Author: Sum Lam
Butterworths Hong Kong Patent Law Handbook – Fourth Edition includes important, new patent cases decided between 2019 and 2022 by the English courts and the courts of other common law jurisdictions such as Australia.
Importantly, it also takes into account the Hong Kong Patents Examination Guidelines (PEG) published by the Hong Kong Intellectual Property Department in 2020. Although PEG is not binding, it is the most important and practical reference that patent attorneys actually rely on.
The fourth edition further incorporates patent examination guidelines (as well as important case law considered by the guidelines) published by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), Australia, Mainland China, New Zealand, Singapore and the United Kingdom.
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Authors: Ronald Yu
This book will be an invaluable source of information for businesses, legal advisers, media, broadcasting agencies, students, and anyone interested in the evolving role of IP and competitive advantage.
Author Douglas Clark
This work will be a go-to tool for practitioners, academics, students and others interested in Hong Kong intellectual property law and issues.
Authors: Lincoln Cheung, Kin Lau, Jason Kung
The Butterworths Hong Kong Copyright Law Handbook (Fifth Edition) reproduces the text of the Copyright Ordinance (Cap 528) as is currently in force, together with subsidiary legislation and details on all amendments and repeals.
Author: Stefan Lo
Butterworths Hong Kong Data Privacy Law Handbook (Second Edition) contains sectional annotations to the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap 486), discussing updates to case law, legislative developments, and historical notes in a easy-to-read and succinct format.
Authors: Dr Hans Mahncke, Hugh Kam, Douglas Kwok, Stephen Siu, Tracy Chu
Butterworths Hong Kong Media and Communications Law Handbook - Second Edition includes detailed coverage and analysis of various Ordinances relating to media and telecommunications in Hong Kong.
Author: Stephanie Wong
This handbook aims to make available in a convenient and up-to-date form the consolidated text of the Trade Marks Ordinance (Cap 559). This book provides section-by-section annotations covering significant judicial decisions, rules of court, definitions of words and phrases, discussions on practical aspects, contentious issues, and other authoritative materials.
Authors: Paul Stephenson, Alisa Kwan
Contributor: David Smith
Cyberlaw in Hong Kong is a comprehensive overview of the law in Hong Kong and is essential reading not only for lawyers but for anyone connected with the creation, storage and dissemination of material on the World Wide Web.