Terrell on the Law of Patents
First published in 1884, Terrell on the Law of Patents is the acknowledged leader in the field of UK patent law and litigation practice. Containing annotated materials, substantive and procedural case law, clear commentary on all aspects of the law, and regularly quoted in court, your research will not be complete without it. The new 15th edition has been reworked in order to give you the most up-to-date and useful information in this rapidly-growing area of law. Focusing on the law as it applies under the Patents Act 1977 and the 1990 Patent Rules the book now contains major new chapters and looks at other areas of law which may have an affect on the law relating to patents. A significant new chapter on the construction of the specification and claims is now included, along with further new chapters on the granted patent, remedies for infringements and declarations of non-infringement. In addition it looks at the introduction of the new Civil Procedure Rules, just under a year ago, and whether the courts' increased power will have a major affect on the way in which Patents Court business is conducted. Another improvement to this practical guide is that the index has been completel
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