Intellectual Property in UK Law
Intellectual property rights
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of intellectual property justifications and the basics of intellectual property law. Design/methodology/approach: The paper examines in...
Intellectual Property & Global Policy
This article discusses Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and in particular global IPR expansion. That globally protected intellectual property (IP) is more valuable than ever must be set against t...
- Intellectual property
Management of intellectual property rights. Strategic patenting
This article reviews emergent global trends in intellectual property protection and identifies patenting as a strategic initiative. Recent developments in software and method‐of‐doing‐business pate...
Dutch judicial entrepreneurship towards legitimizing intellectual property rights
In its recent judgment in the Sisvel v. Xiaomi case, the Court of Appeal of the Hague has demonstrated how European national legal systems and judiciary therein strive to uphold legitimacy of the i...
Human Rights and Intellectual Property: Conflict or Co-Existence?
Human rights bodies within the United Nations have given unprecedented attention to intellectual property issues over the past four years, addressing important and contested issues such as patented...
Managing intellectual property: a strategic point of view
In the new knowledge economy, intellectual property has become an important strategic issue. However, in many firms, the management of intellectual property (IP) is still divorced from business st...
Fair value of intellectual property. An options‐based valuation of nearly 8,000 intellectual property assets
Intellectual property (IP), a significant source of intangible value, has been felt by some to be resistant to fair valuation and more amenable to estimations of intrinsic value. With the recently ...
Natural Intellectual Property Rights and the Public Domain
No natural rights theory justifies strong intellectual property rights. More specifically, no theory within the entire domain of natural rights thinking – encompassing classical liberalism, liberta...
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 ...
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