Intellectual property excesses : exploring the boundaries of IP protection / edited by Enrico Bonadio and Aislinn O'Connell.

  • Oxford ; London ; New York ; New Delhi ; Sydney : Hart, 2022.
  • ©2022
xviii, 351 pages ; 24 cm


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Copyright Term Extension : Good Morning to You Productions v. Warner/Chappell Music / Giancarlo Frosio
  • Copyright Liability and Music 'Piracy' : Capitol Records v. Thomas-Rasset / Peter Mezei
  • ASCAP v. The Girl Scouts of America : The IP Excesses of Collective Management Organisations / Jonathan Band and Brandon Butler
  • Copyright and Public Domain Works : Highsmith v. Getty / Vishv Priya Kohli and Stina Teilmann-Lock
  • Copyright and Related Rights in Intimate Images : Chrissy Chambers and Other Victim-Survivors / Aislinn O'Connell
  • Biopiracy as an Abuse of the Patent System / Aman K Gebru
  • Allergan's Restasis and the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe : Chronicles of a Desperate Move, an Announced Defeat and a Collective Sigh of Relief / Stefano Barazza
  • Limiting Access to Life-Saving Medications : Three South African Case Studies / Caroline Ncube
  • Patent Trolls and Their Excesses : Blackbird Tech v. Cloudflare / Enrico Bonadio and Magali Contardi
  • From Asset to Liability : Five Scenarios of Excessive Protection of Trade Secrets / Amir H. Khoury
  • The Not-So-Friendly Neighbourhood Super-Hero / Mitchell Adams
  • Protection of Colour Per Se : Or, #Freethepink and the Battle Over 'Magenta' / Tim W. Dornis
  • International Investment Agreements and Intellectual Property : Philip Morris v. Uruguay / Althaf Marsoof
  • Reverse Domain Name Hijacking : Camilla Australia v. Domain Admin, Mrs Jello / Zinatul Ashiqin Zainol
  • Ambush Marketing and IP Expansion : FIFA, Bavaria and the 2010 World Cup South Africa / Amanda Scardamaglia
  • ROBOTS (and Elvis Imitators) AGAIN : Estate of Presley v. Russen and Right of Publicity Over-Reaches in US Law / Marc H. Greenberg
  • 1509944885 ((hardcover))
  • 9781509944880 ((hardcover))
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