Subject: Intellectual Property Law

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  • Corporate Practice Library (BNA)
    The Corporate Practice Library features in-depth analysis and practical guidance from expert legal practitioners in the Series Portfolios,plus the latest news in BNA's Corporate Counsel Weekly.
  • HeinOnline Intellectual Property Law Collection
    The Intellectual Property Law Collection focuses on copyrights, patents and trademarks in the United States. It includes legislative histories, treatises, documents, journals and more.
  • Intellectual Property Law Resource Center (BNA)
    The Intellectual Property Resource Center provides the full text of all decisions reported in United States Patents Quarterly from 1929 to the present, combined with finding aids to facilitate the search process. The Resource Center is designed to make finding the right intellectual property case fast and easy. USPQ2d contains the full text of all decisions reported in U.S. Patents Quarterly, Second Series, from v. 1 USPQ2d No. 1, to the present, plus U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court decisions reported in v. 215 - 231 USPQ (First Series).
  • International Encyclopaedia of Laws : Intellectual Property Online
    IEL Intellectual Property Online provides an overview of intellectual property for understanding legislation and policy on the subject in different countries. Analyses and describes theory and practice in a large number of countries. Information is also provided on all major and important international conventions and on international bodies like the EU and WIPO/OMPI.
  • darts-ip
    Darts-IP is a tool for comparison and analysis of trademark and patent classifications across jurisdictions and under the terms of applicable international agreements. The database collects IP cases from 3 184 courts.Researchers may select a trademark or patent item or issue and assess similarity through linking to case law for the practice of a particular court or office. Several languages are available but not all materials are necessarily in English. Statistical analysis of harmonization or lack of same is possible for the rulings in these areas of intellectual property.