This work addresses the right to compete, deceptive marketing, the law of trademarks, and related concepts of intangible property and correlative rights. The term "unfair competition" now describes an array of legal actions addressing methods of competition that improperly interfere with the legitimate commercial interests of other sellers in the marketplace. This Restatement clarifies both the common law principles and the related statutory rules that collectively comprise the modern law of unfair competition.
Robert C. Denicola, University of Nebraska College of Law
Harvey S. Perlman, University of Nebraska College of Law [from 1989]
This Restatement treats the common law principles and analogous statutory rules that collectively comprise the law of unfair competition.
Restatement of the Law Third, Unfair Competition
Hardbound | 5473 | 1995 | 683 pages | $85.00 | Order
Summary of Contents
1. The Freedom to Compete
2. Deceptive Marketing
3. The Law of Trademarks
4. Appropriation of Trade Values
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes
Table of Cross-References to Digest System Key Numbers and ALR Annotations
Parallel Table-Restatements of Torts and Unfair Competition
In the Institute’s Restatement tradition, this authoritative volume combines clear black-letter provisions with extensive explanatory Comments, clarifying Illustrations, and detailed Reporter’s Notes.
The Restatement will be supplemented by an Annual Pocket Part.
ISBN – 0-314-04251-2
This Cumulative Annual Pocket Part contains all citations, through June 2021, to the Restatement of the Law Third, Unfair Competition (1995). It also contains citations, for the period from July 1987 through June 2021, to §§ 708–761 of the original Restatement of Torts. These sections, dealing with unfair competition, were omitted from the Restatement of the Law Second, Torts 2d. Citations to the original Restatement of Torts appear ﬁrst, followed by citations to the Restatement of the Law Third, Unfair Competition. Earlier citations to §§ 708–761 of the original Restatement of Torts will be found in the two Torts 2d Appendix Volumes covering §§ 708–840E through 1977 and through June 1987.
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