3 edition of EU intellectual property law and policy found in the catalog.
EU intellectual property law and policy
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||European Union intellectual property law and policy|
|Series||Elgar European law, Elgar European law|
|LC Classifications||KJE2636 .S48 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||l, 431 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||431|
|LC Control Number||2008943825|
Trade and intellectual property in a nutshell. IPRs support creativity and innovation. The EU needs to protect these intangible assets for growth and competitiveness. Enforcing these rights within the EU and abroad affects EU growth and jobs. When European ideas, brands and products are pirated and counterfeited, EU jobs are affected. This important new book offers a unique perspective on intellectual property law unrivalled among intellectual property textbooks available today. Beyond providing a thorough and up-to-date account of intellectual property law, the text examines the complex policies that inform and guidemodern IP law at the domestic (including Scottish), European and international levels, 5/5(1).
Generally speaking, intellectual property law aims at safeguarding creators and other producers of intellectual goods and services by granting them certain time-limited rights to control the use made of those productions. Intellectual property rights (IPR) protect a firm's intangible assets, allowing enterprises to profit from their creative and broadly innovative activities. Intangible assets account for more than half the value of companies and their importance is growing. In a world where EU companies compete more on innovation, creativity and quality than on.
Gregory Letterman, in his book Basics of International Intellectual Property Law, has wis e- ly chosen not to provide an all-inclusive look at this complex, and rapidly expanding, field of. In addition to our books we also publish a range of journals and case reports such as Fleet Street Reports and European Trade Mark Reports, both of which are updated 12 times a year with key decisions in the UK and Europe, and European Intellectual Property Review – one of the most popular IP journals for articles, opinions and reviews.
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Jonathan D. Turner is a barrister based in London specialising in intellectual property and EU competition law. He has Masters Degrees in Law from Cambridge University and in European Law from the Universite Libre de Bruxelles.
He also studied electronics and computer science at Queen Mary College, by: 6. This detailed book is designed for all courses on European intellectual property, whether basic or advanced, as well as for practitioners looking for a comprehensive and concise overview on the structure and content of European IP law.
Contents: 1. IP, IPRs and the International Context 2. IP in the European Legal Framework 3. Patents 4 /5(2). European Intellectual Property Law offers a full account of the main areas of substantive European IP law and a discussion of their wider context and amount and reach of European law, and decision-making in the field of intellectual property has grown exponentially since the s, making it increasingly difficult to treat European law as an adjunct to domestic intellectual property regimes.
For example, within the TRIPS (Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) framework, the EU has contributed constructively to discussions regarding the patenting of biological resources, which is a matter of serious concern to countries that are the source of such : Catherine Seville.
Intellectual property (IP) is a crucial contributor to economic growth and competitiveness within the EU. This book offers a compact and accessible account of EU intellectual property law and policy, covering copyright, patents, designs, trademarks and the enforcement of rights.
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You do not have access to this content EU Intellectual Property Law and Policy. Elgar European Law series. The book is intended to elucidate the framework within which the national intellectual property laws of member states operate.
It is thus not tied to any particular national law, although reference is made to national cases where this helps to develop points of interest relevant to the situation within the EU.
Intellectual property (IP) is a crucial contributor to economic growth and competitiveness within the EU. This book offers a compact and accessible account of EU intellectual property law and policy, covering copyright, patents, designs, trademarks and the enforcement of ed on: Ma Silke von Lewinski is head of the department specializing in international and European copyright law at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Munich.
She has acted as a consultant to the European Commission on several occasions, and at the WIPO Diplomatic Conferencewhere she was a member of the delegation of the European by: Intellectual property remains not just economically significant, but also of daily importance to most businesses and individuals.
The digital age brings many opportunities, but also presents continuing challenges to IP law, and the EU’s programme of Author: Catherine Seville. A significant part of this book deals with those aspects of Community law that are common to most intellectual property rights across the EC, including the effect of the EC treaty on national intellectual property rights, limited harmonisation of those rights in some areas, and how EU law impacts on enforcement.
EU Intellectual Property Law, explores the European Union law affects on the law of intellectual property in two main ways.
The first is under EC Treaty provisions on non-discrimination, free movement of goods (in relation to parallel imports) and principles of competition law (in relation to licensing of IPRs or refusal to grant such licenses). EPIP stands for European Policy for Intellectual Property.
It is an international, independent, interdisciplinary, non-profit association of researchers that grew out of a network financed by the European Commission from to Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, - Law - pages 0 Reviews 'This clearly-written and comprehensive text, by two leading scholars of European intellectual property law, is extremely adaptable.
Contemporary Intellectual Property: Law and Policy offers a unique perspective on intellectual property law. It goes beyond an up-to-date account of the law and examines the complex policies that inform and guide modern intellectual property law at the domestic (including Scottish), European and international levels, giving the reader a true insight into the discipline /5(3).
European Intellectual Property Law offers a full account of the main areas of substantive European IP law and a discussion of their wider context and effect. The amount and reach of European law, and decision-making in the field of intellectual property has grown exponentially since the 's.
Contemporary Intellectual Property: Law and Policy offers a unique perspective on intellectual property law, unrivalled amongst IP textbooks available providing an up-to-date account of intellectual property law, the text examines the complex policies that inform and guide modern IP law at the domestic (including Scottish), European and international levels, /5(2).
The focus is on contemporary challenges to intellectual property law and policy and the reader is encouraged to engage critically both with the text and the subject matter.
Carefully developed to ensure that the complexities of the subject are addressed in. Bently and Sherman's Intellectual Property Law is the definitive textbook on intellectual property law. The book's all-embracing approach not only clearly sets out the law in relation to copyright, patents, trade marks, passing off and confidentiality, it also takes account of a wide range of academic opinion enabling readers to explore and Cited by: Contemporary Intellectual Property: Law and Policy offers a unique perspective on intellectual property law.
It goes beyond an up-to-date account of the law and examines the complex policies that inform and guide modern intellectual property law at the domestic (including Scottish), European and international levels, giving the reader a true insight into the discipline 5/5.
to prepare the WIPO Casebook on the enforcement of intellectual property rights; the first edition focusing on common-law jurisdictions, the second covering both common-law and civil-law jurisdictions, and the third updating the court decisions and creating a chapter on criminal enforcement of IP. The Casebook proved to be popular and an excellent.Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights Through Border Measures – Law and Practice in the EU, edited by Olivier Vrins and Marius Schneider, is a very practical contribution to the concerted fight against counterfeiting and piracy.
The book provides a detailed, structured analysis of the border measures currently in place in each of the This volume provides an in-depth analysis of the relationship between intellectual property rights (including patents, trade marks, copyright, and designs) and the law of the European Union.
It examines the conflict between intellectual property rights (exclusive rights limited normally to the territory of a single Member State) and the principle of free movement of goods and services in .