In today's information-based economy, intellectual property law has received more attention than ever before. Yet little has been said about the damages and remedies that are available - until now. Intellectual Property Law: Damages and Remedies addresses two crucial concerns of intellectual property owners - how to recover monetary compensation when an infringement has occurred and how to prevent further infringement. This unique work explains how compensation and remedies are determined in every scenario, including infringement on the Internet. You'll read about: ex parte seizures and stopping infringing goods at the border; provisional rights and remedies for patent owners; injunctive relief; monetary damages; punitive and statutory enhanced damages; attorneys' fees and costs; and more. This is the first book to turn to for coverage of all the issues that arise once liability for infringement has been established.
Book #00656; looseleaf, one volume, 808 pages; published in 2000, updated as needed; no additional charge for updates during your subscription. Looseleaf print subscribers receive supplements. The online edition is updated automatically. ISBN: 978-1-58852-094-4
AuthorsTerence P. Ross
Terence P. “Terry” Ross is a nationally respected first-chair trial attorney with a practice concentrated on civil lawsuits involving intellectual property, media and technology. He has represented clients in numerous high-profile cases, including in the application of intellectual property laws to the Internet and e-commerce. Terry has broad experience in various types of intellectual property disputes, including patent and copyright infringement; trade secret and unfair competition litigation; and trademark/trade name disputes. Terry's experience at both the trial and appellate levels is extensive. In more than thirty-five years in practice, he has tried more than 50 jury or bench trials, as well as dozens of arbitrations. He has been first chair for 13 Markman hearings in patent cases. He also has conducted numerous preliminary injunction hearings. In addition, Terry has made oral arguments to the Supreme Court of Virginia, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, and the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Terry writes and speaks frequently on intellectual property topics and is a former Adjunct Professor at George Mason School of Law.