These are the notes I used to study for the Intellectual Property exam in 2012.
Note that the notes do not include any information regarding patents: I chose not to engage with that area in the final exam. The notes instead comprehensively cover the following:
-Whether a work is capable of attracting copyright
--Directories/databases, compilations of bare facts
-Whether Copyright in fact exists in the work
-Ownership of Copyright
-Defences to claims of copyright infringement
--Breach of confidence
-Requirements for registration
-Revocation of registration
-Defences to claims of trade mark infringement
The tort of passing off
Misleading and deceptive conduct
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