Sorry, the book that you are looking for is not available right now.
We did a search for other books with a similar title, and found some results for you that may be helpful.
The fourth edition of this seminal work, offered in both online and book formats, examines the significant changes in trade mark law in the years since the last book edition, both in the context of domestic and international developments. The ideal starting point for every trade marks matter, it considers, discusses and analyses changes brought about by legislation and resulting case law, as well as the ongoing impact of international obligations. It also explores developments in the law of passing off and its legislative equivalents. Written by Dan Shanahan, an experienced patent attorney with the IP firm Spruson and Ferguson, this book has maintained its unique combination of practitioner focus with deeper analysis of the law. Spruson and Ferguson Principals Annette Freeman and Tracey Berger co-author this edition with Professor Mark Davison who specialises in trade marks and e-commerce. Availability in book format is ideal for an area of law whose underlying principles remain fairly constant, but with steady case law and legislative developments. For guaranteed currency of legislation and case law, SHANAHAN'S AUSTRALIAN LAW OF TRADE MARKS AND PASSING OFF ONLINE compliments the book format and features the annotated Trade Marks Act 1995.
Number Of Pages: 764
Published: 28th October 2008
Country of Publication: AU
Edition Number: 4