Infringement in UK Law
- Trade Mark Infringement as a Criminal Offence
- Patent Infringement in Australia: Results from a Survey
- Computer Programs and Copyright: More Exceptions to Infringement
Copyright in a networked world: ethics and infringement
The statutes themselves are not the only basis for deciding whether an intellectual property rights infringement has occurred. Ethical judgments can also influence judicial rulings. This column loo...
International Infringement of Software as Intellectual
The legal and economic value of intellectual property is under seige in much of the world. Creators of software find that, throughout much of the industrialized and Third World, their products are ...
Commentary: Estimating Patent Infringement Damages. A CRITIQUE OF THE YARDSTICK APPROACH
A brief critique of the so‐called yardstick approach to assessing damages resulting from patent infringement which not only informs product managers whose responsibilities may include assisting leg...
Early warning of risks of copyright infringement in digital library based on extension theory
Purpose: – The purpose of this study is to evaluate the potential risks of copyright infringement in digital library based on the extension theory. Design/methodology/approach: – At first, the ana...
- Reputation in Trade Mark Infringement: Why Some Courts Think it Matters and Why it Should Not
- A Comment on Infringement and Obviousness in Australian Patent Law
Signalling ‘compliance’: The link between notified EU directive implementation and infringement cases
Research on member states’ compliance with European Union legislation often focuses on the timing of self-reported implementation measures. It is generally assumed that the earlier a member state a...
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