Intellectual PropertyDavid I. BainbridgeSixth Edition & "The wealth of detail is impressive and interesting, whilst the discussion is clear but has scholarly depth. & "Candida Harris, University of PlymouthIntellectual Property is the leading undergraduate textbook in this dynamic area of the law. Including discussion of all major topic areas of Intellectual Property, this book outlines the current statutory and common law framework of Intellectual Property rights alongside the issues and practical considerations surrounding them. The book contains analytical discussion and exploration of topical issues as the law struggles to cope with the demands of technological developments and European harmonisation. Where relevant, a comparative approach is adopted, outlining key international and regional legislation and judicial decisions. Diagrams and tables are included to aid students & #146; understanding in this complex, and often conflicting, area of the law. The book is accompanied by a Companion Website, at www.pearsoned.co.uk/bainbridge. It provides regular updates, web links to useful intellectual property sites, multiple choice and problem-style questions with answers, and answer plans.New to this editionA new section covering jurisdiction and competition in relation to intellectual property. Extensive coverage of the Community trade mark and Community design. Discussion of recent cases from the Court of Justice, Court of First Instance, European Patent Office and Office for the Harmonisation of the Internal Market (Trade Marks and Designs). Exploration of the Copyright and Related Rights Regulations 2003 and other recent legislation affecting copyright and rights in performances including moral rights for performers and the artist & #146;s resale right. Discussion of the Patents Act 2004 and other patent legislation and recent House of Lords judgments in patent cases. Examination of the implications of Douglas v Hello and Naomi Campbell v MGN, for breach of confidence actions, and the expanding role of the right to privacy. Discussion of recent changes to trade mark legislation, e.g. Trade Marks (Proof of Use etc.) Regulation 2004.David I. Bainbridge is Professor of Business Law at Aston Business School, Aston University and an honorary member of Hardwicke Building, Lincoln & #146;s Inn. He has a background in Engineering and Information Technology.Bainbridge, David I is the author of 'Intellectual Property', published 2006 under ISBN 9781405801591 and ISBN 140580159X.