Intellectual property and private international law / edited by James J. Fawcett, Paul Torremans.
Contributor(s): Fawcett, James J | Torremans, Paul.Material type: BookCall no.: KD685.I54 F39 2011Series: Oxford private international law series: Publication: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011Edition: 2nd ed.Description: lxvii, 986 p.ISBN: 9780199556588.Subject(s): Conflict of laws -- Intellectual property -- Great Britain | Conflict of laws -- Intellectual property
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Pt. A. Jurisdiction. 1 Creation and validity of intellectual property rights -- 2 Entitlement to the grant and ownership of intellectual property rights: jurisdiction -- 3 Contracts in relation to exploration of intellectual property rights: jurisdiction -- 4 Infringement: preliminary matters --5 Infringement: jurisdiction under the European Community/European Free Trade Association rules -- 6 Infringement: jurisdiction under the traditional rules -- 7 Infringement and validity of intellectual property rights: jurisdiction -- 8 Jurisdictional issues in relation to European Community rights -- 9 Complementary torts and other causes of action: jurisdiction -- 10 Infringement, the Internet, and broadcasting: jurisdiction -- 11 Reform of jurisdiction -- pt. B. The applicable law. 12 Choice of law elements in the intellectual property conventions -- 13 Creation, scope, and termination of intellectual rights: the applicable law -- 14 Contracts in relation to the exploitation of intellectual property rights: the applicable law -- 15 Infringement: the applicable law -- 16 Complementary torts and other causes of action: the applicable law -- 17 Choice of law and the Internet -- 18 Choice of law reform -- pt. C. Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments. 19 Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments relating to intellectual property.
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