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eBook Sum and Substance Audio on Intellectual Property ePub
Author: John Thomas
Language: English
ISBN: 0314264930
ISBN13: 978-0314264930
Publisher: West Academic Publishing; 1 edition (May 1, 2000)
Category: Intellectual Property
Subcategory: Law
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 336
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ePub file: 1820 kb
Fb2 file: 1907 kb

Convenient and effective Sum and Substance audio CD presents the essentials of intellectual property law in a clear, succinct, time-saving format

Convenient and effective Sum and Substance audio CD presents the essentials of intellectual property law in a clear, succinct, time-saving format. Includes Quick Reference Indexing, allowing you to quickly locate all topics in the recording, and informed exam tips to maximize performance. Audio CD. Published April 1st 2002 by West Group Publishing (first published January 1st 2002).

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. This convenient and effective audio lecture examines the conflict of laws in a clear, succinct, timesaving format. It includes informed exam tips to maximize your performance. Section titles discuss.

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This audio lecture brings an Evidence course to life simply and succinctly. Sum & Substance Audio Series allows you to assimilate the essentials of the course at your convenience - listen while working, commuting, exercising or just relaxing. The information and ideas you struggled with previously are now brought to life simply and succinctly by many of the most interesting and successful law professors teaching today. These audio lectures are time saving, convenient and effective.

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This audio lecture presents the essentials of intellectual property law in a clear, succinct, time-saving format. It includes informed exam tips to maximize performance.
Zan
Not bad. A little outdated but gets most of the basics. Copyright and Trademark sections pretty strong. The Law School Legends series CDs are better with more dynamic speakers but they have limited options. This covers several areas not found in that series (like trademark, trade secrets, and patents).
Nicearad
A great way to prepare for your exam! Relevant information in a concise format.
Peles
John THomas ( co-author of the superbe Schecter & Thomas - IP casebook/treatise ) has done an absolute masterful job on these CD's. One of the problems with an IP Overview course is that 1) the topic is vast & 2) it is usually presented in an illogical sequence ( for exam problem solving ). Here, Thomas presents the topics in a logical "problem analysis" flow. His discussions were incredibly succinct - like a laser. He encapsules 1 hour of classroom discussion - into mere minutes. Better, THomas's lectures track his book & he even uses the case squibs as discussion points & examples. He presents this material much like the old "Audio Text TOur" law series - which are now unfortunately out of print. I kicked ass on very challenging comprehensive 3 docrine final exam. I COULD NOT HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT THESE CDS!! I CANNOT RECOMMEND THESE CDS ENOUGH! - THANKS JOHN THOMAS !!!!
superstar
I have purchased dozens of books and CDs from Amazon, a few of which disappointed me, but none has ever motivated me to write a negative review... until now. This is the third Sum&Substance CD set I've purchased. I was thrilled with the first two, filled with informative and even gripping, eloquent prose by professors who knew their subject so well they could speak extemporaneously about it for hours. This one, however, is unlistenable.

John Thomas demonstrates the worst of what engineers have to offer the legal profession - stilted, awkward writing focused on form over substance. I say "writing" because that's all this is: a paper written by the author and read back by him in the most droning, labored, deadpan voice you can imagine, peppered with a few feigned "chuckles" in an attempt to sound impromptu. His contrived, unnatural speech, inexplicably devoid of contractions and rife with strained pronunciation (hey, John, it's pronounced "inVENtr", not "IN-VEN-TORE". What are you, Robbie the Robot?) really starts to grate on your ear after a while.

"Well, surely he can at least read his own writing well enough," you say? Au contraire. Because he's not actually listening to himself as he reads, he constantly stresses the wrong words in his sentences, forcing the listener to rewind and listen again to decipher his message. He even skips lines from the text he's reading, making some sentences completely non-sensical, although it doesn't seem to phase him a bit.

Beyond the clumsy prose, John completely misses all opportunities to enliven his discussion with juicy IP case law, starring household names and well-known products. He provides laundry list after laundry list of irrelevant or unimportant legal "factors" without elucidating the underlying public policy issues that are of true import (and more memorable). At one point, he gives a list of 12 relatively arbitrary "factors" for something. What am I supposed to do with that? Write them down on my steering wheel? (I mostly listen to these CDs while I'm driving, as do most people I suspect.) I can't say enough about how bad this CD set is. I'm just glad this guy isn't my professor.
Funky
The lecturer fails miserably at keeping the listener's attention. I can't believe the people at West who produce Sum & Substance did not provide guidance like "Rule 1: DO NOT READ A SCRIPT." If a Sum & Substance CD set is available for a class I am taking, I buy it. I've purchased all the 1L CDs and more. The lecturer occasionally misreads typos in his own script. Awful! LAME! If you buy these, just know that you are going to be listening to a robot recite a very exhaustive IP outline. You will have to work to learn from these CDs. This compilation is a D+/C- compared to the other works like the contract, crim-law, and Constitutional law CDs which are all very good.
WUNDERKIND
I've listened to about 10 audio CD's for law school courses. Either the speaker is absolutely dry as hell (to the point where the CD's should be outlawed in the car for risk of falling asleep at the wheel) or the material covered is extremely sparse, out of date, or outright wrong. This is one of the best. Covers the most important topics, is presented logically, he goes into some intersting cases. The best is that the CD's are very well indexed, so you can easily jump to a section. (Unlike other CD's which are one friggin track, so you have to listen to the whole CD straight through.)
Hǻrley Quinn
Good coverage of IP basics - good for listening to before & after studying. Would be better if there was an updated edition - this one came out in 2000 - especially since the America Invents Act was passed in Sept 2011. But gives a good foundation of essential principles and major cases.
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