Brexit and Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual property law concerns the various legal rights that protect the intangible rights in innovation and creative endeavour as a form of property and are valuable business assets. The government, advised the by the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) had expressed a clear gold of ensuring that an effective IP regime that supports UK innovation and creativity is maintained. Les mer
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Om boka

Intellectual property law concerns the various legal rights that protect the intangible rights in innovation and creative endeavour as a form of property and are valuable business assets. The government, advised the by the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) had expressed a clear gold of ensuring that an effective IP regime that supports UK innovation and creativity is maintained. This will provide opportunities and certain challenges will need to be overcome. Offering factual information on the future of the UK's IP regime for academics and practitioners, this book addresses the future of key pieces of IP law legislation related to copyright law, database law, design law, trade mark law, patent law, the law of confidence, geographical indications, plant varieties. It critically analyses how the UK IP legal framework should look after Exit Day.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

Background and history to the UK's involvement in the EU's IP Legal Framework




BREXIT- how, why, when?







Introduction to IP and the UK's IP Ecosystem







Opportunities & Challenges







International IP Framework: how is it applied in the UK and the EU










UK's existing IP Legal Framework and the IP ecosystem










Impact of Brexit

Om forfatteren

Janice Denoncourt is a senior lecturer in intellectual property law and company law at Nottingham Law School, Nottingham Trent University in the United Kingdom