Intellectual Property and Private International Law (Ny Upplaga)
   
 
Författare:Torremans Paul L. C.
Titel:Intellectual Property and Private International Law (Ny Upplaga)
Anmärkning:Published: 04 January 2024 (Estimated)
Upplaga:3 uppl.
Utgivningsår:2024
Omfång:1096 sid.
Förlag:Oxford University Press
ISBN:9780198853312
Produkttyp:Inbunden
Serie:Oxford Private International Law Series
Ämnesord:Immaterialrätt , Internationell privat- och processrätt

Preliminärt pris: 4339 SEK exkl. moms
The rapidly developing field of intellectual property and private international law could be difficult to navigate for practitioners and researchers because of the complex interface of the two legal disciplines. Intellectual Property and Private International Law sets out the main concepts with a comprehensive analysis of issues arising from the relationship between the two disciplines from common law, European Union and international perspectives.

This highly regarded work examines how jurisdiction is established in intellectual property disputes, how one identifies the applicable law and how to secure the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments. This new edition encompasses the numerous, and in some cases major, legal developments seen over the past twelve years. It deals with the private international law aspects of the introduction of mandatory exemptions to the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market; discusses the new Court of Justice of the European Union case law on article 7.2 Brussels I Regulations and its divergent approach to European Union intellectual property rights; covers recent EU directives and national case law, including the fundamental change in patent law that will result from the introduction of the European Patent with Unitary Effect and the Unified Patent Court; as well as elucidating the implications of Britain's departure from the European Union.

- A major work by a leading figure in the private international law and intellectual property law fields

- Takes a comparative approach to assess how the two disciplines impact on and co-operate with each other

- Detailed and comprehensive analysis that is useful to both practitioners and researchers


New to this Edition:

- Analyses the fundamental change in patent law that will result from the introduction of the European Patent with Unitary Effect and the Unified Patent Court

- Discusses the private international law side of the introduction of mandatory exemptions to copyright in the DSM Directive

- Clarifies the impact of Brexit and other EU directives and case law

- Covers the Court of Justice of the European Union case law on article 7.2 Brussels I Regulation and its divergent approach to Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) intellectual property rights


Table of Contents:

Part A Jurisdiction

1:Creation and Validity of Intellectual Property Rights: Jurisdiction
2:Entitlement to the Grant and Ownership of Intellectual Property Rights: Jurisdiction
3:Contracts in Relation to the Exploitation of Intellectual Property Rights: Jurisdiction
4:Infringement: Preliminary Matters
5:Infringement: Jurisdiction under the European Union/ European Free Trade Association Rules
6:Infringement: Jurisdiction under the Traditional Rules
7:Infringement and Validity of Intellectual Property Rights: Jurisdiction
8:Jurisdictional Issues in Relation to European Union Rights
9:Complementary Torts and Other Causes of Action: Jurisdiction
10:Infringement, the Internet, and Broadcasting: Jurisdiction
11:Reform of Jurisdiction


Part B The Applicable Law

12:Choice of Law Elements in the Intellectual Property Conventions
13:Creation, Scope, and Termination of Intellectual Property Rights: The Applicable Law
14:Contracts in Relation to the Exploitation of Intellectual Property Rights: The Applicable Law
15:Infringement: The Applicable Law
16:Complementary Torts and Other Causes of Action: The Applicable Law
17:Choice of Law and the Internet
18:Choice of Law Reform


Part C Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgements

19:Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgements Relating to Intellectual Property
 
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