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Confusion over the TrafFix Functionality Standard and the Value of Copying
Library/File Location EMERGE/7082EC
MATBEN/7082EC
Source Selection Location /Area of Law - By Topic/Trademark Law/Emerging Issues
Coverage

The most current data available.

Frequency of Update As received from the publisher
Online
Availability
Updated regularly - Atypical update schedule/as received from the publisher
Publisher Matthew Bender & Company, Inc.
Data Format Full-text
Description

An authoritative analysis of important cases, codes, statutes, rulings, emerging issues or legal topics is available now - through LexisNexis Emerging Issues Analysis. The brain trust of LexisNexis authors - thousands of recognized authorities who develop the respected Matthew BenderĀ® and Mealey's treatises and articles - produce this highly specific content. Each commentary covers an important case, code, statute, ruling or emerging issue such as subprime, nanotechnology, or climate change. More current and concentrated than treatises and more analytical than news, Emerging Issues Analysis bridges the information gap between the two, providing quick expert analysis of current developments in law.

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Regions of Coverage /Region of Coverage/United States
/Region of Coverage/North America/United States
Publication Type /Source Type/Treatises & Analytical Material
Legal /Legal/Intellectual Property Law
Industry /Industry/Legal
Premier Date November 05, 2013


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