The Handbook of European Intellectual Property Management: Developing, Managing and Protecting Your Company's Intellectual Property
Kogan Page, 30 sept. 2009 - 480 pages
When managed well, intellectual property puts enterprises in a position to lock in advantages and command premiums. But in Europe, the process of commercializing IP remains fraught with difficulties. Although there has been significant progress in developing a unified system, there are major differences in the application and interpretation of IP rights in each national jurisdiction.