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The Moral Dimensions of Intellectual Property Rights
(Queen Mary University of London, 2011-12-15)
The Moral Dimensions of Intellectual Property Rights explores the various aspects of IPRs in which moral evaluation and claims play a role. According to R M Hare, moral concepts and reasoning are characterized by the ...
Pope versus Curll (1741) Revisited
(Edward Elgar, 2020)
Pope versus Curll is frequently presented as a seminal case in copyright law and intellectual property more generally; one that marked – perhaps shaped even – the evolutionary trajectory of copyright leading to today’s ...
An Autonomous EU Functionality Doctrine for Shape Exclusions
Exclusionary subject matter are often underpinned by public interest considerations. In the case of shapes of products, the Court of Justice of the European Union has aligned the interpretation of the relevant exclusionary ...