This unit concerns the legal protection given for certain types of intangible property. Intellectual Property (IP) in its modern sense refers to copyright in literary, artistic, or similar works and to their recording and performance: it also refers to "industrial property", that is, rights in respect of inventions, trademarks, industrial designs, and business goodwill. The unit will encompass the major areas of IP:
It will also cover, more briefly, other areas of IP such as:
This unit will include a comparative transnational and/or international element, where appropriate.
Prescribed Text - Australian Intellectual Property: Commentary, Law and Practice 2ND EDITION
PRESCRIBED TEXT - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW: STUDY GUIDE
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