EIPRs


The IPKat has been remiss in failing to note the contents of the December European Intellectual Property Review (EIPR) - so much so that the January issue is already out. He now seeks to rectify that omission:

December 2006
  • Alex Weedon on material transfer agreements
  • Pt 2 of IPKat co-bm Ilanah's article on the introduction of performers' moral rights
  • Nicholas Briggs on patent entitlement
  • Pt 1 of Thomas Hays' article on secondary copyright liability

  • Lee-Ann Tong on South African computer program copyright
  • Herman Cohen Jehoram on Dutch perfume copyright

January 2007

  • Thomas Riis and Jens Schovsbo on copyright and users
  • John Hull on academic collaborations and IP
  • Pt 2 of Thomas Hays' article (see above)
  • Anne Bateman on copyright implications of TVs in hotel rooms
  • Campbell Thomas andBill Ladas on Aussie TM protection for colours
  • An obit of Professor Zheng

An of course, the usual book reviews of case reports can be found in both issues.

EIPRs EIPRs Reviewed by Unknown on Wednesday, January 03, 2007 Rating: 5

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