|Country of origin||South Africa|
|Publication date||February 2017|
A Guide to Intellectual Property Law covers the most common forms of intellectual property law, namely copyright, trademarks, patents and the delict of unfair competition. The book closely follows the relevant legislation and contains explanations of the most important South African cases. The book also introduces the relatively new IP subjects of the internet, biodiversity and traditional knowledge and also includes a chapter on international IP law, in which the main treaties are summarised. Aimed particularly at students and young professionals, more senior lawyers should also find it useful as a consolidated quick reference handbook.