Biotechnology and Software Patent Law: A Comparative Review of New Developments
Arezzo, E. Ghidini, G., Gustavo Ghidini
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011 - Law - 360 pages
'The art of editing is to bring contributions together, which melt into one book. This is what Emanuela Arezzo and Gustavo Ghidini have achieved with their own critical mind by composing a book of papers, in which internationally renowned experts meas
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looking for a consistent cooperative model
inherent patentability as a pre and postpatent determinant
a free use or an infringing use?
some features of the new interface
PART II Emerging themes in information technologies
7 Towards a new instrument of protection for software in the EU? Learning the lessons from the harmonization failure of software patentability
lessons from Bilski v Kappos
PART III Emerging themes in the biotech industries
was it worth the trouble?
weighing the costs and benefits
11 Patentability of human stem cell or synthetic biology based inventions
a quest for higher harmonization
6 Are software patents something special?
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