PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM THE 2015 CONFERENCE
Carlos Aboim: Patent Landscape in Brazil
Kenneth R. Adamo: Use, In Parallel or Sequence, of Different Post-Grant Proceedings: USPTO Proceedings, New Japanese PGOs, and/or European Opposition Proceedings (paper)
Kenneth R. Adamo: Use, In Parallel or Sequence, of Different Post-Grant Proceedings: USPTO Proceedings, New Japanese PGOs, and/or European Opposition Proceedings
Tamir Afori: Fair Use in Israeli Copyright Law
Tanya Aplin: Harmonisation Folly: The Proposed EU Trade Secrets Directive
Tanya Aplin: Harmonisation Folly: The Proposed EU Trade Secrets Directive (paper)
Erich Andersen: Locating Section 101 in the Patent Cosmos
George Badenoch: Can High-Tech Industries Ever be Pro-Patent?
Simon Baggs: Cartier, Montblanc, and Richemont v. BSkyB and others
Annabelle Bennett: Patentable Subject Matter in Australia Including Treatment of Isolated Gene Sequences
Lionel Bently: Fair Use in the UK?
Colin Birss: Celebrity Endorsement and Character Merchandising
Theo Blomme: NPEs and Their Right to an Injunction: A European Perspective
Peter Charleton: Passing Off: An Uncertain Remedy
Peter Charleton: Passing Off: An Uncertain Remedy (Paper)
Neville Cordell: Online Enforcement of Copyright: Blocking Injunctions
Brian Cordery: Second Medical Use
Victoria Cundiff: When Trade Secrets Cross Borders, Do Remedies Follow?
Nicola Dagg: Second Medical Use Patent Enforcement
Gareth Dickson: A Year at ICANN: The Users’ Perspective
Jürgen Dressel: Second Medical Use Patents: Reward Fit for Purpose?
Dimitrios Drivas: Current Developments in U.S. Patent Law
Paul England: What Patent Laws Apply in the UPC?
Mihaly Ficsor: Adventures of a Copyright Lawyer in a WTO Patent Panel: Interpretation of the Three-Step Test Relevant for Both Patents and Copyright (paper)
Mihaly Ficsor: The WTO Dispute Settlement System Seen from Inside – First Interpretation of the Three-Step Test
Mihaly Ficsor: Svensson and the CJEU’S “New Public” Theory: What the E.U. May Learn from the U.S. to Avoid Judicial Lapses
Mihaly Ficsor: Svensson and the CJEU’s “New Public” Theory: What the E.U. May Learn from the U.S. to Avoid Judicial Lapses (paper)
Roya Ghafele: The Way to Austria’s National IP Strategy
Penny Gilbert: Biosimilar Patent Litigation – UK Perspective
Robert Goldman: Teva v. Sandoz: Peace at Last on Claim Construction?
Jonathan Griffiths: Art & Allposters International BV v. Stichting Pictoright
Tobias Hahn: Patent Privateering
Jeff Handelman: A Comparative Look at Maximizing the Value of Discontinued Brands
Bernt Hugenholtz: Breadcrumbs from Brussels and leftovers from Luxembourg: The diminishing roles of the Member States’ courts in IP cases
Roger Hughes: Statute of Monopolies 1623
Gordon Humphreys: Highlights from Luxembourg: A Selective Review of Recent CJEU Trade Mark Case Law
Gordon Humphreys: Highlights from Luxembourg: A Selective Review of Recent CJEU Trade Mark Case Law (paper)
Gordon Humphreys: Bad Faith
Gordon Humphreys: Bad Faith (paper)
Myles Jelf: Patentability of Software: Convergence of EPO, U.S., and U.K.?
David Kappos: Patent Legislation Would Slow Biotechnology Innovation
Johannes Karcher: The Unified Patent Court
Shimako Kato: Medical Use Patent in Japan: Tips for Obtaining and Enforcing Patent
Howard Knopf: Canadian Copyright Update
Paul Maier: IP Wars: Where are the Jedi when you need them?
Spyros Maniatis: Interflora: The Saga
Patricia A. Martone: One Patent, Multiple Valuations (paper)
Patricia A. Martone: One Patent, Multiple Valuations
Wolf Meier-Ewert: 20 Years of TRIPS Disputes
Sergio Miralles: Copyright Regulation of News Aggregators
Prof. Adam Mossoff: Patent Valuation
Prof. Dr. Jan Bernd Nordemann: Lessons from CJEU SAS Institute/World Programming
Matthew Pavao: Myriad and Prometheus and Molecular Diagnostics – Oh My!
David Por: FRAND Royalties and Injunctions
Peter Reuss: Trademark Rights and the Individual – New Rules After ECJ’s Blomqvist v. Rolex Decision?
