Latest received: 2018 Supplement.
By Hammond, Herbert J.
3rd ed. c2015.
This second edition of the volume examines basic principles of Texas law regarding trade secrets, trademark infringement, unfair competition, misappropriation, copyright, false advertising, and restrictive covenants. The relationship between Federal law, Texas common law, and the Texas Trademark Act is given special attention. The topics of creation of trademarks, registration, infringement of trademark rights, remedies and defenses to trademark infringement and unfair competition claims are covered in detail, as well as an examination of the Anti-Cybersquatting Consumer Protection Act.
ABA Section of Antitrust Law.
Third edition. .
Per the publisher, this new edition “revises, updates, and greatly expands the second edition to serve as a practical guide to the substantive and procedural issues that arise at the intersection of antitrust, business tort and unfair competition law.” The first half of the book examines substantive concepts such as the evolving role of business torts in antitrust litigation. The second half of the book is procedural, covering issues like jurisdiction, removal, and remand.
Intellectual property and unfair competition in a nutshell
By McManis, Charles R.
4th ed. 2000.
This nutshell provides an introduction to unfair competition and intellectual property. Specific topics covered include interference with contractual relations, misidentification, product substitution, appropriation of intangible business assets, and injurious promotional and pricing.
By McCarthy, J. Thomas.
Fifth edition. 2017-.
This seven volume set is an authoritative treatise on trademarks and unfair competition. In his preface, McCarthy states that "over 3000 judicial decisions have cited and relied upon this treatise." This comprehensive treatment of trademarks includes information generic terms, secondary meanings, trademark infringement, international aspects of trademark law, and legal defense for trademark infringement cases.