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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.

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