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Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Regulations, with November 2016 Supplement

This up-to-date resource for IP practitioners sheds light on the U.S. IP regulatory framework and covers agency policy pronouncements, citations to public laws, vital information governing the operations of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Copyright Office, and Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panels, and comprehensive indexes to help streamline legal research. Each supplement includes quick-reference summaries of new material.

 

 

 

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Meet all the requirements of rapidly changing IP regulations.

This convenient, one-volume looseleaf compilation of all intellectual property regulations found in C.F.R. is an excellent resource for intellectual property practitioners. Updated three times per year, it covers agency policy pronouncements; citations to public laws; vital information governing the operations of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, Copyright Office, and Copyright Arbitration Royalty Panels; and comprehensive indexes to help streamline legal research. In addition, each supplement includes vital summaries of new material for quick reference.  

Patent, Trademark, and Copyright Regulations contains more information than any available government compilation, which makes it an invaluable resource for intellectual property practitioners. In addition, the looseleaf format provides flexibility for adding new pages and substituting revised pages so that the volume, as a whole, stays current.  

The November 2016 Supplement adds discussion of:

  • Trademark Trial and Appeal Board rules of practice were amended to provide more efficiency and clarity in inter partes and ex parte proceedings, reduce the burdens on parties, conform the rules to current practice, update references that have changed, reflect technologic changes, and ensure the use of standard, current terminology.
  • In re-adopting regulations on terms and rates for cable television compulsory license, the Copyright Royalty Board made other amendments to update terms, move the rules to the chapter of the C.F.R. that includes other non-substantive changes to make the rules easier to read.
  • The Copyright Office amended its rules for requesting a reconsideration of refusals to register a copyright claim by altering the deadline by which such requests must be received.

AUTHOR

Bloomberg BNA authors and editors are practicing professionals with insider perspectives and real-life experience. Learn more about this book’s authors and editors.

James D. Crowne is the Director of Legal Affairs for the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA) and was formerly the Managing Editor of Bloomberg BNA’s Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal.

 


CONTENTS

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