Software and Patents in Europe
Software and Patents in Europe is a book by Philip Leith of Queen's University of Belfast. It was published in 2007 by Cambridge University Press as part of their Intellectual Property and Information Law series.
Little is known about this book.
 Useful arguments
It's not known if this book helps argue the case against software patents or not.
 Excerpts available online
Of this book's 212 pages, a random 100 are viewable in a very restricted way via Google Books:
 Related pages on en.swpat.org
- The book's homepage on the publisher's site
- An article by the author somewhat summarising the book (or the text version)
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