Intellectual property law in Australia
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The International Encyclopaedia of Laws is a unique series of looseleaf publications comprised of 25 distinct reference works. Each of these subsets is itself encyclopaedic in nature, covering a major field of law with penetrating country-by-country monographs that describe how each national legal system governs the relevant field.
The monograph ‘Intellectual property law in Australia’ by William van Caenegem represents Australian law in the field of intellectual property.
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