Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property
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A collection of Australia’s pre-eminent voices on Intellectual Property Law
This book provides an introduction to twelve controversial, emerging areas of Intellectual Property, placing Australian concerns in an international context. It provides an intellectual foundation to assist readers in developing a level of general knowledge that enables them to cultivate a more critical understanding of the current political and regulatory environment and to pursue further research and study.
Emerging Challenges in Intellectual Property is also available as an e-book.
1. IP in a Changing Information Environment
2. Six Minutes to Midnight: Can Intellectual Property Save the World?
3. Indigenous Culture, Knowledge and Intellectual Property: The Need for a New Category of Rights?
4. Copyright and Freedom of Expression
5. Copyright and the Creative Arts: Emerging Issues
6. Competing Discourses of ‘Rights’ and ‘Harms’ in Trade Mark Law
Jason Bosland and Megan Richardson
7. GI Blues: The Global Disagreement over Geographical Indications
Michael Handler and Robert Burrell
8. Are the Courts Solving the Emerging Challenges of Biotech Patents?
9. Intellectual Property and Plants: Constitutive, Contingent and Complex
10. Competition Law and Intellectual Property: Establishing a Coherent Approach
11. Intellectual Property and International Trade: Securing and Sharing the Benefits
12. Intellectual Property and Commercialisation
Kathy Bowrey – Professor, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales
Michael Handler – Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales
Dianne Nicol – Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Tasmania