The glorious grey entity that is the European Intellectual Property Review has been gracing the finest doormats in the land for a couple of weeks now. Found within are the following:
(Left) Your portal to IP goodness
* Gert Wurtenberger on why the ECJ and CFI are getting their assessment of trade mark confusion wrong;
* IPKat co-blogmeister Ilanah on the new performers’ moral rights regime, and what it means for performers, broadcasters, record companies and UK compliance with international copyright law (Part 2 of this article will follow next month)
* Mikko Valimaki and Ville Oksanen on DRM interoperability and IP policy in Europe
* R Stephen Crespi on the upcoming EPO patent cases involving human embryonic stem cells
* Patricia Akester and Francisco Lima on the law and economics of P2P and copyright, and how they’re evolving
* The usual pic ‘n’ mix of cases and book reviews.
Tuesday, 14 November 2006
Posted by Unknown at 11:32:00 p.m.