NEW ISSUE OF SCRIPT-ed OUT NOW


The December 2005 issue of SCRIPT-ed, the online journal of the Edinburgh University AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law, is now online.

As well as the usual book reviews, you can find in this month's issue:

  • An editorial on the Adelphi Charter
  • A special feature on the the interface between IP, human rights and competition law, including articles by Valentine Korah (UCL), Neil MacCormick (Edinburgh) and the late Paul A. Geroski (Chairman of the UK Competition Commission)
  • Articles on balancing the rights of IP owners and users and on copyright in the anime industry

The IPKat says is all looks rather interesting - and it's all available online without charge.

NEW ISSUE OF SCRIPT-ed OUT NOW NEW ISSUE OF SCRIPT-ed OUT NOW Reviewed by Unknown on Wednesday, December 21, 2005 Rating: 5

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