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In the fifth edition of Intellectual Property in the New Technological Age, luminary authors Merges, Menell, and Lemley continue to offer broad, accessible coverage of the full range of legal protections for intellectual property. Including seminal and cutting-edge cases and materials, this landmark casebook incorporates practice problems that encourage students to think like practitioners. Timely and forward thinking, the authors of Intellectual Property in the New Technological Age offer: complete coverage of basic and cutting-edge Intellectual Property law issues an excellent selection of cases and materials practice problems that develop studentsrs" skills in applying the law a law and economics perspective detailed treatment of new media issues, such as computer software an introduction to biotechnology and the latest legal developments in the Statutory and Case Supplement an Author Website with new cases and developments in IP law Updated throughout, the Fifth Edition offers: revised patent materials that include the Bilski decision. changes in patentable subject matter, obviousness, and the law of willfulness new developments in digital copyright law and fair use Trademark chapter revised to include dilution, merchandising, Internet keywords, Rescuecom v. Google, and fair use Software cases newly integrated into main chapters An obvious adoption choice for the IP survey course, the authorsrs" revised and updated Teacher's Manual now offers alternative syllabi for teaching Intellectual Property in the New Technological Age in 2-credit courses such as Trademark Law or Patents.