Dealing extensively with domain name dispute case law, rules and procedures, this book provides practical information for protecting trademarks against registration and use of abusive third-party domain names as well as defending UDRP complaints. Leading intellectual property lawyer Dan Bereskin presents an invaluable how-to guide for the effective execution of complaints concerning uniform domain names while considering responses to such complaints. The book also offers detailed advice on the evidence needed to support complaints and responses.
This book presents a detailed analysis of the different approaches and measures for implementing the requirements of UNESCO’s 2003 Convention on Safeguarding Intangible Cultural Heritage (the Convention) and a practical interpretation of that treaty, based on the experience of States’ Parties and other primary actors. The book considers the interests of multiple stakeholders and takes account of how the Convention interacts with other international law regimes pertaining to both human rights and sustainable development.
The Art Collecting Legal Handbook, now in its third edition, is a cross-border legal guide to the ever-changing maze of rules and regulations when acquiring, moving, and sharing works of art and antiquities.
Offering a novel and pragmatic perspective, this timely book critically examines the development of a culture of machinist regulation and questions whether this approach is appropriate in an era of rising biological technologies. Adopting an ontological approach, James Griffin considers how current regulatory frameworks favour digital technology and how this may change in the future.
With the rise of international trade and innovation, there has been an increase in cross border trade secret violations. Using common trade secret scenarios as a springboard for analysis, the book questions whether EU private international law rules can be interpreted to facilitate the objective of the EU Trade Secret Directive and in doing so provides a detailed examination of both regimes.
This comprehensive Research Handbook examines moral rights since their establishment in the 19th century and considers the roles they play in the 21st century in relation to the technological environment in which copyright exists. Drawing together rich perspectives on intellectual property law around the world, this Research Handbook provides new insights on the traditional issues of moral rights and analyses more recent challenges in copyright law, patent law, and trademark law.
This ground-breaking book demonstrates that states are not attentive enough to the
serious human rights implications of trade mark protection. Important rights to
freedom of expression, health, life, benefits from science and culture, privacy, a
fair trial and protection from discrimination and hate speech are often
This innovative book explores the complex interplay between intellectual property for
biotechnological innovations and human rights. Examining the clash between the drive
to incentivise innovations that can fulfil human needs and the desire to grant
global access to healthcare technologies, it presents thoughtful solutions to the
challenges of protecting the human rights of all parties impacted by
biotechnological patents and other relevant IP rights.
This comprehensive Research Handbook explores empirical legal studies of intellectual
property law. It covers research from four continents and offers unique conclusions
to aid in the creation and understanding of policies and legislation.
This perceptive book focuses on the interplay between the substantive provisions of
intellectual property (IP) rights and the rules of enforcement. Featuring
contributions from internationally recognised IP scholars, the book investigates
different methods of ensuring that IP contractual and enforcement practices support
the overall goals of the IP system.