ABAReviewLast week’s book review was on the Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments: 2006-2008, by the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Intellectual Property Law. This week, we’re giving you a chance to get your own copy for free (reg. price: $149.95).

Through various circumstances (yes, my fault), the ABA Section sent me two copies of the Annual Review.  I offered to return my extra copy but the ABA Section told to pass along to someone in need.  Now, I’m giving everyone a shot at picking up their own copy.

For everyone to have an equal chance, my secretary will randomly select a winner from everyone who submits a new comment on the PatentBaristas.com website.  One entry per person — multiple comments will not increase your chances.  Comment spammers will be disqualified.  Entries must be submitted by midnight on Monday, July 6th, 2009, and must state a compelling reason why you should receive your own copy of the Annual Review.

There are a few, uh, provisos. Ah, a couple of quid pro quo.

We reserve the right to disqualify any entry that looks like it isn’t legitimate. The winner will be contacted at the email address entered or available on their website. Failure to respond within 5 days will result in the prize being given to someone else.  The winner must live somewhere that we can ship directly using standard shipping.

Otherwise, all of the previous iBarista iPod Giveaway Terms and Conditions still apply.  You don’t even have to vote Patent Baristas as Top IP blog.

That’s it.

Good luck.

The Annual Review of Intellectual Property Law Developments: 2006-2008 is also available in hardback from the American Bar Association and in soft cover by pre-order on Amazon.

Today’s review is by Guest Barista Steven J. Goldstein, Vice Chair for Intellectual Property at Frost Brown Todd LLC and Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Cincinnati.

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