The Public Interest and the Construction of Exceptions to Patentee's Rights - A comparative Study of UK and German law
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The thesis analyses the concept of public interest with regards to exceptions to patent rights. It is submitted that patent rights are generally provided for a utilitarian purpose which is to enable technological advance. This goal is meant to be achieved by providing exclusive rights over the patented invention. Often however public interest considerations also mandate a limit to the exercise of the patent right through exceptions.
AuthorsMimler, Marc Dominic
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