New Titles in IP Include the “Green” John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law

Cutting-edge issues in IP law as well as foundational work that merits ready availability will both find a home in the IP Law Series.  And Quid Pro has now digitally published its first, bringing the Green Movement to the IP Series in cooperation with a leading student-edited law journal on IP law.  The John Marshall Review of Intellectual Property Law (RIPL) has added its Special 2010 Green Issue to the Series, offering, through Quid Pro Law Books, The Intersection of Intellectual Property Law and the “Green” Movement.

AVAILABLE IN LEADING DIGITAL FORMATS:

At the Kindle store for Amazon Kindle and its free apps. {And in the UK, find it and all our titles at the Amazon UK store here.}

At Sony ebookstore for the Sony Reader.

At Barnes & Noble for Nook.

At Google eBooks and at Google Play, for Nexus and the Play app.

And look for it on Apple iPad and iPhone as a direct download in iTunes or iBooks.

Also readable on these and other devices through Smashwords downloads of ePub or by using a Kindle or Nook app: for example,  instant download on Smashwords in multiple formats, including ePub (for Apple and Kobo readers), Javascript, Sony, simple rtf, and active PDF (footnotes and even cross references between notes all work with a click).

Special symposium by leading scholars and lawyers on intellectual property law, including patents and trademarks.  The new Green Issue presents cutting-edge articles on the emerging “green” movement in environmental law and its promotion through IP law.  Topics include encouraging biodiversity, HIPPO, green labeling and fake marketing, greenwashing, miscalculation of long-term costs, and patenting environmental tech.

Published in the 2010 Kindle edition:
ISBN-10:  161027007X
ISBN-13:  9781610270076

And ePUB  and MULTIPLE DIGITAL formats:
ISBN-10:  1610270088
ISBN-13:  9781610270083

As a Google eBook:
ISBN: 9781610279734