European Intellectual Property Law

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Oxford University Press, Aug 8, 2019 - Law - 712 pages
European Intellectual Property Law offers a full account of the main areas of substantive European IP law and a discussion of their wider context and effect.

The amount and reach of European law, and decision-making in the field of intellectual property has grown exponentially since the 1960s, making it increasingly difficult to treat European law as an adjunct to domestic intellectual property regimes. European Intellectual Property Law responds to this reality by presenting a clear and detailed account of each of the main areas of substantive EU intellectual property law, situated in the context of both the EU legal system and international IP law, including EU constitutional law, the law of the European Patent Convention 1973/2000, and private international law. It draws selectively on examples from domestic IP regimes to illustrate substantive differences between those regimes and to demonstrate the impact of European law, and decision-making on EU Member States.

This unique, thoroughly modern approach goes beyond a discussion of the provisions of European legal instruments to consider their wider context and effect. European Intellectual Property Law is the ideal guide for any student wishing to gain a full and critical understanding of the substantive European law of intellectual property.

 

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Contents

Table of Abbreviations
xx
Glossary of Patent Terms
xxvii
Table of Cases
xxviii
Table of Legislation Treaties and Conventions
lvi
Foundations
1
Part II The Law of Patents and Allied Rights
97
The Law of Copyright and Related Rights
219
The Law of Trade Marks and Allied Rights
341
Data and Information
481
Enforcement and Remedies
523
Future Trends
579
Copyright

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About the author (2019)

Justine Pila is Fellow and Senior Law Tutor of St Catherine's College, Oxford and Research Fellow of the Institute of European and Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford.Paul Torremans is Professor of Intellectual Property Law at the University of Nottingham, UK.

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