Information and study aids concerning copyright law. Searchable by keyword. Provided by Stanford University Libraries.
Links to a unique collection of intellectual property resources provided by the Franklin Pierce Law Center and others. Comprehensive. It is intended to offer "one stop shopping" for intellectual property professionals in academia, business and science, as well as for inventors and entrepreneurs.
A chart prepared by University of North Carolina law library director Laura Gasaway to help in making the determination whether a work remains copyright-protected in the US.
Includes annotated lists of university and non-university resources, primarily for the US and Canada.
Comprehensive coverage of copyright compliance decision-making, including estimating fair use, determining who possesses copyright of a work, copyright and digitization, library exemptions, the UT-System Rules of Thumb for electronic reserves, and online materials from UT System copyright presentations.
Large list of links to publications about trademarks, including links for lawyers. Information on state, federal, international, and internet marks, FAQs about copyrights.
An archive of papers on Intellectual Property, including some of the main legal documents and the criticisms of them. Annotated, with contributions by many notable authors, including Pamela Samuelson, and Arthur Levine.
More than half the listings treat intellectual property. Topics include patents, access to patented drugs, links to summaries and position papers, resources for intellectual property law (domestic and international), and select internet resources.
Documents and links from the Association of Research Libraries. Read about recent Federal laws regarding copyrights and trademarks.
Cited as 'the most linked to web resource in the field of law' and as the best starting place. Resource for law, including full-text Constitutional, U. S. Code, court opinions, and summaries. Searchable, with overviews provided for specific areas of intellectual property law.