John Richards: Post-Grant Amendment
Tom Rivers: UK Copyright Exceptions
Dr. Eleonora Rosati: EU Copyright Law
Mark Schultz: Trade Secrets, Innovation and the WTO
Mark Schultz: A Comparative Legal and Economic View of Global Trade Secret Regimes
Martin Schwimmer: U.S. Recognition of Article 6bis of the Paris Convention
Ted Shapiro: EU Copyright Reform
Jeremy Sheff: The Ragged Edge of the Lanham Act
Ryuichi Shitara: Is a Judgment a Singular Effective Way for Solution of the Patent Conflict?
D. Daniel Sokol: The Broader Implications of Merger Remedies in High Technology Markets
Eric Stone: What Took You So Long? Biosimilars Come to the U.S.
Nigel Swycher: Patent Openness and Transparency
Benoit van Asbroeck: Connected TV: The Interaction between Private Copying and Communication to the Public
Marleen H.J. van den Horst: Second Medical Use Claims
Justin Watts: Is the Priority System Failing Us?
Mary Wong: ICANN Update: What We’re Doing, What We’re Not, and Why This Matters to Intellectual Property Owners
Koren Wong-Ervin: Recent Intellectual Property-Related Investigations, Advocacy, and Research at the U.S. Federal Trade Commission
Dr. Shlomit Yanisky Ravid: Beyond Intellectual Property: International and Comparative Perspectives
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM THE 2014 CONFERENCE
Richard Arnold: Accessory Liability for Breach of Confidence (PowerPoint)
Richard Arnold: Accessory Liability for Breach of Confidence (Paper)
Nicholas Banasevic: Standard-Essential Patents and Competition
Annabelle Bennett: Patentable Subject Matter
Irene Calboli: The Impact of the Intellectual Property Chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement on South East Asian TTP Members
David Carson: “Copyright Reform” Outside the United States
Shlomo Cohen: The Anti IP Campaign
Vicki Cundiff: How a 50 State Regime Addresses Misappropriation Inside and Outside the U.S.
Gabriel Cuonzo: The Pfizer Italian Antitrust Saga
Dimitrios T. Drivas: Current Developments in U.S. Patent Law
Charles Duan: A Five Part Plan for Patent Reform
G. Roxanne Elings: Enforcement, Trademark & Multilateral
Mihaly Ficsor: Swensson in the Light of CJEU Case Law on Communication to the Public – (It “Has Saved the Internet” and, Despite Some Defective Elements, It May Also Save Copyright)
Mihaly Ficsor: The WIPO Copyright Agenda After Beijing and Marrakesh – Still a Broadcasters Treaty and then a New “Guided Development Period”?
Christopher Floyd: The CJEU and Communication to the Public: Where Will it all End?
Margot Frohlinger: Will the Unitary Patent in Europe Become a Success?
Penny Gilbert: When is an Invention Ripe for Patenting? Particular Issues with Therapeutic Use Claims
Jane Ginsburg: Intermediary Liability and Website-Blocking in the EU
John M. Golden: Fee Shifting in US & Abroad: Lessons for Reform?
Bob Goldman: FTC v. Actavis: Reverse Payments to Settle Hatch-Waxman Litigation
Klaus Grabinski: Harmonisation across Europe – Comparison and Interaction Between the EPO Appeal System and the National Judicial Systems
Bernt Hugenholtz: Flexible Copyright: Can EU Authors’ Right Accommodate Fair Use?
Gordon Humphreys: Recent Case Law of the General Court on Designs: The Trade Mark and Copyright Dimension (Paper)
Gordon Humphreys: Recent Case Law of the General Court on Designs: The Trade Mark and Copyright Dimension (PowerPoint)
Wataru Imamura: IP Policies and Initiatives in Japan
Robin Jacob: Competition Authorities Support Grasshoppers: Competition Law as a Threat to Innovation
Dr. Hans-Rainer Jaenichen: Opposition Proceedings in the EPO: A Patent Attorney’s Perspective
Myles Jelf: The UPC and PAEs
Rian Kalden and Brian Cordery: SPCs – One Step Forward and Two Steps Back, or “In Essence” What on Earth is Going on?
Eiji Katayama: Patent Invalidity Examination in Patent Infringement Dispute: Comparative View among Japan, US and Europe
Howard Knopf: The Perennial Issue of Parallel Imports and Border Enforcement: Canada’s Version of ACTA – Bill C-8
Milan Kristof: IP and Competition Issues in the CJEU
Annette Kur: The EU Reform Trade Mark Package – Back to Status Quo?
Annette Kur: Internet Infringement – Which Courts are Competent to Decide in the EU?
Ron Lazebnik: Who Should Decide Fair Use on the Internet?
