Perspectives from Intellectual Property, Labour, Competition and Corporate Law
Edited by Marilyn Pittard, Ann L. Monotti and John Duns
Business Innovation and the Law analyses the topical issue of protecting and promoting business research and development. It does so by examining business innovation through the lens of different legal disciplines – intellectual property, labour and employment laws, competition and corporate laws.
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- Business Innovation and the Law
- Chapter 1: Perspectives and themes
- Chapter 2: Failed collaboration: the misappropriation of business opportunities, ideas and advantages by prospective co-venturers, financiers and brokers
- Chapter 3: Innovation through the lens of intellectual property law: rights in employee inventions
- Chapter 4: Double or nothing: technology transfer under the Bayh-Dole Act
- Chapter 5: Establishing clear rights in academic employee inventions: lessons learnt from University of Western Australia v Gray
- Chapter 6: Professional and academic employee inventions: looking beyond the UK paradigm
- Chapter 7: EU perspectives on employees’ inventions
- Chapter 8: Innovation through the lens of labour and employment law
- Chapter 9: Resolving invention ownership disputes: limitations of the contract of employment
- Chapter 10: The innovative worker: genius, accidental inventor or thief?
- Chapter 11: Employees’ inventions and the employment contract: a European Union perspective
- Chapter 12: US employment law perspectives on the issue of who owns an employee’s invention
- Chapter 13: Taking the long view on competition and the mobile employee: lessons from the United States history of efforts to regulate employee innovation and the mobility of workplace knowledge
- Chapter 14: Innovation through the lens of competition law
- Chapter 15: Legal protection of business research and development: can it harm competition?
- Chapter 16: Business innovation and competition law: an Australian perspective
- Chapter 17: Perspectives from competition law
- Chapter 18: EU competition law, and research and development agreements
- Chapter 19: Devices at law to protect employers: a conspectus of approaches
- Chapter 20: Devices to restrain competition and protect discoveries and enforcement: workplace policies and confidentiality
- Chapter 21: Devices to restrain competition and protect discoveries and enforcement: confidentiality in the courts and Europe
- Chapter 22: Devices to restrain competition and protect confidential information in employment – practical and legal aspects: an Australian perspective
- Chapter 23: The law and policy of non-compete clauses in the United States and their implications
- Chapter 24: Innovation in public sector research
- Chapter 25: Technology transfer law, policies and practices at the U.S. National Institutes of Health
- Chapter 26: Licensing university intellectual property: ownership and management of intellectual property in the United Kingdom
- Chapter 27: Innovation through the lens of corporate governance
- Chapter 28: Institutions and innovation: is corporate governance the missing link?
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