- First and only research guide of its kind!
- New edition includes additional, extensive, and well-rounded treatises,
covering all applicable research resources
- Must-have guide for all academic law firms and business libraries dealing with trade secrets
- Ground-breaking model for a new generation of legal research books which guide the teaching and understanding of trade secrets law
About This Title
The topic of trade secrets is an area of law growing in importance to legal and business professionals. Perhaps one of the lesser understood areas of intellectual property, trade secrets can’t be found in any publicly available database. They aren’t registered like a copyright or trademark, or given a number like patents. They do not even have a date after which they can be used by the public. A trade secret remains just that–a secret–until it is published, leaked, or sold.
Due to such multidimensionality, this seemingly simple area can become complex to research. This guide seeks to aid professionals in discovering the relevant case decisions, laws, articles, and online materials necessary to understand the history and future of trade secrets law. The book also explores the unconventional topics of fact research, social media platforms, and evaluation of premium and open source tools.
This new edition is the only book on trade secret research tools and strategies, going beyond an annotated bibliography to cover all applicable research resources. Bringing together trade secret law, practice, and law school research and instruction, this innovative and entrepreneurial book is the first of its kind in the legal field.
About the Author
Jon Cavicchi is co-founder of the Intellectual Property Library at the Franklin Pierce School of Law at the University of New Hampshire, the only academic Intellectual Property Library in the United States. Cavicchi has served as a research professor and Intellectual Property Librarian for 25 years, and currently teaches courses on IP legal and fact research, as well as patent informatics and informetrics. He received his B.A. from Stonehill College and his J.D. and LL.M. (IP) degrees from the Franklin Pierce School of Law. In addition, Cavicchi holds an honorary Ph.D. from IIS University in Information Science. Prior to joining UNH, he practiced law in San Francisco and the Boston area. Along with Trade Secrets, he has written numerous law review articles on IP research tools and strategies, as well as the reference book Intellectual Property: A Global Directory of Acronyms and Abbreviations (William S. Hein & Co.). As a senior faculty member, Cavicchi also coordinates the Visiting Scholars Program, directs the Patent Trademark Resource Center (PTRC), and is the faculty advisor for IDEA: The Intellectual Property Law Review.
Trade Secrets: A Legal Research Guide, 2nd ed.
Legal Research Guides, volume 77
Item #: 72492
Pages: xxxiv, 128p.
1 Volume, perfect bound…….$85.00
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 2019