Intellectual Property Law
Intellectual property is a type of incorporeal property which refers to creations of human intellect, most notably copyrights, patents and trademarks – the main purpose of which is to encourage innovation by allowing individuals and companies to benefit economically from their creations.
The seminal, authoritative text in this area, Intellectual Property Law in Ireland by Robert Clark, Shane Smyth and Niamh Hall, offers an erudite consideration of the bundle of intangible possessory rights safeguarded by intellectual property law.
Other titles in this area include A Guide to Trade Mark Law and Practice in Ireland by Helen Johnson and Irish Copyright and Design Law by Robert Clark.
Our Intellectual Property and IT Law online service is updated on a regular basis to take stock of new developments, making it an essential resource for solicitors and barristers aiming to remain at the forefront of this rapidly evolving area of legal practice.
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