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Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement 2014
Kathleen E. McCarthy, Brian W. Brokate
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Chapter 1. Federal Trade Commission Advertising Enforcement (Revised April 1, 2013)
Chapter 2. U.S. Department of Justice, Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section, Reporting Intellectual Property Crime: A Guide for Victims of Copyright Infringement, Trademark Counterfeiting, and Trade Secret Theft (March 2013)
Chapter 3. Design Patents (November 1, 2013)
Chapter 4. Utility Patents (November 1, 2013)
Chapter 5. Capitol Records, LLC v. Redigi, Inc., 934 F.Supp.2d 640 (S.D.N.Y. 2013)
Chapter 6. Challenges Facing Trademark Owners
Chapter 7. Update On Icann’s New gTLD Program
Chapter 8. Protecting Your IP Rights in China: Enforcement Experiences and Opportunities
Chapter 9. Who Is to Blame? An in Depth Look at New Developments in Direct and Contributory Liability for Counterfeiting
Chapter 10. Do’s and Don’ts of Ethics Research
Chapter 11. Selections from the New York Rules of Professional Conduct
Chapter 12. Ass’n of the Bar of New York City Comm. on Prof’l and Judicial Ethics, Formal Op. 2005-05 (June 2005) (“Unforeseeable Concurrent Client Conflicts”)
Chapter 13. Ass’n of the Bar of New York City Comm. on Prof’l and Judicial Ethics, Formal Op. 2009-2 (2009) (“Ethical Duties Concerning Self-Represented Persons”)
Chapter 14. Ass’n of the Bar of New York City Comm. on Prof’l and Judicial Ethics, Formal Op. 2010-2 (2010) (“Obtaining Evidence from Social Networking Websites”)
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