Intellectual Property and Private International Law (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
880
Utgivningsdatum
2015-08-28
Förlag
Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd
Dimensioner
241 x 177 x 50 mm
Vikt
1614 g
ISBN
9781783471423
Intellectual Property and Private International Law (inbunden)

Intellectual Property and Private International Law

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This research review, made possible by the recent convergence of intellectual property and private international law as critical disciplines, explores the most important papers on these now linked subjects. More and more issues of private international law arise in the area of intellectual property, and the articles selected chart the route that both disciplines have covered together, discussing both bridges built and 'dead-ends' reached. Looking forward also to the future of the subject, Professor Paul Torremans' Intellectual Property and Private International Law will prove to be an essential research tool for all students, academics and practitioners working in this fast-developing area.
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Edited by Paul Torremans, Professor of Intellectual Property Law, School of Law, University of Nottingham, UK

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Contents: Introduction Paul Torremans PART I TERRITORIALITY 1. Sophie Neumann (2011), 'Intellectual Property Rights Infringements in European Private International Law: Meeting the Requirements of Territoriality and Private International Law', Journal of Private International Law, 7 (3), December, 583-600 2. Teruo Doi (2002), 'The Territoriality Principle of Patent Protection and Conflict of Laws: A Review of Japanese Court Decisions', Fordham International Law Journal, 26 (2), 377-95 PART II JURISDICTION: MOVING ON FROM THE TERRITORIAL STARTING POINT 3. Lydia Lundstedt (2001), 'Jurisdiction and the Principle of Territoriality in Intellectual Property Law: Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far in the Other Direction?', International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 32 (1), 124-141 4. Benedetta Ubertazzi (2011), 'Intellectual Property Rights and Exclusive (Subject Matter) Jurisdiction: Between Private and Public International Law', Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review, 15 (2), Summer, 357-448 5. Mario Franzosi (1997), 'Worldwide Patent Litigation and the Italian Torpedo', European Intellectual Property Review, 19 (7), July, 382-5 6. Paul Torremans (2011), 'The Sense or Nonsense of Subject Matter Jurisdiction Over Foreign Copyright', European Intellectual Property Review, 33 (6), 349-56 7. Paul L.C. Torremans (2011), 'Star Wars Rids Us of Subject-Matter Jurisdiction: The Supreme Court Does Not Like Kafka Either When It Comes to Copyright', European Intellectual Property Review, 33 (12), 813-7 8. Annette Kur (2006), 'A Farewell to Cross-Border Injunctions? The ECJ Decisions GAT v. LuK and Roche Nederland v. Primus and Goldenberg', International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 37 (7), 844-55 9. Mario Franzosi (2009), 'GAT and Roche - Idola Fori, Teatri, Specus: Regulation 864/2007 Makes Cross-Border Patent Litigation Possible', Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice, 4 (4), April, 247-55 10. Benedetta Ubertazzi (2009), 'Licence Agreements Relating to IP Rights and the EC Regulation on Jurisdiction', International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 40 (8), 912-39 11. Matthias Roessler (2007), 'The Court of Jurisdiction for Joint Parties in International Patent Disputes', International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 38 (4), 380-400 12. Christian Heinze (2011), 'Choice of Court Agreements, Coordination of Proceedings and Provisional Measures in the Reform of the Brussels I Regulation', Rabels Zeitschrift fur Auslandisches und Internationales Privatrecht, 75 (3), July, 581-618 13. Pedro A. de Miguel Asensio (2007), 'Cross-Border Adjudication of Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Between Jurisdictions', Annali Italiani del Diritto d'Autore, della Cultura e Dello Spettacolo, XVI, 105-54 PART III CHOICE OF LAW AND RELATED ISSUES 14. Anna Tydniouk (2004), 'From Itar-Tass to Films by Jove: The Conflict of Laws Revolution in International Copyright', Brooklyn Journal of International Law, 29 (2), 897-936 15. Paul Torremans and Carmen Otero Garcia Castrillon (2012), 'Reversionary Copyright: A Ghost of the Past or a Current Trap to Assignments of Copyright?', Intellectual Property Quarterly, 2, 77-93 16. Guido Westkamp (2006), 'Research Agreements and Joint Ownership of Intellectual Property Rights in Private International Law', International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 37 (6), 637-61 17. Paul Torremans (2010), 'Copyright: Which Law Applies? Some Thoughts on Issues of Authorship, (First) Ownership of Rights and Works Created by Employees', iMEE Media and Communications Law Review, 1, 6-12 18. Jane C. Ginsburg and Pierre Sirinelli (1991), 'Authors and Exploitations in International Private Law: The French Supreme Court and the Huston Film Colorization Controversy', Columbia-VLA Journal of Law and the Arts, 15, 135-59 19. Paul Torremans (2008