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  • Gordon V. Smith is chairman of AUS, Inc. and president of AUS Consultants. He has advised clients in valuation matters for over 40 years. His assignments have included appraisals of nearly every type of tangible and intangible property as well as consultations relative to royalty rates, economic life, and litigation damages for intellectual property. Clients have been many of the Fortune 500 and major international law firms, as well as research and educational institu- tions, regulatory bodies, and the U.S. government. Mr.

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  • .The Economic Structure of Intellectual Property Law ..The Economic Structure of Intellectual Property Law William M. Landes Richard A. Posner The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England 2003 .Copyright © 2003 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Landes, William M. The economic structure of intellectual property law / William M. Landes, Richard A. Posner. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index.

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  • Intellectual property plays an increasingly vital role in global trade and economic development. Globalisation of trade means that intangible informa- tional resources are now produced, exchanged and consumed anywhere and everywhere defying jurisdictional borders. Intellectual property has moved into the mainstream of national economic and developmental planning; in the recent past it has also emerged as a central element of multilateral trade rela- tions.

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  • The purpose of this book is to examine the experience of a number of countries in grappling with the problems of reconciling the two fields of competition policy and intellectual property rights. The first two parts of the book indicate the variation in legislative models as well as the wide variety of judicial and administrative doctrines that have been used. The jurisdictions selected for study are the three major trading blocks with the longest experience of case law, the EU, the USA and Japan, and three less populous countries with open economies, Australia, Ireland and Singapore.

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  • Christoph Antons is Professor of Comparative Law and Director, Centre for Comparative Law and Development Studies in Asia and the Pacific (CLDSAP), University of Wollongong, Australia; QEII Fellow, Australian Research Council; Adjunct Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law in Munich; Senior Fellow (Graduate Program), Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne.

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  • It is impossible to think about intellectual property for as long as this book has taken to write, and not to become acutely aware of one’s own roster of intellectual debts, while also realizing the impos- sibility of enumerating each one. But there are some people whose help has been so extraordinarily generous that I would like to record my special thanks to them. Kate Flint was the inspirational super- viser of my Oxford D.Phil.

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  • When Claus-Dieter Ehlermann asked me in late December 2004 whether I would be willing to contribute to the 10th Annual Competition Law and Policy Workshop, I was not quite sure whether he was about to offer me a Christmas gift or another Dardanians’ present. 1 After all, the relationship between the protection of intellectual property and the maintenance of free competition is the subject of an age-old debate2 to which I had already con- tributed too much, with too little impact.

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  • T he invention of e-mail as an efficient mode of communication gives rise to an intriguing benefit:One need not answer a question immediately as would be expected in real-time conversation. Therefore, on occasion, I prefer to ponder before I answer, as I did when honored with the request to write this preface to Essentials of Licensing Intellectual Property.

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  • ‘‘Intellectual property’’ – ‘‘IPR’’, or more commonly, ‘‘IP’’ – covers a range of different instruments that can be used to define, protect and exploit new ideas that an individual, or a company, has created. These range from the most well-known – patents–through to probably the hardest to define, know-how. At a high level the types of intellectual property rights that exist and their key applications are:

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  • Ebook Intellectual Property Law: Part 1 presented the following basic content introduction to intellectual property, trade marks, procedure before the patents office, the duration of the registration, the law of passing off, made by a trader in the course of trade, international conventions, the copyright and related rights act 2000, the enforcement of copyright.

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  • Ebook Intellectual Property Law: Part 2 presented the following basic content protection of databases and computer programs, industrial designs, protection of industrial designs, intellectual property licences, confidential information, anatomy of a licence agreement, rights of seizure and delivery up.

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  • This is the highly sort after secret final agreed version of the TPP, chapter on Intellectual Property Rights. There is still a finishing 'legal scrub' of the document meant to occur, but there are to be no more negotiations between the Parties. The TPP Parties are the United States, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Malaysia, Chile, Singapore, Peru, Vietnam, New Zealand and Brunei Darussalam.

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  • The development of a legal apparatus for the protection of property rights has evolved in tandem with the evolution and expansion of industrial society. One aspect of this development has been the emergence of a legal apparatus for intellectual property protection – a notoriously vague and often intangible area, but one that nevertheless encompasses copyright, patent, and trademark law. This trend has seen not only the consolidation of intellectual property protection at the national level, but also the emer- gence of a transnational, and increasingly global apparatus.

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  • The application of competition law to intellectual-property-related cases may well be regarded as one of the most complex and critical fields of competition policy. Whereas in the past intellectual property and competition were mostly considered as contradictory concepts, it is today widely admitted that both fields of law, intellectual property and competition law, are meant to promote complementary goals, namely innovation based on dynamic concepts of competition.

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  • Lars Bretthauer is a member of the Berlin based social scientist network “rel ect! – Association for Political Education and Social Reasearch”. His current project is a PhD on data retention politics in Germany. Publications (German monographs): Intellectual Property in the Digital Age. State Regulation and Everyday Struggles in the German Movie Industry (Verlag Westfälisches Dampfboot); co-editor of Reading Poulantzas. About the Actuality of Materialist State Theory (VSA-Verlag).

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  • Intellectual Property Rights in a Networked World is a collection of recent essays offering fresh perspectives on the scope and future of intellectual property rights. The tripartite division of the book is designed to make this inter-disciplinary topic more accessible and intelligible to readers of diverse backgrounds. Part I consists of a single essay that provides a broad overview of the main themes in intellectual property scholarship, such as normative intellectual property theory and the legal infrastructure for property protection.

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  • The dramatic expansion of intellectual property rights represents a new stage in commodification that threatens to make virtually everything bad about capitalism even worse. Stronger intellectual property rights will reinforce class differences, undermine science and technology, speed up the corporatization of the university, inundate society in legal disputes, and reduce personal freedoms. We have no precise measure of the extent of intellectual property, but a rough calculation by Marjorie Kelly suggests the magnitude of intellectual property rights.

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  • Tham khảo sách 'intellectual property and open source', công nghệ thông tin, kỹ thuật lập trình phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Intellectual Property (IP) is society’s recognition of intellectual efforts. It is a monopoly granted in exchange for the contribution of intellectual creations to the society. It is an intangible property. The use of IP by a third party does not deprive the owner of his right of enjoyment. As such, an IP right is a right to restrain others from using that right. The extent of this right is dependent upon the scope of the ability granted by the law to restrain its use. The wider the scope given, the greater the monopoly an...

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  • "Clear, correct, and deep, this is a welcome addition to discussions of law and computing for anyone -- even lawyers!" -- Lawrence Lessig, Professor of Law at Stanford Law School and founder of the Stanford Center for Internet and Society If you work in information technology, intellectual property is central to your job

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