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This book examines the principles of intellectual property law in the Commonwealth Caribbean, providing a simple guide for students, which is sufficiently detailed to act as a work of reference for practitioners.
Commonwealth Caribbean Intellectual Property Law provides a detailed comparative analysis, first examining the international aspects of the law that form the basis for domestic law, and looking at the theoretical basis for IP law in the Caribbean.
The book provides a comprehensive overview, including: copyright, patents, breach of confidence, passing off, trademarks, design and remedies. It offers a focus on issues of interest to developing countries, such as folklore, traditional medicine and geographical indications. However, it also considers internationally topical issues such as copyright and multimedia, and patent protection in the information age.