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Research handbook on empirical studies in intellectual property law, edited by Estelle Derclaye (Professor of Intellectual Property Law, School of Law, University of Nottingham, UK) - (e-book)

Summary
"This comprehensive Research Handbook explores empirical legal studies of intellectual property law. It covers research from four continents and offers unique conclusions to aid in the creation and understanding of policies and legislation. By combining research from both leading experts and up-and-coming scholars, this expansive Research Handbook examines the four main intellectual property rights: patent, trademark, design and copyright, as well as trade secrets. Chapters provide cutting-edge empirical data and projections on legislation and case law, using quantitative and qualitative methods, including surveys, interviews, descriptive and inferential statistics. The Research Handbook on Empirical Studies in Intellectual Property Law will be highly beneficial for scholars and advanced students of intellectual property, in both legal and economic disciplines, and will inspire new research directions. Practitioners and policymakers will also be interested as the chapters offer statistics on which client advice and policymaking can be based"--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Contents: Introduction -- Part I. Patents and plant variety rights -- 1. Studying patent infringement litigation / Jason Rantanen -- 2. Legal empirical studies of patenting and patent licensing practices / Esther van Zimmeren -- 3. The australian 'valley of death'? Australian research and patenting practices in bioprinting and genome editing / Jane Nielsen, Dianne Nicol and Cameron Stewart -- 4. Plant variety protection and farmers' rights in India and indonesia / Christoph Antons and Amrithnath Sreedevi Babu -- Part II. Patents and trade secrets -- 5. From patents to trade secrets / Michael Risch -- 6. Evidence-based ip research / Mateo Aboy, Louise C. Druedahl and Timo Minssen -- 7. Solving trade secret disputes in Chinese courts: Some empirical evidence / Runhua Wang -- Part III. Copyright -- 8. A survey of empirical analysis of u.s. Copyright law / Ben Depoorter -- 9. An empirical defence of expanded fair dealing in uk copyright law / Emily Hudson -- 10. Empirical methods for researching copyright in australia / Kylie Pappalardo -- 11. Public views on disgorgement of profits in copyright law / Branislav Hazucha -- Part IV. Trademarks -- 12. The story of uspto trademark data / Deborah R. Gerhardt and Jon J. Lee -- 13. An empirical study of the basis of refusal of EU trade marks for -- 3d marks / Ilanah Fhima -- 14. Trade marks law of thailand and certain empirical incongruities / Piani Nanakorn -- 15. Empirical experiences in ip - conducting qualitative empirical research in law and regulation / William van Caenegem -- Part V. Designs -- 16. A qualitative method for investigating design / Mark P. McKenna and Jessica Silbey -- 17. Re-engaging with concerns over latent design invalidity: Examination and invalidation of registered community designs at the euipo / Jane Cornwell -- 18. Empirical analysis of design litigation in australia / Vicki Huang -- 19. Determination of 'existing design' in Chinese patent infringement disputes / Xianwei Zhang -- Index
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Physical Description
1 online resource (436 pages).
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9781802206210

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