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International Encyclopaedia of Laws - Jamaica: Intellectual Property

The International Encyclopaedia of Laws (IEL) is a unique library series of loose-leaf publications on national and international laws presented and reviewed by acknowledged experts. Composed of 25 distinct reference works, and regrouping more than 1200 prominent authors of various legal expertise, the IEL provides practical information and valuable insight into both national and international legal frameworks.

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“JAMAICA: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY” is a 328 page monograph written by Dianne Daley and published by IEL. It has a historical background on Jamaica’s geography and political and legal system as well as on the legal framework for intellectual property protection which are covered in the Introduction. The in-depth analysis of the local intellectual property laws is covered in 7 Chapters as follows:

  • Chapter 1 – Copyright and Neighbouring Rights
  • Chapter 2 – Patents
  • Chapter 3 – Trademarks
  • Chapter 4 – Geographical Indications and Trade Names
  • Chapter 5 – Industrial Designs
  • Chapter 6 – Layout Designs: Integrated Circuits
  • Chapter 7 – Trade Secrets/Confidential Information

The monograph is complete with a detailed Table of Contents and an Index. The Jamaica Monograph is the first published treatise on the current intellectual property regime in Jamaica.

JAMAICA: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY is available by order through the Foga Daley. On line versions of the Monograph are available for purchase through the IEL website www.IELaws.com. For subscription information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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