This category is for information on all types of Intellectual Property, especially as viewed from the perspective of librarians, educators, and the public. International and US resources on trademarks, trade secrets, patents, copyrights, and new internet intellectual property laws.
Large list of links to publications about trademarks, including links for lawyers. Information on state, federal, international, and internet marks, FAQs about copyrights.
More than half the listings treat intellectual property. Topics include patents, access to patented drugs, links to summaries and position papers, resources for intellectual property law (domestic and international), and select internet resources.
Links to major resources in the area of copyright and intellectual property, provided by the American Library Association.
An archive of papers on Intellectual Property, including some of the main legal documents and the criticisms of them. Annotated, with contributions by many notable authors, including Pamela Samuelson, and Arthur Levine.
Harvard Law's online library of materials pertaining to intellectual property, divided into topics. Bibliographies for online and offline papers. Topics include domain names, linking, framing, and metatags.
a listserv, with searchable archive, at Yale University. Most important is the free downloadable software that can be used to help draft library licenses and contracts.
Sept. 13 2000 issue, articles on copyright. Good access via abstracts, hyperlinked to papers. Some are academic, some are practical "how to". Not exhaustive, but a good collection on a wide variety of copyright issues.
Intellectual property directories, information, advice and community networking.
Information and study aids concerning copyright law. Searchable by keyword. Provided by Stanford University Libraries.
Library exemptions from the DMCA copyright "anticircumvention" provisions, the ruling by the Librarian of Congress and the Register of Copyrights (October 28 2000).
A chart prepared by University of North Carolina law library director Laura Gasaway to help in making the determination whether a work remains copyright-protected in the US.
WIPO is responsible for the promotion of the protection of intellectual property throughout the world through cooperation among States, and for the administration of various multilateral treaties dealing with the legal and administrative aspects of intellectual property.
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