Intellectual Property and Private International Law

Intellectual Property and Private International Law

Elgar Research Reviews in Law

Paul Torremans

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 discussed chart the route that both disciplines have covered together, discussing both bridges built and ‘dead-ends’ reached.

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Paul Torremans

Subjects: law - academic, intellectual property law, private international law

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 discussed chart the route that both disciplines have covered together, discussing both bridges built and ‘dead-ends’ reached.

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