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This Edition comprehensively updates the previous Edition to take account of recent legislative, judicial and scholarly developments in all of intellectual property law and includes idea protection, trade secrets, right of publicity, designs and computer software--with attention to the patent law changes wrought by the America Invents Act. The casebook provides materials covering First Amendment limitations on I.P. rights, addresses emerging trends in Lanham Act section 43(a) and newly revised provisions of federal anti-dilution law. Other topics include Internet and domain names, secondary liability, safe harbors, and anti-circumvention provisions; expanded coverage of software protection and business method patents; and notes on comparative I.P doctrines.