IP Virtual Library
Wolters Kluwer Law & Business has a vast array of Intellectual Property Law content, covering patents, copyrights, trademarks, licensing and technology law. Some of this Wolters Kluwer content covers general intellectual property law, while other content covers very specific types of law, such as software patents.
The IP Virtual Library allows customers to choose the content that fits the type of intellectual property law they do. For example, a firm may only do patent prosecution work. This firm can choose to purchase our patent titles, such as Bob Kahrl’s Patent Claim Construction or Greg Stobbs’ Business Method Patents, or they can purchase the patent titles and more general intellectual property titles such as Epstein on Intellectual Property .
A large firm, on the other hand, may do a wide variety of intellectual property law and need all of the products within the IP Virtual Library . Instead of Wolters Kluwer determining the content of the “library,” the customers can choose the content they want, making it easy for them to migrate their print content to IntelliConnect or expand their content by adding titles online.
- Intellectual Property Litigators: As authority to cite in briefs; as a starting point for research; as a way to find additional cases; to find forms
- Intellectual Property Attorneys who file Trademark or Patent Applications : To get a general understanding of issues; to understand the process of trademark filing or trademark trial and appeal board practice or patent prosecution.
- Licensing Attorneys: Find sample license agreements, find average licensing royalty rates; understand legal issues that may invalidate your license agreement
- Corporate Counsel: Find sample forms; validate research done by outside counsel
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