|Author:||Jane C. Ginsburg,Robert P. Merges|
|Title:||Foundations of Intellectual Property (Foundations of Law Series)|
|Format:||mobi azw lrf lrf|
|ePUB size:||1573 kb|
|FB2 size:||1866 kb|
|DJVU size:||1965 kb|
|Publisher:||LEXISNEXIS (January 18, 2012)|
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Intellectual Property Stories assembles 15 d full-time members of the intellectual property professorate to bring famous cases to life by exploring the history, policy, and human interests underlying the canonical cases in the field. Foundations of Intellectual Property. Robert P. Merges, Jane C. Ginsburg. Legal Methods: Cases and Materials (University Casebook Series).
For at least the past twenty-five years, financial services industries have been creating innovative products and services without the help of patents.
Columbia University - Law School. Date Written: June 1, 2015. Intellectual Property: Trademark Law eJournal. Merges at University of California, Berkeley - School of Law. Law & Society: Private Law - Intellectual Property eJournal.
Lockean Foundations for Intellectual Property. John Locke argued that individuals are entitled to control the fruits of their labor. Laboring, producing, thinking, and persevering, are voluntary and individuals who.
Foundations of Intellectual Property. goal has been to bring together. A guide to the types of intellectual property and how startups can best manage intellectual property in the early stages of the company. Startups face a variety of risks. The biggest risk is market risk, and entrepreneurs should be spending most of their time addressing the market risks - not learning law. The Startup Guide to Intellectual Property helps startups grow by showing how intellectual property is used to build and keep a sustainable competitive advantage.
Economic foundations of intellectual property rights. When I was at the Council of Economic Advisors4 we opposed the Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights agreement (TRIPS), part of the Uruguay Round of trade negotiations. Interestingly, so did the Office of Science and Technology Policy. We were not alone in our opposition; indeed, it was a view held by many, if not most, of the people who understood the issues.
Intellectual Property Law: An Anatomical OverviewRochelle C. Dreyfuss and Justine Pila. Part II Social and Normative Foundations. The Basic Structure of Intellectual Property LawRichard A. Epstein. What Kind of Rights Are Intellectual Property Rights?Robert P. Merges. Intellectual Property as a Public Interest MechanismRebecca Tushnet. Intellectual Property and Human Rights: Mapping an Evolving and Contested R. Helfer. Trade Marks and Allied RightsDev Gangjee. Design ProtectionBarton Beebe.