The purpose of this research guide is not to answer the question "What remedies are available to an owner of computer related technology whose rights have been infringed?" but to provide a methodology by which a legal practitioner can find the answer to this question. This guide sets forth materials and methods of research that can be used for an inquiry that is broad in scope, such as researching which legal scheme's remedial component best suits a client's technology, but that are also capable of being used for a narrow or limited inquiry, such as looking for specific remedies available in litigation to enforce a client's rights. The guide points to many useful materials that practitioners in the field of intellectual property will find very helpful. The article will prove to be an invaluable resource to those doing research in the area of intellectual property for the first time, and to those law office librarians who are looking to gather intellectual property resources for attorneys conducting such research.
Daniel N. Kassabian,
Researching Remedies in Intellectual Property Actions Involving Computer Technology: A Research Guide,
Mich. Telecomm. & Tech. L. Rev.
Available at: http://repository.law.umich.edu/mttlr/vol9/iss1/3