Barnes and Conley's Integrated Intellectual Property: Cases, Materials, and Statutes
Integrated Intellectual Property is a survey casebook offering an integrated presentation of federal patent, copyright, and trademark law as well as related state laws. The book highlights the organization of intellectual property law generally and relationships among its constituent parts. Each of 31 chapters is designed for coverage in a single, ambitious class period. Core chapters highlight the relationships among patent, copyright, and trademark law while specialty chapters explore special topics in greater depth permitting users to focus on areas of greatest interest. The book contains classic and contemporary principle and reference cases including dozens from the 2014 and 2015 as well as guides to organizing, integrating, and understanding the law and authors’ notes explaining and elaborating on legal rules.