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The Resource Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century : Reflecting Policy Through Change

Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century : Reflecting Policy Through Change

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Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century : Reflecting Policy Through Change
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Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century
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Global Governance of Intellectual Property in the 21st Century : Reflecting Policy Through Change
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  • Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Brief Information on Contributors -- Abbreviations -- The Changing Face of Intellectual Property: Global Forces and Compliance -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Harmonisation and Differentiation -- 3 The Future -- References -- Prior Art Defence in the Chinese Patent System -- 1 A Case and Disputes Related -- 1.1 A Case -- 1.2 Disputes on Prior Art Defence -- 2 Introduction of China Prior Art Defence -- 3 Prior Art Defence in Other Countries -- 3.1 Prior Art Defence in US -- 3.2 Prior Art Defence in Japan -- 4 Complicated Situation in China -- 4.1 The Real Issues: Behind the Veneer -- 4.2 The Supreme Peoplés Court́s Way to Apply Prior Art Defence -- 4.3 Which Opinion Is More Justified? -- 4.4 Transformation of the Beijing High Peoplés Court́s Attitude -- 4.5 What Prior Art Defence Is Like Currently in China -- 5 The Future of the Prior Art Defence in China -- 5.1 Vital Criticisms -- 5.1.1 S̀̀hadow Tacticś ́Distorting the Law -- 5.1.2 Distrust of Judges in Local Courts -- 5.1.3 Doubt About the Real Effect of The Defence -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Bio-Patent Pooling and Policy on Health Innovation for Access to Medicines and Health Technologies that Treat HIV/AIDS: A Need... -- 1 Introduction -- 2 MPP: The Business Model -- 3 The Indian Patent Law, Policy and the Healthcare System -- 4 Gilead Sciences/MPP Licence: Incongruencyof Applicable Law and the Licensing Strategy -- 4.1 Gilead Sciences/MPP/Licensee Agreements and the Applicable Law -- 4.1.1 Gilead Sciences and MPP Licensing in the Indian Context: A Legal Analysis -- 4.2 Possible Strategy for Meeting of the Minds -- 5 Open Patent Prosecution in India: The Solution Based Approach -- References -- Patent Exhaustion on Trial in the United States -- 1 The History of Patent Exhaustion -- 2 Patent Exhaustion, Conditional Sales and Global Sales
  • 3 A Comparison with International Copyright Exhaustion Doctrine -- 4 Aronson v. Quick Point and the Preemption Issue -- 5 Licensing and Contracts -- Code, Autonomous Concepts and Procedure: Stepping Stones for European Law? -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Quick Background on EU and Its Court of Justice -- 3 IP Laws in the EU -- 4 Proposition 1: Judicial Development of IP Law at Work in the EU -- 4.1 Criticism of Àutonomous Conceptś -- 4.2 Private C̀odé as Raw Material for the Generation of Autonomous Concepts? -- 5 Proposition 2: Procedure Drives Substantive Legal Development -- 5.1 Patents Predictions -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- The Harmonisation of EU Copyright Law: The Originality Standard -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 The International Landscape -- 2 The European Acquis Communautaire -- 2.1 The Vertically Harmonised Standard of Originality in EU Copyright Law -- 2.1.1 Software -- 2.1.2 Photographs -- 2.1.3 Databases -- 3 The ECJ and the H̀̀orizontaĺ ́Expansion of the Originality Standard -- 3.1 Flos v. Semeraro [2011]: Towards a Judicially Mandated (Perfect) Cumulation of Protection? -- 4 The Effects of À̀uthoŕs Own Intellectual Creatioń ́on Member State Domestic Laws -- 5 Final Observations and Future Perspectives -- References -- International Copyright: Marrakesh and the Future of Userś Rights Exceptions -- 1 Introduction -- 2 What, If Anything, Has, in the Past, Characterised a H̀̀istoric Shift́́ in International Copyright? -- 2.1 Changes in the Locus for International Copyright Activity -- 2.2 Changes in the Content of International Copyright Agreements -- 2.2.1 Reflecting Technological Developments- -- 3 The Unique Introduction of a New System of Rights Into Berne: The Moral Rights -- 4 Can Marrakesh Represent an(Other) Historic Shift? -- 5 Is Marrakesh Signaling International Focus on Userś Rights in Copyright?
