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Intellectual Property Law in Cyberspace, Second Edition, with 2013 Cumulative Supplement

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Stay current on intellectual property law within the shifting boundaries of the internet 

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Intellectual Property Law in Cyberspace, Second Edition, co-published with the American Intellectual Property Law Association, is the critical resource practitioners need to protect and enforce clients' IP rights as they relate to the internet.

The treatise offers the most up-to-date information on this cutting-edge area of law, with discussion of such important topics as how the domain name system works, the latest on dispute resolution policies, and new registration options-plus step-by-step instructions on registering domain names under various registration proposals; administrative dispute resolution policies proposed and implemented by domain name registrars-and how to protect registrations from challenges; and the application of trademark law to internet concepts such as metatags, hyperlinking, framing, and spamming.

The Second Edition provides important insight on using and protecting copyrighted and trademarked works on the internet. It also contains an in-depth discussion of protecting content online, including trade secrets; an examination of new wrinkles in legal technology, such as the intellectual property issues raised by email, blogs, podcasts, news aggregators, and online search tools; updated analyses of jurisdictional issues and the internet; and a chapter devoted to the proliferating legal issues surrounding online gaming and virtual property.


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The 2013 Cumulative Supplement covers recent judicial activity and trends, including:

  • Developments in the fast-developing area where personal jurisdiction lies in peer-to-peer file sharing protocols, such as BitTorrent
  • Reexamined and updated judicial standards as to what constitutes appropriate browsewrap and clickwrap agreements to provide website users reasonable notice of the site’s terms of use 
  • Challenges to Google’s AdWords program regarding trademark infringement/dilution claims against Google for its purchase and use of trademarks to trigger competitors’ advertising 
  • A discussion of the verdict in the class certification challenge raised by Google against the Authors’ Guild in a lengthy dispute over the Google Library Project, which makes snippets of millions of books freely available 

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About the Editor-in-Chief
G. Peter Albert, Jr. is a partner with AlbertDhand, LLP, San Diego, CA, and his practice encompasses all phases of international patent, trademark, and copyright litigation, prosecution licensing, and intellectual property counseling.

American Intellectual Property Law Association. 


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G. Peter Albert, Jr., Editor-in-Chief; American Intellectual Property Law Association

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 2011/880 pp. Hardcover/Order #9306P


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 2013/304 pp. Softcover/ISBN 978-1-61746-306-8/Order #2306

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