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42 - Transition and Coherence in Intellectual Property Law

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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  29 December 2020

Niklas Bruun
Affiliation:
Hanken School of Economics (Finland)
Graeme B. Dinwoodie
Affiliation:
Chicago-Kent College of Law
Marianne Levin
Affiliation:
Stockholm University Department of Law
Ansgar Ohly
Affiliation:
Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich Faculty of Law
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Summary

The nature and content of intellectual property law, which is heavily contingent on the state of technology and on social and market developments, have always been subject to ongoing transitions. How those transitions are effected and the shape they take is crucial to the ability of intellectual property (IP) to achieve its stated goals and to provide the necessary climate for investment in creativity, innovation and brand differentiation. The first half of this book explored those questions, as discussed more fully below in section 42.2.

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Transition and Coherence in Intellectual Property Law
Essays in Honour of Annette Kur
, pp. 489 - 512
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021

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