Christian Liedtke: Stop! in the Name of Law- How New EU Customs Laws Create Stumbling Blocks for Intellectual Property Owners
Jan-Diederick Lindemans: Transatlantic “Hide and Seek”: Proving Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights through Pre-Trial Proceedings for Taking Evidence in the United States and the European Union
Paul Maier: EU Studies on Economic Importance of IP and Consumer Perception
Spyros Maniatis: Dilution in Europe: Setting the Threshold for Blurring
Miguel Angel Margain: IMPI’S Role in the International Arena
Patricia Martone: Why Anti-Troll Patent Legislation Threatens to De-Value All Patents
Aliki Nichogiannopoulou: Post-Grant Proceedings at the European Patent Office: The EPO’s Perspective
John Pegram: Evolving Standards for Disclosing and Claiming Inventions or What Can a Patentee Claim and What Does a Claim Mean?
Clara Pombo: Patent Law in Brazil: An Update
Tom Rivers: Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act 2013 (Statute)
Tom Rivers: Orphan Works: The UK Solution – The Story So Far
Gerard Rogers: Adding Value at the TTAB
Allan Rosas: The Creation of an EU Unified Patent Litigation System Especially in the Light of Opinion 1/09 of the CJEU of 8 March 2013
Allan Rosas: Trademark Law and the CJEU
Eleonora Rosati: Overview of CJEU Case Law from the Past Year
Eleonora Rosati: The Proposed UK Orphan Works Scheme: Is It Compatible with EU Law?
Peter Ruess: Recent CJEU Case Law
Jerker Ryden: Orphan Works The Wrong Problem – ECL the Right Solution?
Tamotsu Shoji: Recent IP High Court Grand Panel Judgement Regarding the Method for Calculating the Amount of Damages Under the Article 102, Paragraph (2) of the Patent Act of Japan – Waste Storage Device Case
Barry Sookman: Orphan Works: The Canadian Solution
Guan H. Tang: The New Chinese Trademark Law: Subject Matter and the Public Interest
John Thomas: Patent Reform in the 113th Congress
Karen Thorland: Notice and Takedown Around the Globe
Alexander Tsoutsanis: Why Copyright and Linking can Tango (Article)
Alexander Tsoutsanis: Why Copyright and Linking Can Tango: The Svennson Case (PowerPoint)
Weerawit Weeraworawit: Challenges to Multilateral Treaties
John White: Inter Partes Review – A Practitioner’s Perspective
Mary Wong: ICANN Update: What Next for Trademark Owners?
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM THE 2013 CONFERENCE
Ken Adamo: The (FRAND) Game’s Afoot in United States District Courts and the USITC
David Anderson: NPE Litigation
Laëtitia Bénard: Cross-border Injunctions for Registered IP Rights in Europe
Giovanni F. Casucci: Product Design and Trade Dress: Strategic Issues Within Design, 3D Trademarks and Copyrights
Peter Charleton: The Oracle Speaks
Jonathan G. Colombo: Video Games: Canadian IP Issues & Strategies
Trevor Cook: Some Issues in Contributory Patent Infringement in the EU
Brian Cordery: Supplementary Protection Certificates–Introduction
Brian Cordery: Supplementary Protection Certificates–Part II
T. Andrew Culbert: A Framework for the Judicial Resolution of FRAND Disputes
Gabriel Cuonzo: The European Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court: An Italian Perspective
Christoph de Coster: Unitary Patent and UPC: Strategic Considerations for the Patentee
Jürgen Dressel: Established Drugs for New Medical Uses: Reward by IP-Exclusivity Fit for Purpose?
Dimitrios T. Drivas: Current Developments in U.S. Patent Law
Jose A. Esteves: IP Monetization: Some Questions
Mihály Ficsor: The Inundation of the CJEU by Copyright Referrals and the Dangers of “Creeping Harmonization”
Mihály Ficsor: TPM Systems to Protect Video Games and Illegal “Mod Chips” to Circumvent Them – in the Light of a Referral to the CJEU (Paper)
Mihály Ficsor: TPM Systems to Protect Video Games and Illegal “Mod Chips” to Circumvent Them – in the Light of a Referral to the CJEU (Powerpoint)
Mihály Ficsor: The Preparation of a WIPO Instrument/Treaty on Exceptions or Limitations for the Visually Impaired in the Light of the WIPO-Unesco Model Provisions on the Same Adopted in the “Guided Development” Period
Eleanor Fox: The IP-Competition Wars: Why is There a Tug of War When We All Share the Same Goal?–An Inventive Competitive Economy
Kenneth B. Germain: Climbing Onto Multiple Branches of IP Protection (for Product Design Trade Dress) Will Leave You Hanging – Without Constitutional Support!
Roya Ghafele and Benjamin Gibert: Counting the Costs of Collective Rights Management of Music Copyright in Europe (Paper)
Roya Ghafele: Counting the Costs of Collective RightsManagement of Music Copyright in Europe (Powerpoint)
John M. Golden: Small-Claims Patent Court: Alternative Route to Remedies?
Heinz Goddar: “Occlusion Device” in German Federal Court of Justice – A Change of Tide for Doctrine of Equivalents and File Wrapper Applicability in Germany?
Klaus Grabinski: Nine Years After EBay – Should German Courts Have Discretion When Deciding on Injunctions in Patent Infringement Litigations?
