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Exhaustion without Exasperation: Intellectual Property, Parallel Imports and Border Measures

Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law: Spring Conference 2014: 15th March 2014

Pedro Malaquias

Abstract

On 15 March 2014, the Centre for Intellectual Property and Information Law held its Spring Conference devoted to ‘Exhaustion without Exasperation: Intellectual Property, Parallel Imports and Border Measures’. The event was chaired by Mr Justice Arnold and considered the current state of affairs on four main topics: to what objects does exhaustion apply; location and consent; the limits to exhaustion; and the hinterland between legal and illegal goods.

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