Edited by Susy Frankel
Much of the debate around the parameters of intellectual property (IP) protection relates to differing views about what IP law is supposed to achieve. This book analyses the object and purpose of international intellectual property law, examining how international agreements have been interpreted in different jurisdictions and how this has led to diversity in IP regimes at a national level.
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- The Object and Purpose of Intellectual Property
- Chapter 1: From ‘Oomoo’ to ‘Oro’: nostalgia labels and cultural policy on the Australian trade marks register
- Chapter 2: A successful recalibration of patent law vis-à-vis Mātauranga Māori? A Case Study of Mānuka (Leptospermum scoparium)
- Chapter 3: A TWAIL-Constructivist critique of the IP and development divide in the age of innovation – has the protection of place based goods changed the narrative for the Caribbean?
- Chapter 4: New frameworks for the ownership and licensing of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources in Africa
- Chapter 5: Designing disclosure: disclosure of cultural and genetic resource utilisation in design protection regimes
- Chapter 6: Lost in communication: a few thoughts on the object and purpose of the EU design protection
- Chapter 7: Tobacco plain packaging, human rights and the object and purpose of international trade mark protection
- Chapter 8: Patents, supplementary protection certificates and data exclusivity at the service of pharmaceuticals
- Chapter 9: Developing policies that leverage research and innovation to retain socio-economic benefits – the strategic use of intellectual property
- Chapter 10: Patent invalidation and legal certainty
- Chapter 11: Intellectual property rights in a digital environment: an EU-widemapping of available legislative enforcement measures
- Chapter 12: Use and abuse of neighbouring rights and the growing need for a sound understanding: the case of online news protection in Europe
- Chapter 13: Making derivative works without authorisation and the interpretation of originality and creativity under Thailand’s copyright law
- Chapter 14: The collective management system of copyright and related rights in Europe: competitive aspects
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