Posted: March 26th, 2014
Oxford University Press and Foley & Lardner LLP announce the publication of “Intellectual Property Law of Plants"." The book aims to provide a practical analysis on the creation and implementation of specialized, plant-specific intellectual property.
The blurb: 'Co-written by an expert team of academics and practitioners, including Foley partner Richard Peet as well as Herbert Jervis and Mark Janis, this book examines plant and plant biotechnology innovation and law from a global perspective. Specifically, it compares plant intellectual property law in the United States and other jurisdictions.'
More information may be found here.