  • 5.1 Effect of the T̀̀hree Step Test́́ -- 5.2 Fate of Other Users Seeking International Recognition of Rights in Copyright -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Moments of Flux in Intermediary Liability for Copyright Infringement in Australia -- 1 Introduction -- 2 An Emerging Shift in Governance: Enrolling Private Intermediaries -- 3 After iiNet: Enlisting ISPs in the Fight Against Copyright Infringement -- 3.1 An Industry-Led Graduated Response Code -- 3.2 Preliminary Discovery -- 3.3 Website Blocking -- 4 The Legitimacy of Decentralised Enforcement -- References -- The Evolution of Domain Names and Their Impacts on Trade Mark Rights -- 1 Understanding the Ǹamé in Domain Name System -- 1.1 Names in the Early Internet -- 1.2 More Names in the DNS: 1998-2011 -- 1.3 ICANŃs New gTLD Program: 2012 Onwards -- 2 Existing Tensions Between Domain Names and Trade Marks -- 2.1 Trade Marks as Domain Names -- 2.1.1 Domain Name Registration by Trade Mark Owner -- 2.1.2 Domain Name Registration by Third Parties -- 2.1.3 Domain Names as Trade Marks -- 3 New gTLDs, New Opportunities, New Tensions -- 3.1 Trade Marks as Domain Names: Exercising Rights in an Expanded DNS -- 3.1.1 More Cybersquatting -- 3.1.2 Increased Cost -- 3.2 Domain Names as Trade Marks: Rights Acquisition and Maintenance in an Expanded DNS -- 3.2.1 New Trade Marks Emerging -- 3.2.2 Stronger Existing Trade Marks -- 3.2.3 Weaker Existing Trademarks -- 4 Conclusion -- References -- Non-conventional Trademarks Under United States Law: An Unbounded New Frontier of Branding -- 1 Introduction -- 2 A Brief History of Marks and Their Evolution -- 2.1 Origin/Early Trademark Law -- 2.2 Trade Dress to Terrium Quid -- 3 Non-conventional Trademarks -- 3.1 Non-conventional Trademarks and Conventional Principles -- 3.2 Legal Protection for Non-conventional Trademarks
  • 4 Future of Marks in a Post-Industrial Information Economy -- 4.1 Growth Equals Strength -- 4.2 Backdoor Q̀̀uasi-Patent or Quasi-Copyright́́ Uses of Trademarks -- 4.3 The Sisyphian Task of Evergreening Relevance -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- The ASEAN Single Market: A Perspective on Thailandś Trade Mark Development -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The ASEAN Single Market and Intellectual Property Rights -- 2.1 The ASEAN Single Market and Free Movement of Goods -- 2.2 The ASEAN Single Market and International Registration of Trade Marks -- 3 Thailand and the International Registration of Trade Mark -- 4 International Trade Mark Protection Under Thai Law -- 4.1 Criminal Code Articles 273-275 -- 4.2 The TMA: Well-Known Marks, Passing-Off and Revocation on the Ground of Having a Better Claim Over the Trade Mark -- 5 Influx of Considerations and Management of Trade Mark Protection -- References -- Intellectual Property Rights and Foreign Direct Investment Agreements -- 1 Overview to Foreign Investment Provisions in Multilateral Treaties -- 2 Provisions of the Agreement on Trade-Related Investment Measures -- 3 Overview Relating to Intellectual Property Rights -- 4 Intellectual Property Rights as Investment in Bilateral Investment Treaties -- 5 Impact of Intellectual Property Rights Protection on the Determination of Types of Foreign Investment -- 5.1 A Comparison Between India and China -- 5.2 FDI in China and India: Popular Target Country -- 5.3 Outward FDI -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- Innovation Cartography and Patentomics: Past, Present and Future -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Mapping Legal Rights in the Crop Innovation Landscape: Patents -- 2.1 Evolution and Purposes -- 2.2 Data Selection, Retrieval and Analysis Methods -- 2.3 Issues Impacting the Quality of the Data Model -- 2.3.1 Mapping Costs -- 2.3.2 Absence of Standardised Methods
  • 2.3.3 Incomplete Pictures -- 3 Mapping Legal Rights in the Crop Innovation Landscape: Databases -- 4 Patentomics: A Prototype for Patent Landscaping -- 5 Concluding Remarks -- References
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