks in Intellectual Property series

Series editor: Jeremy Phillips, Formerly Intellectual Property Consultant, Olswang LLP, co-founder, IPKat weblog and Social Media Consultant, MARQUES

Under the general editorship and direction of Jeremy Phillips comes this important new Research Handbook series of high quality, original reference works that cover the broad pillars of intellectual property law – trademark law, patent law and copyright law – as well as less developed areas, such as geographical indications, and the increasing intersection of intellectual property with other fields. Taking an international and comparative approach, these Research Handbooks, each edited by leading scholars in the respective field, comprise specially commissioned contributions from a select cast of authors, bringing together renowned figures with up-and-coming younger authors. Each offers a wide-ranging examination of current issues in intellectual property that is unrivalled in its blend of critical, innovative thinking and substantive analysis, and in its synthesis of contemporary research.

Each Research Handbook stands alone as an invaluable source of reference for all scholars of intellectual property, as well as for practicing lawyers who wish to engage with the discussion of ideas within the field. Whether used as an information resource on key topics or as a platform for advanced study, these Research Handbooks will become definitive scholarly reference works in intellectual property law.

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