Commercial legislation and intellectual property principles are experiencing dramatic adjustment as a result of technological, social, and legislative innovation. The Commercial Law of Intellectual Property provides comprehensive, in-depth analysis of the intersection of commercial law and intellectual property rights, including discussion of all applicable U.C.C. sections and other relevant legislation, as well as discussion of hundreds of cases in which intellectual property interests have been subject to U.C.C. provisions, with attention to such critical areas as: Intellectual property licensing, including shrink-wrap and click-wrap license agreements Licenses and other licensing arrangements that some courts view as valid contracts and others do not Representation, fitness, and disclaimer of liability in warranties, with special reference to computer systems and other intellectual property sales, leases, and licenses Unconscionability in the formation of intellectual property sales agreements Application of U.C.C. Article 2 and U.C.C. Article 2A to intellectual property Formation and performance terms of sales and lease contracts involving intellectual property Third-party interests in sales and lease transactions involving intellectual property Performance, repudiation, and excuse in intellectual property sales and lease contracts Intellectual property damagesAnswers to questions like aquot;How do we hire a researcher to develop a product and keep for ourselves the patent on that product?aquot; are of little help when the ... The commercial law is a body of law designed to deal with the types of transactionsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Commercial Law of Intellectual Property|
|Author||:||Peter A. Alces, Harold See|
|Publisher||:||Aspen Publishers Online - 1994|