Tobias Hahn: Evaluation of FRAND Terms and Conditions in Recent Case Law
Jeff Handelman: Patent, Trademark and Copyright Protection: Should They Overlap?
Warren S. Heit: Framework for
Determining a FRAND Royalty: A Commercially Balanced Approach
Peter Holden: New Models in Response to Changes in the Global IP Market
Peter Holden: A (Risk-Adjusted) Investor Perspective on IP Valuation & Value Extraction
Lennie Hoffman: Patentable Subject Matter: Are Software and Gene Patents Still “Under the Sun”?–A European Perspective (Presentation)
Lennie Hoffman: Patentable Subject Matter: Are Software and Gene Patents Still “Under the Sun”?–A European Perspective (Summary)
Roger Hughes: Canadian Patent Act
Gordon Humphreys: A Selective Review of Colour Mark Issues and Case Law in the EU (Paper)
Gordon Humphreys: A Selective Review of Colour Mark Issues and Case Law in the EU (Powerpoint)
Gordon Humphreys: Selected Topics of Current EU Design Law: Gnomes, Radiators and Technical Function (Paper)
Gordon Humphreys: Selected Topics of Current EU Design Law: Gnomes, Radiators and Technical Function (Powerpoint)
Myles Jelf: Unified Patent Court Strategic Observations
Rian Kalden: Aftermath of Medeva
Eiji Katayama: Grand Panel of IP High Court of Japan Rendered a New Decision on Presumption Clause of Damages
Shimako Kato: Japanese View About Subject Matter Eligibility of Gene Patents–Should the Bar Be Raised?
Howard Knopf: Recent Legislative Developments in Canadian Copyright Law: Is Canada a Reliable Role Model or a Renegade Rogue?
David Laliberté: European Unitary Patent and Unified Patent Court: An Industry Perspective
Steven J. Lee: Reverse Payments in the US: Antitrust Aspects of Settlement of Generic Drug Litigation from the Perspective of a Pharma Patent Litigator
Christian W. Liedtke: A Modern Fairy Tale: Fair Use and News Aggregators
Alex Macgillivray: The Innovator’s Patent Agreement & Other Patent Experiments
Paul Maier: The EU Observatory on Infringements of IP Rights – Piracy
Patricia A. Martone: Remedies Law in the United States: A Disincentive to Innovation?
Paul Maier: The EU Observatory on Infringements of IP Rights – Piracy
Paul Maier: EU Trade Mark Law
Spyros Maniatis: Broad Specifications and Use Requirements: Competition and Bad Faith Considerations
Wendy E. Miller: Secondary and Collective Liability in Patents
Yuichiro Nakaya: JPO’s Efforts in Patent Harmonization
Tyler T. Ochoa: Public Performance Rights in U.S. Copyright Law: Recent Decisions
Shinji Oda: Recent Japanese Cases Regarding Standard Essential Patents and FRAND Licensing Declaration
Randal C. Picker: Access and the Public Domain (Paper)
Randal C. Picker: Access and the Public Domain (Powerpoint)
Heinz Polsterer: What Should be the Availability of Injunctive Relief?
Christopher G. Reid: Right of Publicity in Video Games
John Richards: Design Protection in the United States
Peter Ruess: Trademark Distinctiveness and Trademark Office Decisions: Is it Time to Look Beyond Borders?
Jerker Rydén: Collective Rights Management and Extended Collective Licensing – A Prerequisite for Mass Usage of Audio-visual Works?
Julie Samnadda: EU Copyright: Court of Justice of the European Union 2012-2013
Marty Schwimmer: The Law Of Shapes To Come: 3D Printing And The Protection of Shapes
Selvyn Seidel: Time to Pass the Baton?
