Intellectual Property
Programme and Papers

Any available abstracts and papers are listed below the programme:


Session 1: Thursday 11 September 2014 11.00-12.30 Room

1A           Julia Jarzabkowski (Law Commission)

                Explaining the ‘groundless threats’ project

1B           James Griffin (Exeter)

                SLS funded qualitative interviews relating to the Digital Copyright Exchange

1C           Ben Farrand (Strathclyde)

                EU Copyright Law: Political Salience, Expertise and the Legislative Process


Session 2: Thursday 11 September 2014 14.00-15.30 Room

2A           Kevin O'Sullivan (University College Cork)

                To Hell with ‘Balance’! Lockean Labour Theory as the Cornerstone of a New Paradigm                     for Enforcing Copyright Online?

2B           Stavroula Karapapa (Reading)

                The “new public” in copyright law: nature and limits of electronic dissemination

 


Session 3 Friday 12 September 2014 09.30-11.00 Room

3A           Lior Zemer (Radzyner School of Law, Israel)

                The Fallacy of Intellectual Property Clauses

3B           Chi Mich Jack-Osimiri (Northampton)

                Judging in the 21st Century: Judicial Interpretation of European Intellectual Property                         Law: the inconsistent rationales in Trademark judgements

3C           Xiao Mu (Manchester)

                Well-Known trademark protection in China


Session 4 Friday 12 September 2014 11.30-13.00 Room

4A           Janice Denoncourt (Nottingham)

                Should the Law Take the Lead Over Accounting Practice in order to Provide a ‘True and                   Fair’ View of Patent Assets?

4B           Patricia Covarrubia (Buckingham)

                Intangible heritage - the Latin American Response

4C           Peter S. Harrison (York)

                Serendipitous Shores: Are there justifiable limits to the control of traditional therapeutic                     knowledge?

Abstracts

EU Copyright Law: Political Salience, Expertise and the Legislative Process by Benjamin Farrand.
Judging in the 21st Century: Judicial Interpretation of European Intellectual Property Law: the inconsistent rationales in Trademark judgements by Chi Mich Jack-Osimiri.
Intangible heritage –the Latin American Response by Patricia Covarrubia.
Should the Law Take the Lead Over Accounting Practice in order to Provide a ‘True and Fair’ View of Patent Assets? by Janice Denoncourt Denoncourt.
TO HELL WITH ‘BALANCE’! LOCKEAN LABOUR THEORY AS THE HELL WITH ‘BALANCE’! LOCKEAN LABOUR THEORY AS THE CORNERSTONE OF A NEW PARADIGM FOR ENFORCING COPYRIGHT ONLINE? by Kevin O'Sullivan.
Copyright-ing Characters: The Comic Catastrophe? by Kim Barker.
Serendipitous Shores: Are there justifiable limits to the control of traditional therapeutic knowledge? by Peter S. Harrison,.
Well-Known trademark protection in China by Xiao Mu,.
Dialogical Transactions by Lior Zemer.
The “new public” in copyright law: nature and limits of electronic dissemination by Stavroula Karapapa.
EU Copyright Law: Political Salience, Expertise and the Legislative Process by Benjamin Farrand .
Should the Law Take the Lead Over Accounting Practice in order to by Janice Denoncourt .
The “new public” in copyright law: nature and limits of electronic dissemination by Stavroula Karapapa.
Judging in the 21st Century: Judicial Interpretation of European Intellectual Property Law: the inconsistent rationales in Trademark judgements. by Chi Mich Jack-Osimiri .
TO HELL WITH ‘BALANCE’! LOCKEAN LABOUR THEORY AS THE CORNERSTONE OF A NEW PARADIGM FOR ENFORCING COPYRIGHT ONLINE? by Kevin O'Sullivan.
Well-Known trademark protection in China by Xiao Mu.
SLS funded qualitative interviews relating to the Digital Copyright Exchange. by James GH Griffin.
Serendipitous Shores: Are there justifiable limits to the control of traditional therapeutic knowledge? by Peter S. Harrison.
Copyright-ing Characters: The Comic Catastrophe? by Kim Barker.
Intangible heritage –the Latin American Response by Patricia Covarrubia .
Dialogical Transactions by Lior Zemer*.

Papers

Judging in the 21st Century Judicial Interpretation in Trademark cases and the Inconsistencies: Linking Legal Theories and Interdisciplinary Research Methodology by Chi Jack-Osimiri.
The “new public” in copyright law: nature and limits of electronic dissemination by Stavroula Karapapa.
Judging in the 21st Century: Judicial Interpretation of European Intellectual Property Law - the inconsistent rationales in Trademark judgements by Chi Mich Jack-Osimiri.

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