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  • MICHAŁ DU VALL - PRAWO PATENTOWE
2. Wydanie pod redakcją naukową Elżbiety Traple
Z początkiem lipca, nakładem wydawnictwa Wolters Kluwer Polska, ukaże się drugie wydanie Prawo Patentowe Michała du Vall.
Pierwsze wydanie Prawa Patentowego du Valla zostało wydane w 2008 roku. Po prawie 10 latach zespół pod redakcją naukową prof. Elżbiety Traple przygotował drugie wydanie tego ważnego i cenionego przez praktyków opracowania.
Opracowanie zaktualizowane i znacznie poszerzone, dostarcza obszerną wiedzę na temat złożonych instytucji prawa patentowego. Od czasu pierwszego wydania publikacji wprowadzono sporo istotnych zmian legislacyjnych, zapadło również wiele istotnych wyroków sądowych.
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