Discount on IPKat Book of the Year Award winning titles!

Edward Elgar have kindly offered a 35% discount on their titles that were voted IPKat Book of the Year Award Winners! They said:
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"We are delighted to see 3 of our titles recognised in the IPKat best books of 2018 awards. To celebrate winning the Best Patent Book, Best Copyright Book and Best Intellectual Property Book, we're offering 35% off each of the award-winning titles using the discount code IPKT35 when ordering on our website.*
To take advantage of the discount offer, go to the Edward Elgar website and add the book(s) to your basket, then click on 'your basket' and enter IPKT35 in the discount code box before checkout.
Alternatively email and quote the discount code IPKT35 with their payment details and we can process it for them."

The IPKat Best Intellectual Property Book 2018
Edited by Christophe GeigerCraig Allen Nard 
and Xavier Seuba
‘There are many publications on substantive and procedural law in IP litigation. But it was impossible to find a book that addresses the role of the judiciary in IP like this one does. It provides unique insights into the matter from a variety of angles. It brings together editors and authors from the bench, the bar and academia coming from all over Europe, the US and Japan. This book is a must-have for everyone who has an interest in international IP litigation.’
– Klaus Grabinski, Justice, Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof), Germany
The IPKat Best Copyright Book 2018
Caterina Sganga
‘A lot has been written about the harmonisation of EU copyright law, but this study offers a fundamental analysis by going back to the concept of the propertization of copyright. The current EU framework turns out to be inconsistent and based on hybrid narratives. Through a comparative analysis of national copyright regimes a proper constitutional propertization is proposed, with a key role for the social function doctrine. This study is a vital contribution to the understanding of copyright law.’
– Paul Torremans, The University of Nottingham, UK
The IPKat Best Patent Book 2018
Edited by Jorge L. Contreras and Meredith Jacob
'A must-read for anyone involved in technology development and standardization. The authors analyze the complexity of patent pledges in a clear and concise manner. Moreover, even though the book is addressed to practitioners in the field of IP licensing, litigation, technology development, and standardization, the way in which the content is addressed makes the book useful as well for scholars in various fields.'
– IPkat blog
Discount on IPKat Book of the Year Award winning titles! Discount on IPKat Book of the Year Award winning titles! Reviewed by Hayleigh Bosher on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 Rating: 5

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