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Forgotten Intellectual Property Lore

Creativity, Entrepreneurship and Intellectual Property

Edited by Shubha Ghosh

This innovative book explores forgotten disputes over intellectual property and the ways in which creative people and sovereigns have managed these disputes throughout the centuries. With a focus on reform, it raises important questions about the resilience of legal rules and challenges the methodology behind traditional legal analyses. Focusing on lore and traditions, expert contributors incorporate contextual understandings that are rooted in history, sociology, political science, and literary studies into their analyses.
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Copyright and Fundamental Rights in the Digital Age

A Comparative Analysis in Search of a Common Constitutional Ground

Edited by Oreste Pollicino, Giovanni M. Riccio and Marco Bassini

This timely and thought-provoking book explores how the protection of copyright in the digital age requires a reconsideration of how this is balanced with other fundamental rights and freedoms. Analysing the impact of the rise of digital technologies and the internet on copyright regimes, it particularly focuses on the effects of recent reforms to the EU’s legal framework for the protection and enforcement of copyright.
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Oreste Pollicino, Giovanni Maria Riccio and Marco Bassini

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Edited by Jelena Madir

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HEALTHTECH

Law and Regulation

JELENA MADIR

This comprehensive book provides a detailed survey and practical examination of a wide range of legal and regulatory topics in HealthTech. Key features include: • Analysis of the impact of emerging innovations on the accessibility, efficiency and quality of healthcare and its effects on healthcare providers • Examination of artificial intelligence, blockchain and digital identity applications in healthcare, alongside associated regulatory challenges • Guidance on the financial requirements of healthcare start-ups at different stages of growth and various collaboration and partnership models in the HealthTech market • Discussion of the major regulatory questions affecting the HealthTech industry, from data protection, public procurement and product liability, to the regulation of medical devices, intellectual property and advertising.
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Edited by Jelena Madir

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Spyros Droukopoulos, Barbara Veronese and Stefan Witte

Private damage claims that follow after a competition authority's infringement decision require an accurate estimation of the harm caused, in order to avoid under- or over-compensation. The right method for valuation of damage will depend on the specifics of a particular case, and will need to balance the need to allow for a sufficient level of detail, while remaining tractable and practical for the case overall. Regression analysis is often the method that best balances these competing objectives. This article discusses the increasing use of regression analysis in follow-on damage claims in Europe. It outlines possible reasons why this widespread application of regression analysis is not yet extensively reflected in final judgments by national courts, and considers how this may change in the future. It concludes that the regression analysis is here to stay.