Selvyn Seidel: Duty to Know
Selvyn Seidel: Investing in Commercial Claims; New York Perspectives
Selvyn Seidel: The Lawyer’s “Duty-to-Know & Duty-to-Tell” in Third Party Funding: A Time to Recognise & Respect these Obligations
Selvyn Seidel: Players in the IP Monetization Industry
Barry B. Sookman: Fordham 21st Annual Conference on Intellectual Property Law and Policy: Performance Rights in Copyright: Public, Private or “Digital”? Cablevision: How It and
Its Doctrines Have Fared Around the World
Alain Strowel: Design Law as a Weapon in the Smartphone Wars on the EU Battleground
Romano Subiotto: Legal Assessment of Patent Settlement Agreements Containing “Reverse” Payments
Karen R. Thorland: Piracy 2.0
Monika Tomczak-Górlikowska: Review of Recent Developments and Policy Issues in EU Competition Law
Joris van Manen: On-line Piracy, and the Intermediaries
Robert van Peursem: The European Unitary Patent & the Unified Patent Court: Overview, Preparatory Committee & Crystal Ball
Silke von Lewinski: Communication to the Public According to the Court of Justice of the European Union
Pierre Véron: Procedure Before the Unified Patent Court
Joseph Wayland: FRAND and Injunctions: The Government Perspective
Justin Watts: Smartphones: FRAND, Injunctions and Other Issues
Marcus von Welser: The EU-Council’s Proposal for a Customs Enforcement Regulation
Weerawit Weeraworawit: Multilateral Developments
Bruce M. Wexler: Hatch-Waxman Update: Recent Trends in DOE
Mary Wong: The New Generic Top Level Domains (gTLDs) – Current Issues & Ongoing Trademark Concerns
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM THE 2012 CONFERENCE
Setsuko Asami: JPO’s Office Update
Benjamin Bai: IP Developments in China
Barton Beebe: An Empirical Study of U.S. Copyright Fair Use Cases
Lionel Bently: Harmonization By Stealth: Copyright and the ECJ
Colin Birss: Come Over to Patents County
David Brennan: Tobacco Plain Packaging Act 2011
Don Cameron: A Purposive Construction of Free World
Giovanni Casucci Antitrust Defense in IP Litigations: From Orange Book (D) to Samsung vs Apple (IT)
Peter Charleton: Copyright as One of Several Competing Rights in European Law
Peter Charleton: Copyright as One of Several Competing Rights in European Law – Slides
Tod Cohen: Legitimate IP Enforcement Requires Balance – Slides
Trevor Cook: Exceptions and Limitations to Copyright in the EU Under Pressure
Brian Cordery: The UK Reaction to Medeva – Slides
Richard Cotton: Scope of Digital Theft Problem
Jürgen Dressel: Second Medical Use Patents
Dimitrios Drivas: Current Developments in U.S. Patent Law
Huw Evans: What Claim Construction Means in Europe and Why It Matters in International Patent Litigation
Alfred Fabricant: Patent Litigation With Non-Practicing Entities: Strategies, Trends and Techniques
Mihály Ficsor: European adventures around ACTA
Mihály Ficsor: Balancing of Copyright as Human Right with Other Human Rights
Mihály Ficsor: The Imaginary European Copyright Code
Mihály Ficsor: The Imaginary “European Copyright Code” and EU Copyright Policy – Slides
Judith Finell: Risky Business: How Technology Has Changed Music Copyright Disputes and Posed New Forensic Challenges
Chuck Fish: FRAND / RAND: Do We Have a Problem here? And What About Self-Help?
Christopher Floyd: Infringement by Repair and the Troublesome Definition of “Making” the Invention: A critique of Schütz v Werit.
Penny Gilbert: Biotech and Gene Patents: HGS v Eli Lilly
Heinz Goddar: Novelty Grace Periods Worldwide – Slides
Heinz Goddar: Novelty Grace Periods Worldwide – Abstract
Robert Goldman: U.S. Patent Damages After Uniloc: Problems of Proof, Persuasion and Procedure
Klaus Grabinski: Inspections and Access to Evidence in Patent Litigation – German Approach
Klaus Grabinski: European Patent with Unitary Effect and Unified Patent Court
Jeffery Handelman: OHIM Boards of Appeal and U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board: A Close Look and Comparison
P. Bernt Hugenholtz: Copyright in Europe: 20 Years Ago, Today and What the Future Holds
P. Bernt Hugenholtz: Fair Use In Europe: In Search of Flexibilities
Roger Hughes: The Judiciary and IP in the 21st Century
Gordon Humphreys: Year 2 of OHIM Design Cases Before Luxembourg: Balancing the Scales of Justice
Gordon Humphreys: A Selective Review of Year 2 of OHIM Design Cases Before Luxembourg – Slides
Sir Robin Jacob: EU Patents: Where Has It Been? Where is It Going?
Myles Jelf: Harmonizing Patent Law:An Obviously Impossible Task?
Christine Kanz: Supplementary Protection Certificates: Introduction, Medeva and the German Reaction
Eiji Katayama: Recent Japanese Cases on Doctrine of Equivalents
Shimako Kato: Japanese View about Subject Matter Eligibility of Gene Patents — Should the Bar Be Raised?
David Kitchin: Lowering the Bar – The Requirement of Industrial Application in Biotech Cases
Howard Knopf: Access Copyright Case
Howard Knopf: Fair Use & Fair Dealing and How Canada May Achieve the Best of Both Worlds
Howard Knopf: Music Industries and Copyright Tribunals
Valentine Korah: EU Competition Law: From a Static, Form-based Approach Towards a Dynamic Approach
Ari Laakkonen: Overview of Developments in Telecoms Patent Litigation
Greg Lastowka: Presentation in Video Games Session
Marshall Leaffer: A Twenty Year Retrospective on Trademark Law in Ten Cases
Richard Lehv: Louboutin v. YSL
Joel Leviton: The Evolving First Amendment Defense to Right of Publicity Claims – Slides
Harley Lewin: Fordham University Law School Functionality and Trademark Law
Adrian Looney: Technology Transfer and IP Driving the Pace of Innovation
Paul Maier: OHIM and Its Role in the Past, Today and Where It is Going
Paul Maier: OHIM – Slides
Spyros Maniatis: Red Soles, Gas Bottles and Ethereal Market Places: Competition, Context and Trade Mark Law
Spyros Maniatis: Trade Mark (Competition) Issues
Stanford McCoy: Three Ways of Thought About Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights
Pauline Newman: The Grand Experiment, After Three Decades
Alice Pezard: Generic Use of Trademarks in Branded Products
Arti K. Rai: The Past, Present, and Future of Patent Law: An Institutional Approach
Peter Ruess: Territorial Scope of Community Trademark Injunctions After ECJ’s Chronopost v. DHL decision
Jerker Rydén: Extended Collective Licensing: Not “A Bridge Too Far” – A Bridgehead to Mass Digitization and New Business Models Enabling Mass Usage of Copyright Protected Works in the 21st Century?
