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Titulos:
Intellectual property : omnipresent, distracting, irrelevant? / William Cornish.
ISBN:
0199263078; 9780199263073
Lugar de Edición:
Oxford ;
Editor:
Oxford University Press,
Fecha de Edición:
c2004.
Notas Formateada:
Table of legislation -- 1. Inventing -- 'Intellectual property' -- 'Inventing' -- Patents: basic elements -- Medical patents -- Exclusive rights to explore -- Biotechnology and genetics -- Genetics and patent theory -- Contributions to advances in genetic medicine -- Towards medical applications -- Compulsory licensing and crown use -- Rules of competition -- Inhibitions on research, as distinct from commercialization -- Who determines patent policy? -- Second-tier protection: petty patents and database rights -- 2. Creating -- Copyright and patents -- An asset for authors? -- Digitized works: the threat -- Installing copyright discipline: the conquest of Napster -- Answers within the technology -- Legitimate material -- Unlicensed provision of copyright material -- Permissible uses of copyright material: substantial taking, exceptions, and limitations -- Will copyright become irrelevant? -- Copyright as a protective wrapper -- 3. Branding -- Trademark registers -- Rights depending on trading -- The merits of branding -- Registration as a fetter for others -- Registration and proof of reputation -- Proportional geometry -- Functions: what should be protected and why -- What does function analysis achieve? -- Investment and advertising as 'functions' -- When to draw the line -- Trade reputation and registration -- Cumulation and convergence.
Nota de contenido:
"Intellectual property rights (IPRs) are increasingly significant elements of economic policy: they are vital to developed countries in an age of global trade. Today's astounding new technologies, stemming from the digital and biotechological revolutions are creating new problems. William Cornish focusses upon the major dilemmas that currently enmesh the subject: the omnipresent spread of IPRs across some recent technologies, the distraction caused by rights that achieve little of their intended purpose, and the seeming irrelevance of IPRs in the face of new technologies such as the internet. What IPRs are good for, and what they should achieve depends upon the law which defines them. There is great international, as well as national pressure for new laws, and in Europe, the EU is now the dominant force in shaping IP policy. Against this background, William Cornish surveys current arguments over legal policy in this field."--Contratapa.
Palabras clave:
Intellectual property.; Propiedad intelectual.

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^a"Intellectual property rights (IPRs) are increasingly significant elements of economic policy: they are vital to developed countries in an age of global trade. Today's astounding new technologies, stemming from the digital and biotechological revolutions are creating new problems. William Cornish focusses upon the major dilemmas that currently enmesh the subject: the omnipresent spread of IPRs across some recent technologies, the distraction caused by rights that achieve little of their intended purpose, and the seeming irrelevance of IPRs in the face of new technologies such as the internet. What IPRs are good for, and what they should achieve depends upon the law which defines them. There is great international, as well as national pressure for new laws, and in Europe, the EU is now the dominant force in shaping IP policy. Against this background, William Cornish surveys current arguments over legal policy in this field."--Contratapa.
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Proveniencia:
^aUniversidad de San Andrés - Biblioteca Max Von Buch
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Institucion:
Universidad de San Andrés
Dependencia:
Biblioteca Max Von Buch

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