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020    0199688613 
020    9780199688616 
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050  4 K1401|b.P63 2017 
082 04 346.04/8|223 
100 1  Pila, Justine,|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/
       n2010011712|eauthor. 
245 14 The subject matter of intellectual property /|cJustine 
       Pila (University of Oxford). 
250    First edition. 
264  1 Oxford, United Kingdom :|bOxford University Press,|c2017. 
264  4 |c©2017. 
300    xxxiv, 279 pages ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |g1|tDefinitions and Intellectual Properly Subject Matter
       |g1 --|g1|tDefinitions and Intellectual Property Subject 
       Matter|g1 --|g2|tSpecific Definitional Aims and Methods|g4
       --|g3|tDefinitions of 'Invention', 'Authorial Work', 
       'Trade Mark', and 'Design', etc|g12 --|g4|tConclusions|g22
       --|g2|tAn Overview of Intellectual Property Rights and 
       Systems|g25 --|g1|tIntroduction|g25 --|g2|tIntellectual 
       Property Law In England and France before the 1880s|g25 --
       |g3|tEarly Deontological and Instrumentalist Arguments for
       Intellectual Property|g29 --|g4|tGreat (Paris and Berne) 
       Conventions of the 1880s|g31 --|g5|tIntellectual Property 
       Law in Europe and the United Kingdom Today|g34 --|g6
       |tDistinctions of Importance to Intellectual Property 
       Rights|g55 --|g7|tConclusion|g60 --|g3|tA Framework for 
       Thinking about Intellectual Property Subject Matter|g63 --
       |g1|tIntroduction|g63 --|g2|tIntellectual Property Subject
       Matter as Artifacts|g65 --|g3|tIntellectual Property 
       Subject Matter as Types|g72 --|g4|tCategories of 
       Intellectual Property Subject Matter|g81 --|g5|tProperties
       of Intellectual Property Subject Matter|g88 --|g6
       |tConclusion|g95 --|g4|tInvention and Plant Variety|g97 --
       |g1|tPatents for Inventions, and Plant Variety Rights for 
       Plant Varieties|g97 --|g2|tInventions in Europe: Subject 
       Matter that Solves a Technical Problem Using Particular 
       Technical Means|g99 --|g3|tInventions in the United 
       Kingdom: Subject Matter that Make a Technical Contribution
       to the Art|g116 --|g4|tPlant Varieties in Europe 
       (Including the United Kingdom)|g123 --|g5|tEntidement|g125
       --|g6|tConclusions|g131 --|g5|tAuthorial Work|g141 --|g1
       |tCopyright Protects Authorial Works and Related Rights 
       Protect Other Expressive Productions|g141 --|g2|tAuthorial
       Works in Europe: Works that Express an Author's Own 
       (Literary or Artistic) Intellectual Creation|g143 --|g3
       |tAuthorial Works in the United Kingdom: Works Created by 
       the Exercise of Independent (Literary, Dramatic, Musical, 
       or Artistic)Skill and Labour|g151 --|g4|tEntitlement: 
       Copyright Is for Authors|g178 --|g5|tConclusions: 
       Authorial Works as Artifact Types Having Certain 
       Properties and Arranged in Categories that Express and 
       Reflect those Properties|g179 --|g6|tTrade Mark, Other 
       Product Designations, and Goodwill|g187 --|g1|tRegistered 
       Protection for Trade Marks and Other Product Designations,
       and Unregistered Protection for Goodwill|g187 --|g2|tTrade
       Marks and Other Product Designations in Europe (Including 
       the United Kingdom): Purpose-limited Signs the Protection 
       of which Does Not Undermine Other Intellectual Property 
       Regimes|g192 --|g3|tGoodwill in England and Wales: 'The 
       Attractive Force Which Brings in Custom'|g218 --|g4
       |tEntitlement|g220 --|g5|tConclusions|g224 --|g7|tDesign
       |g233 --|g1|tRegistered and Unregistered Protection for 
       Designs|g233 --|g2|tRegistered and Unregistered Design in 
       Europe, and the Registered Design in the United Kingdom: 
       An Original Appearance of the Whole or Part of a Product
       |g238 --|g3|tUnregistered Design in the United Kingdom: An
       Original Appearance of the Whole or Part of an Article
       |g252 --|g4|tEntitlement: Registered and Unregistered 
       Design Rights are for Designers (ie for Authors)|g262 --
       |g5|tConclusions: Registered and Unregistered Designs as 
       Artifact Types Having Certain Properties and Arranged in 
       Categories that Express and Reflect those Properties|g263.
650  0 Intellectual property.|0http://id.loc.gov/authorities/
       subjects/sh85067167 
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