Michael Schlesinger: MegaUpload and Aftereffects: “Notorious” Foreign Sites (also, Rethinking Secondary Liability)
Graham Smith: EU Aggregation and Related Cases: Copyright Control of Technological Processes
Christopher Stothers: Paediatric Extensions – Issues and Challenges
Christopher Stothers: Free Movement & Copyright:A Review of the Decoder Cases
Hideko Takemiya: Recent IP High Ct. Grand Panel Judgment on Product-by-Process Claims
John Temple Lang: European Commission’s Review of Technology Transfer Regulation and Guidelines
Jay Thomas: Into a Silver Age: US Patent Law 1992-2012
Monika Tomczak-Gorlikowska: Decentralized Enforcement of Competition Law in the EU – Is This a Fairy Tale?
James Tumbridge: Is the Unified Patent Court Worth It?
Rebecca Tushnet: Aesthetic Functionality – Slides
Jansen Viana: Global Patent Developments – A General Overview on Brazil
Marcus von Welser: The Proposed EU Customs Enforcement Regulation and Goods in Transit
Weerawit Weeraworawit: Mutual Impacts of Emerging IPRs and Human Rights
Elizabeth Weiswasser: Injunctive Relief in U.S. Courts
Bruce Wexler: Claim Construction & Repair
Zhang Ye: Utility Model System in China
Zhu Li: The New Developments of IPR Judicial Protection in China
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM THE 2011 CONFERENCE
Mr Justice Arnold: Initial Interest Confusion in European Trade Mark Law
James Bollinger: The Business Method Paradox for the Financial Industry
Roger G. Brooks: Patent Righs and Open Source Software
Anna Carboni: Trademark Reflections on the Royal Wedding
Anna Carboni: Lookalikes: Can Telling the Truth be Unfair?
David O. Carson: Regulatory and Judicial Developments Regarding the DMCA’s Anticircumvention Provision
Judge Peter Charleton: Copyright Piracy and the Internet
Trevor Cook: EU Trademark Dilution – Making it up as we go along?
Brian Cordery: Supplementary Protection Certificates – Recap and Status
Jurgen Dressel: Scope of Supplementary Protection Certificates (SPCs)
Josef Drexl: Competition Law Defenses to Patent Infringement in Germany
Dimitrios T. Drivas: Review of Case Law and Legislative Developments in Patents
Mihaly Fiscor: The Role of Collecting Societies: Promises and Problems – Collective Management at Important Crossroads in the EU
Peter Fowler: Are there never-ending challenges in IP Enforcement? Is it time for a regime change?
Eleanor Fox: Price Theory and Innovation Theory: The Changing Balance
Gene Patents Session Materials: Summary of Amicus Briefs in the Myriad Briefs
Daniel Glazer: Reconsidering Initial Interest Confusion on the Internet
Daniel Glazer: Revisiting Initial Interest Confusion on the Internet
Judge Klaus Grabinski: Patent Claim Interpretation under Art. 69 EPC – Should Prosecution history be used to interpret the patent?
Justice Roger T. Hughes: Just as Nature abhors a Vacuum so the Law abhors a Monopoly
Gordon Humphreys: What’s in a year in Luxembourg? Learning from recent case law on registered Community designs (paper)
Gordon Humphreys: What’s in a year in Luxembourg? Learning from recent case law on registered Community designs (powerpoint)
Judge Yasuhito Inoue: International Jurisdiction on Litigations over Patent Infringements through the Internet in Japan
IP Enforcement in China materials: 21st U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade
Program for Special Campaign on Combating IPR Infringement and Manufacture and Sales of Counterfeiting and Shoddy Commodities
Judge Rian Kalden: Claim Construction
Ian Karet: Patents and Competition Law
Eiji Katayama: Patent Law Reform in Japan
Shimako Kato: Recent Developments in Inventivness in Japan
Gertjan Kuipers: A European Perspective on Remedies
Annette Kur: The EU Trade Mark Study
Ari Laakkonen: Defences to Patent Infringement in standards context
John Temple Lang: The Situation of the proposed unitary European Patent after the Opinion of the Court of Justice on the proposed European and Community Patents Court
Vanessa Marsland: target=”_blank”EU Scope of Copyright Protection for computer programs
Stevan Metalitz: Copyright and Enforcement in U.S. Free Trade Agreements/a>
Suzanne Michel: The Evolving IP Marketplace: Aligining Patent Notice and Remedies with Competition
Wendy Miller: Patent Inducement – Global Tech Appliances Inc v. SEB S.A.
