In addition to adding Jay Dratler, one of America?s leading authorities on licensing intellectual property, and Barbara Wrigley, a practitioner with many years experience in the field, to the list of co-authors, the Second Edition of Intellectual Property Licensing in the Information Age (formerly Licensing Intellectual Property in the Digital Age) has been largely redone. Keeping the same basic structure, each chapter has been updated with the most current developments in licensing law. Chapter 2 now works as a much more efficient introduction to intellectual property. Additionally, with the inclusion of the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act in Chapter 8 and an entirely new chapter on Biotechnology, the book is now the most up-to-date and authoritative textbook available.The book emphasizes application in actual situations, with chapters designed to simulate the work flow a lawyer is likely to face in the negotiation, formation, and enforcement of an intellectual property license. A teacher?s manual will be available.Special UETA Problems. ... While at the Law School, Patty offers to sell her 1999 Toyota Camry to Dave for $7, 000. ... Code As1302.04(a)aOhioa#39;s version of UCC As CONTRACT LAW ISSUES IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LICENSING 385.
|Title||:||Licensing Intellectual Property in the Information Age|
|Author||:||Kenneth L. Port|