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Intellectual Property Law in Cyberspace, Third Edition

This intriguing treatise covers legal issues at the interface of IP and the Internet, including global top-level domains and new registration options, protecting trademark and domain registrations, online gaming, and the application of traditional IP legal concepts to email, hyperlinking, virtual property, and spamming.

Price: $500.00 Main Volume


Meet The Author

David A. Einhorn
Editor-in-Chief
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Description

Stay current on IP law within the shifting frontiers of the Internet

Thoroughly revised for its Third Edition, this valuable treatise provides guidance on IP law issues arising within the shifting frontiers of the internet from a variety of perspectives, addressing trademark, copyright, patent, and trade secret issues. Topics covered include: online navigation tools, posting and using online materials, protecting website elements, and issues arising from conducting business online, as well as the application of traditional IP legal concepts to email, online navigation tools, consumer protection, and virtual property.

The Third Edition adds the following:

  • The shift from United States control over domain name issues to the global multi-stakeholder community

  • ICANN’s roll-out of the new Generic Top Level Domains (“gTLD’s”)

  • Latest developments in the battle between Amazon and the governments of Brazil and Peru regarding the AMAZON gTLD

  • Exploration of the application of copyright law to social media and virtual reality

  • A fresh look at the anti-circumvention provisions of the DMCA, with analysis of the latest cases

  • Recent cases on the controversial issue of “initial interest confusion”

  • New cases on what constitutes “use in commerce” on web pages

  • And much more


Author

Contributing chapter authors are members of AIPLA.
The American Intellectual Property Law Association, founded in 1897, is a national bar association constituted primarily of  lawyers in private and corporate practice, in government service, and in the academic  community. It represents a wide and diverse spectrum of individuals, companies, and institutions involved directly or indirectly in the practice of patent, trademark, copyright, trade secret, and unfair competition law, as well as other fields of law affecting intellectual property. Its members represent both owners and users of intellectual property. For more information, visit www.aipla.org.
David A. Einhorn is a partner with Scarinci Hollenbeck, New York, NY, where his practice focuses on intellectual property litigation and portfolio management; cybersquatting; commercial real estate litigation; international domain name arbitration; and insurance coverage matters.

Contents

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