Wendy Miller Patent Inducement (powerpoint)
Kenichi Morooka IP Issues from the viewpoint of the JPO
Jonathan Moskin: Retargeting Keyword Ads for Potential New Uses
Jonathan Moskin: Virtual Trademark Use – the Parallel World of Keyword Ads
Jonathan Moskin: Victoria’s Big Secret: Whither Dilution Under the Federal Dilution Act?
Jonathan Moskin: Bone of Fido Parody: Louis Vuitton v. Chewy Vuiton
Brian P. Murphy: Gene Patents: The Myriad Genetics Case and its Controversies
Sean O’Connor: Patent Inducement
Robert P. Parker: ITC and Patents
James Pooley: Risks and Opportunities of Working outside the Multilateral System
Judge Vittorio Ragonesi: The Protection of the Traditional Cultural Expressions and the Berne Convention
Mary Rasenberg: Viacom v. Youtube – the Future of Section 512 Safe Harbors?
Peter Reuss: New Developments for Trademarks online – ECJ Rules on Adwords and Provider Liability
Jan Rosen: Extended Collective License – what, when, where?
Lawrence Rosen: Implementing Open Standards in Open Source
David Rosenberg: The European Patent: Current prospects and alternatives
Eric H. Smith: Anti-Piracy Enforcement in China: Progress or Standing Still?
Gerald Sobel: A Problem at the Patent-Regulatory-Antitrust Interface: Settling Hatch-Waxman Patent Infringement Cases by Reverse Payment
Dr A. Stamatopoulos: Summary of the decision G2/08 of the Enlarged Board of Appeal (Powerpoint)
Dr A. Stamatopoulos: Summary of the decision G2/08 of the Enlarged Board of Appeal (Paper)
Judge Marina Tavassi: An analysis of the relationship between private and public enforcement of competition law from the point of view of European and Italian Judges
Judge Marina Tavassi: Specialized Trademark Courts – the Italian Experience
Steve Tepp: Rogues Gallery: A Survey of Rogue Sites Ecosystem
Monika Tomczak: The Aftermath of the AstraZeneca Case
Albert Tramposch: Is Substantive Patent Harmonization Back? A Report from the USPTO
Roy F. Waldron: What does Open Innovation look like for the Pharmaceutical Industry?
Justin Watts: The Premier League Case – Why following the Advocate-General would be a pyrrhic victory for Free Movement
Weerawit Weeraworawit: IP Incidental?
Harold C. Wegner: The “Gold Standard” Grace Period under Fire
Du Ying: The 3rd Amendment of the P.R. China Trademark Law
Peter Yu: Measuring Piracy and Counterfeiting in China
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM THE 2010 CONFERENCE
Brian Cordery: Inventive Step or Out of Step?
