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Cambridge handbook international and comparative trademark law | Intellectual property

Cambridge handbook international and comparative trademark law | Intellectual property | Comparative Law tips and tricks (esp. French law for non french-speaking patrons) - Legal translation tools | Scoop.it
Include historic titlesRegister Sign in The Cambridge Handbook of International and Comparative Trademark Law Part of Cambridge Law Handbooks EDITORS:Irene Calboli, Texas A&M School of LawJane C. Ginsburg, Columbia University School of Law View all contributors DATE PUBLISHED: November 2020AVAILABILITY: Not yet published - available from November 2020 FORMAT: HardbackISBN: 9781108423090 Rate & review Hardback Add to wishlist Other available formats: eBook Looking for an inspection copy? This title is not currently available for inspection. However, if you are interested in the title for your course we can consider offering an inspection copy. To register your interest please contact asiamktg@cambridge.org providing details of the course you are teaching. Description Contents Resources Courses About the Authors Trade in goods and services has historically resisted territorial confinement, but trademark protection remains territorial, albeit within an increasingly important framework of multilateral treaties. Trademark law therefore demands that practitioners, policy-makers and academics understand principles of international and comparative law. This handbook assists in that endeavour, with chapters describing and critically analyzing international and regional frameworks, and providing comparative perspectives on the substantive issues in trademark law and related fields, such as geographic indications, advertising law, and domain names. Chapters contrast common law and civil law approaches while focusing on the US and EU trademark systems in light of the role these systems have played in the development of trademark laws. Additionally, this handbook covers other jurisdictions, both common law and civil law, on the Asia-Pacific, African, and South American continents. This work should be read by anyone seeking a better understanding of trademark law around the world. Read more Reviews & endorsements 'With brands assuming ever greater importance and value in the global market, this work is a much needed, comprehensive and insightful contribution from leading global experts.' Francis Gurry, Director General, World Intellectual Property Organization See more reviews Customer reviews Not yet reviewed Be the first to review Log in to review Product details DATE PUBLISHED: November 2020FORMAT: HardbackISBN: 9781108423090LENGTH: 680 pagesDIMENSIONS: 259 x 184 x 40 mmWEIGHT: 1.38kgCONTAINS: 14 b/w illus. 1 table AVAILABILITY: Not yet published - available from November 2020 Table of Contents Part One. International Aspects of Trademark Protection Part Two. Comparative Perspectives on Trademark Protection Part II. Look Inside Editors Irene Calboli, Texas A&M School of Law Irene Calboli is Professor of Law at Texas A&M University School of Law, Academic Fellow at the University of Geneva, and Visiting Professor at Nanyang Technological University. She is an elected member of the American Law Institute and serves on the editorial boards of the Oxford Journal of IP Law and Practice, the Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property and the WIPO-WTO Colloquium Papers. Jane C. Ginsburg, Columbia University School of Law Jane C. Ginsburg is the Morton L. Janklow Professor of Literary and Artistic Property Law at Columbia Law School. She is a Member of the American Philosophical Society, the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Corresponding Fellow of the British Academy, and an Honorary Fellow of Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge. Contributors Sam Ricketson, Daniel J. Gervais, Susanna HS Leong, Susy Frankel, Frederick W. Mostert, Irene Calboli, Coenraad Visser, Edouard Treppoz, Jane C. Ginsburg, Jacques de Werra, Annette Kur, Graeme B. Dinwoodie, Lisa P. Ramsey, Martin Senftleben, Christine Haight Farley, Jens Schovsbo, Thomas Riis, Sui Generis, Dev S. Gangjee, Kimberlee Weatherall, Graeme W. Austin, Margaret Chon, Ansgar Ohly, Rebecca Tushnet, David Tan, David Lefranc, Jacqueline D. Lipton, Jyh-An Lee, Estelle Derclaye, Ng-Loy Wee Loon,Jeremy N. Sheff, Lionel Bently, Sandra L. Rierson, Anselm Kamperman Sanders, Stacey Dogan, Miquel Peguera, Jennifer E. Rothman, Jennifer Davis, Apostolos G. Chronopoulos,Spyros M. Maniatis, Robert Burrell, Michael Handler, Nicolas Binctin RELATED BOOKS RELATED JOURNALS ALSO BY THIS AUTHOR Browse by related subject Find content that relates to you Join us online Accessibility Privacy & Legal Our Ethics Modern Slavery Statement Rights & Permissions Feedback Media Sitemap© Cambridge University Press 2020
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Comparative Law tips and tricks (esp. French law for non french-speaking patrons) - Legal translation tools
Sources of French Law in other languages (mostly in English, but not only). It may contain some sources for legal sources other than French. Dedicated mostly to Comparative Law tools, with a special concern towards Legal Translation.
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