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Intellectual Property Law and Policy Volume 10

Editor(s): Hugh Hansen
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Published: 26-03-2008
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Edition: 1st
Extent: 893
ISBN: 9781847314154
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Fordham Intellectual Property Law and Policy Annual
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About Intellectual Property Law and Policy Volume 10

Hart Publishing is pleased to announce that it has recently become publisher of this prestigious and much valued work. The 15th Annual volume in the series collects the presentations and discussion from the Annual Fordham IP Conference. The contributions, by leading world experts, analyze the most pressing issues in copyright, trademark and patent law as seen from the perspectives of the USA, the EU, Asia and WIPO. This volume, in common with its predecessors, seeks to make a lasting contribution to discourse in IP law; few of the chapters are merely descriptive, and most raise questions of policy or discuss new developments.

Praise for the Fordham International Intellectual Property Conference:
"This must be one of the most enjoyable and thought-provoking conferences in the IP field. The high quality of the speakers is matched by the intense, audience-led debates and challenges which follow." Hugh Laddie, (formerly Mr. Justice Laddie) University College, London and consultant to Rouse & Co, Willoughby & Partners.

"Faculty for this conference are always well-known 'names' well respected leaders in their fields, speaking with a combination of candor and timeliness that is unrivaled by any other forum of its kind." The Honorable Marybeth Peters, Register of Copyrights, United States Copyright Office.

Table Of Contents

SESSION I: PLENARY SESSION
The Next Ten Years in Intellectual Property Law: What Should Happen? What Will Happen?
Part A: The Next Ten Years in WIPO and WTO
Part B: The Next Ten Years in Trademarks
Part C: The Next Ten Years in Copyright 29
Part D: The Next Ten Years in Patents
Part E: The Next Ten Years of IP Law in the U.S. Supreme Court
Part F: The Next Ten Years of IP Law in the European Court of Justice
SESSION II: COPYRIGHT
Unauthorized Use of Works on the Web: What Can Be Done? What Should Be Done?
Part A: Legality of Unauthorized Use
Part B: Non-Copyright Legal Solutions
Part C: Copyright Issues in Online Music
SESSION III: PATENT
Part A: Non-Obviousness and Inventive Step: A Comparative View
Part B: Extraterritoriality and Related Principles: To What Extent Have and Should National Courts Apply their Domestic Patent Laws and Policies to Activities in Other Countries?
Part C: Patentable Subject Matter: The Road Ahead for Software and Business Method Patents
SESSION IV: ANTITRUST/COMPETITION LAW & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
Part A: Standard Setting and Competition Issues
Part B: Refusals to License
Part C: Intellectual Property and Competition Policy on Parallel Trade
SESSION V: PATENT
Part A: Japanese IP Developments
Part B: EU Legislative and Related Developments
Part C: Courthouse Relationships: The Federal Circuit and the Supreme Court, The Court of Appeal and the House of Lords, Member State Courts and the Court of Justice
SESSION VI: HUMAN RIGHTS & INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
SESSION VII: TRADEMARK
Part A: Trademark Law Developments in the European Union
Part B: Third-Party Uses of Trademarks: Search Engines and Key Words
Part C: Dilution: A Review of Recent Developments
Part D: Functionality and Protection of Product Configuration Marks
SESSION VIII: COPYRIGHT
Part A: Canada, Australia and New Zealand
Part B: The Recasting of Copyright and Related Rights in the European Union - What Should the EU Do? What Will the EU Do?
Part C: WIPO Broadcasting Treaty and the Politics of Intellectual Property
Part D: Exclusive Rights v. Global Remuneration
Part E: Developments in the Copyright Office and Congress
SESSION IX: PATENT
Part A: A View From the Trenches
Part B: MedImmune: What Is a Case or Controversy Without Reasonable Apprehension? Implications for Licensors, Licensees and the Rest of Us
Part C: Patent Law Reform
SESSION X: COPYRIGHT
Part A: Intellectual Property Law and Design
Part B: The Three-Step Test: Is It Out of Step?
Part C: Copyright Law in the 21st Century: Some Empirical and Theoretical Considerations Concerning Fair Use, Tolerated Use, Indeterminate Protection, and Compulsory Licensing
SESSION XI: TRADEMARK
From Communication to Thing: When Were Trademarks First Conceptualized and Treated as Property. Does it Matter?
SESSION XII: TRADE
Part A: Thailand and Compulsory Licenses
Part B: Trade Policy in Intellectual Property: Policy, Priorities, and Emerging Issues
Part C: India, IP Developments and TRIPs
Part D: TRIPs and China: Should a Case be Brought? - Will it be Brought?
Appendix: The Next Ten Years in EU Copyright: Making Markets Work

Reviews

“...this book contains many first class articles that should be of interest to a considerable part of the intellectual property community.” –  David Rogers, European Intellectual Property Review, Vol 31, Issue 1

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