Gail Evans: Comparative Advantages of Geographical Indications
Susy Frankel: Cross-Retaliation in TRIPS
John M. Golden: Principles for Patent Remedies
F. Willem Grosheide: 2009 Infopaq Decision: Has Originality Criterion Been Harmonised?
F. Willem Grosheide:ECJ Infopaq-Decision
Myles Jelf: FRAND Obligations: Consequences for National Patent Courts
John Temple Lang: Restrictions on Parallel Trade
Tilman Lueder: Orphan Works Challenge
Cecilio Madero: European Antitrust Law Responses
Sylvie Mandel: Genuine Use of Trademarks
Peter Ruess: Abusing the Right to Exclude: European Antitrust Law Responses
Harri Salmi: The Overlap of EU Community Design and Trade Mark Protection
Christopher Stothers: Nokia and In-Transit Border Controls
Harold C. Wegner: Making Patent Worksharing Work 1
Harold C. Wegner: Making Patent Worksharing Work 2
Robert van Peurseum: European Approach to Inventive Step
PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS FROM THE 2009 CONFERENCE
Allen Dixon: Data Privacy Personal Right or Infringement Facilitator
Charlotte Waelde: Image Control
Daniel Ravicher: Fair Use For Patents
Edward Nodder: Preliminary Injunctions Under European Patents
Edward Vassallo: Design Patent Infringement
Eiji Katayama: Proof Issue Under the Japanese Patent Litigation
Harri Salmi: Community Designs
John Golden: Injunctive Relief A Comparative Analysis
Justin Hughes: Copyright Enforcement on the Internet in Three Acts
Klaus Grabinski: Patent Infringement Litigation German Approach
Marshall Leaffer: Post Mortem Publicity Rights in the United States
Mihaly Ficsor: Three-Step Test
Nils Bortloff: ISP Cooperation Practical and Political Considerations
Reto Hilty: Web2.0 and Exceptions Limitations
Richard Arnold: Bad Faith in Community Trade Mark Law
Robert van Peursem: Evidence and Experts
Stanley Lai: Participation in Enforcement Efforts
Susan Scafidi: Intellectual Property and Fashion Design
Alastair McCulloch: Obviousness Inventive Step UK
Anselm Sanders: Are Successors and Patent Assignees Bound by FRAND Terms
Brian Cordery: Cross Border Patent Infringement The UK Perspective
Cecilio Madero: IPR Policies for ICT Standards Under Article82EC
Cecilio Madero: The CISAC Decision and Its Implementation
Christopher Stothers: Is Competition Law the Wrong Prescription for the Pharmaceutical Sector
Daryl Lim: Patent Misuse and Antitrust
David Bloch: Monetization of Patent and Other IP Rights
David Carson: The Cartoon Network(Cablevision) Decision
David Kitchin: How Much for How Little
Donald Pfaff: A Scientists View of the Timing of Applications for Patents
Frank Erich Hufnagel: Cross Border Patent Infringement A German Perspective
Gabriel Cuonzo: Cross Border Patent Litigation An Italian Perspective
Gordon Humphreys: Freedom of Speech and Trademarks
Ian Karet: Second Medical Uses and Methods of Treatment
James McEwen: The Impact of Monetization of Patent Rights on Patent Prosecution
John Richards: Obviousness and Inventive Step New Differences
Kaz Kazenske: Patent Offices Strategy for Work Sharing
Kaz Kazenske: Patents Business Methods and Software-Implemented Inventions
Martin Adelman: Lundbeck and Chemical Product Inventions
Michael Hartogs: Licensing and Standards-The Case for FRAND
Mihaly Ficsor: Collective Managament The Limits of Regulatory Interventions
Myles Jelf: Intangible Patents The European Patent Office Approach
Peter Fowler: Capacity-Building As An Integral Tool In IPR Enforcement Efforts the USPTO Experience
Peter Meier Beck: Obviousness Inventive Step The German Approach
Peter Ruess: Recent EU Law on Online Trademark Infringement
Robert Burrell: Trade Marks and Free Speech a Call for Caution
Robin Jacob: The European Commission Pharma Sector Inquiry
Ron Zink: The Intersection of Online Advertising and Trademark Law
Roya Ghafele: Branding Intellectual Property the Next Step
Roya Ghafele: Paradox of Accounting Innovation
Roya Ghafele: Perceptions of Intellectual Property
Shimako Kato: Discussion Over Patentable Subject Matter in Japan
Sumiko Sekine: Allegation of Patent Invalidity in Patent Infringement Litigation
Ted Shapiro: Premier League Case
Timo Ruikka: Private Copy Levies One Beast or Many
PAPERS FROM THE 2008 CONFERENCE
2008 Special 301 CANADA Report
Bernt Hugenholtz: Never forever EIPR
Brian Nolan: Willful Infringement and Attorney Opinions After Seagate – What’s Next?
Christopher Stothers: Patent Exhaustion
John R. Thomas: CRC Report For Congress
Daryl Lim: Executive Summary for Panelists
Daryl Lim: Global Trends
David O. Carson: Sound Recordings: Developments and Prospects in U.S. Law
Eric Smith: IP alliance 08 Special 301 Report
Gillian Black: Recent Developmets in Publicity in the UK
Howard Knopf: Canadian Copyright
Jeremy Brown: Medical Method Patents in Europe – EPO and UK
John Temple Lang: JParallel Imports – Comment on GlaxoSmith
John Pegram: Outline of Willfulness Materials
John Richards: Comparative Obviousness
Limitations and Exceptions to Copyright
Lionel Bently: Identity and the Law
Maurits Dolmans: Competition Policy International
Michael Einhorn: A Year To Remember
Michelle Mancino Marsh: Famous Marks Doctrine not Recognized by New York Appeals Court
Michelle Marsh 1
Michelle Marsh 2
Michelle Marsh 3
Michelle Marsh 4
Michelle Marsh 5
Michelle Marsh 6
Michelle Marsh: Famous Marks
Peter Yu: Intellectual Property, Foreign Direct Investment and the China Exception
Ray Berkerman: Atlantic v Brennan
Ray Berkerman: Quotes
Timo Ruikka: Slideset FRAND – a Business Perspective
Timo Ruikka: Paper FRAND Undertakings in Standardization – a Business Perspective
Tilman Lueder: The Economic and Social Situation of Europe’s Performing Artists
Vancise: Because I Said So
Valentine Korah: Judgement of the Court of First Instance in GlaxoSmithKline
Volker Kitz: Private Peers
Volker Kitz: Private Peers
Wolfgang von Meibom: FRAND Defence Patent Infringement
PAPERS FROM THE 2007 CONFERENCE
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