The Global Challenge of Intellectual Property Rights

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R. Bird, Robert Bird, Subhash C. Jain
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2009 - Law - 320 pages
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. . . a gratifying collection of informed and engaging contributions. John A. Tessensohn, European Intellectual Property Review The importance of intellectual property rights is now well established as a vital component in the success of firms and nations
 

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Contents

1 The continuing challenge of global intellectual property rights
3
PART II Developed nations in a global market
15
2 Unifying the international law of business method and software patents
17
framing the dialogue
37
opportunities and challenges in thwarting global movie piracy
57
PART III India and China
79
challenges for foreign mark holders
81
a study in patentlaw effects
98
9 Intellectual property foreign direct investment and the China exception
153
PART IV Value capture and retention strategies
175
10 Protecting unconventional trademarks in the European Union and the United States
177
an interactive perspective
194
PART V Perspectives of emerging nations
211
12 The vulnerability of middle developed countries to changes in foreign direct investment arising from intellectual property appropriation
213
trade and investment dimensions
236
14 A skeptics view of intellectual property rights
267

prevention strategies
114
issues in patent amendment 2005
135

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