1. ATRIP Intellectual Property series

    Series editor: Daniel J. Gervais, Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University, US

    The ATRIP series present the fruit of annual meetings held by the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (www.atrip.org). Yielding unique opportunities for IP scholars from a global community to explore together the different facets of one overarching topic, the essence of those meetings is captured in the edited compilation of selected contributions contained in the volumes. Rather than employing a traditional, compartmentalized view of the different areas of IP, the ATRIP series typically apply a horizontal approach, cutting across the usual boundaries of legal categorisation, with the aim to uncover hidden commonalities, and accentuate the need for differentiation where that is called for. As ATRIP counts among its members leading IP scholars from all parts of the world, and actively encourages participation of highly talented young researchers, the panel of authors contributing to the volumes does not only guarantee excellence, but also represents a full and vibrant picture of contemporary, high-level IP research in an international setting.

Books in this series

TOTAL: 9
  1. Fairness, Morality and Ordre Public in Intellectual Property

    Fairness, Morality and Ordre Public in Intellectual Property

    Edited by Daniel J. Gervais
    This incisive book explores the ways in which the major notions of fairness, morality and ordre public can be used both to justify and to limit intellectual property rights. Written by an international team of experts in the field, it provides varied and sometimes divergent perspectives on how these notions are applied to different rights and in different contexts. Learn More
    April 2020   Hardback Price: $ 165.00   Web: $ 148.50
    Availability: Not yet published
  2. The Object and Purpose of Intellectual Property

    The Object and Purpose of Intellectual Property

    Edited by Susy Frankel
    Much of the debate around the parameters of intellectual property (IP) protection relates to differing views about what IP law is supposed to achieve. This book analyses the object and purpose of international intellectual property law, examining how international agreements have been interpreted in different jurisdictions and how this has led to diversity in IP regimes at a national level. Learn More
    2019   Hardback Price: $ 170.00   Web: $ 153.00
    Availability: In Stock
  3. Is Intellectual Property Pluralism Functional?

    Is Intellectual Property Pluralism Functional?

    Edited by Susy Frankel
    The international intellectual property (IP) law system allows states to develop policies that reflect their national interests. Therefore, although there is an international minimum standards framework in place, states have widely varying IP laws and differing interpretations of these laws. This book examines whether pluralism in IP law is functional when applied to copyright, patents and trademarks on an international basis. Learn More
    2019   Hardback Price: $ 195.00   Web: $ 175.50
    Availability: In Stock
  4. Intellectual Property Perspectives on the Regulation of New Technologies

    Intellectual Property Perspectives on the Regulation of New Technologies

    Edited by Tana Pistorius
    This book explores the challenges that emerging technologies and technology driven practices pose for traditional notions of intellectual property (IP) law and policy. Chapters offer perspectives from across the IP law spectrum and address questions such as; is the law evolving in the right direction and is the regulation of emerging technology supported by sound policy objectives? Covering a diverse range of topics, this book exposes the intimate relationship between IP and technology. Learn More
    2018   Hardback Price: $ 145.00   Web: $ 130.50
    Availability: In Stock
  5. Intellectual Property and General Legal Principles

    Intellectual Property and General Legal Principles

    Edited by Graeme B. Dinwoodie
    The rule of lex specialis serves as an interpretative method to determine which of two contesting norms should be used to govern. In this book, the lex specialis label is broadly applied to intellectual property and connects a series of questions: What is the scope of intellectual property law? What is the relationship between intellectual property law and general legal principles? To what extent are intellectual property laws exceptional? Drawn together by leading IP scholar Graeme Dinwoodie, these questions and others are answered carefully and reflectively by a team of expert international contributors. Learn More
    2015   Hardback Price: $ 138.00   Web: $ 124.20
    Availability: In Stock
  6. Methods and Perspectives in Intellectual Property

    Methods and Perspectives in Intellectual Property

    Edited by Graeme B. Dinwoodie
    The diversity of methods used and perspectives displayed in intellectual property law scholarship is now quite vast. This book brings together scholars from around the globe to discuss these methods and provide insights into how they are best used. Learn More
    2014   Hardback Price: $ 168.00   Web: $ 151.20
    Availability: In Stock
  7. Intellectual Property at the Crossroads of Trade

    Intellectual Property at the Crossroads of Trade

    Edited by Jan Rosén
    The book comprises thoughtful contributions on varying commercial aspects of IP, from parallel imports of pharmaceuticals to exhaustion of rights, and from trade in goods of cultural heritage to regulation of goods in transit. There is detailed discussion of licensing, including cross-border elements, online licensing, and the potential for harmonisation in Europe. This precedes a multi-layered analysis of the Anti-counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Learn More
    2013   Hardback Price: $ 155.00   Web: $ 139.50
    Availability: In Stock
  8. Individualism and Collectiveness in Intellectual Property Law

    Individualism and Collectiveness in Intellectual Property Law

    Edited by Jan Rosén
    Individualism and Collectiveness in Intellectual Property Law embraces fundamental, eternal and yet very contemporary elements in IP law dealt with in all parts of the world. There are certain classic values embedded in the protection of human effort and the creativeness of individuals. This book examines the relationship of those values to the questions inherent both in individual creativeness in a collective setting, and in the tendency to build national, regional or global monopolies based on IP rights. The respect for original ownership, the occasional need for collective management of IP rights, the idiosyncrasies of co-ownership of rights and the ever present tension to be found in encounters between exploitation of IP rights and competition law are extensively exposed in this book. Learn More
    2012   Hardback Price: $ 168.00   Web: $ 151.20
    Availability: In Stock
  9. The Structure of Intellectual Property Law

    The Structure of Intellectual Property Law

    Edited by Annette Kur, Vytautas Mizaras
    This well-researched and highly topical book analyses whether the ever-increasing degree of sophistication in intellectual property law necessarily leads to fragmentation and inconsistency, or whether the common principles informing the system are sustainable enough to offer a solid and resilient framework for legal development. Learn More
    2011   Hardback Price: $ 204.00   Web: $ 183.60
    Availability: In Stock