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WIPO Journal - 2013 Volume 4 Issue 2

WIPO Journal - 2013 Volume 4 Issue 2

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* Exclusive Ownership Versus Open Commons
* Compulsory Licensing
* The International Legal Framework for the Protection of Utility Models
* The Protection of Geographical Indications for Handicrafts
* WIPO’s New Treaty and “New” Copyright for Audio-visual Performers?
* Finding the Law

“ATRIP Passes 30” Symposium
Articles:
* Exclusive Ownership Versus Open Commons
* Compulsory Licensing
* The International Legal Framework for the Protection of Utility Models
* The Protection of Geographical Indications for Handicrafts
* WIPO’s New Treaty and “New” Copyright for Audio-visual Performers?
* Finding the Law

“ATRIP Passes 30” Symposium

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CONTENTS 2013 VOLUME 4 ISSUE 2Articles
Exclusive Ownership Versus Open Commons
 Geertrui Van Overwalle
Compulsory Licensing
Cristiano Antonelli
The International Legal Framework for the Protection of Utility Models
Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan
The Protection of Geographical Indications for Handicrafts
 Delphine Marie-Vivien
WIPO’s New Treaty and “New” Copyright for Audio-visual Performers?
  Adebambo Adewopo
Finding the Law
 Midjohodo Franck Gloglo
“ATRIP Passes 30” Symposium
 ATRIP Passes 30: An Introduction
 Graeme B. Dinwoodie
ATRIP: Its Formation and Its Lively Adolescence
 William Cornish, Glen Weston and Alberto Bercovitz Rodriguez-Cano
ATRIP and the Changing Environment—A Retrospective
  Joseph Straus
The Geneva Meetings
 Horacio Rangel-Ortiz
From Exhaustion to Enhancement
 François Dessemontet
ATRIP: A Sweet Remembrance
 S.K. Verma
Musing over ATRIP
 Ysolde Gendreau
2005–2007: Focusing on the IP-Competition Law Intersection(s)
 Gustavo Ghidini
ATRIP and Publications
  Annette Kur and Jan Rosén
Taking ATRIP Down Memory Lane
 Peter K. Yu
ANALYSIS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ISSUES
THE WIPO JOURNAL: 
GENERAL EDITOR: PROFESSOR PETER K. YU
 
EDITORIAL BOARD
General Editor: Professor Peter K. Yu
Kern Family Chair in Intellectual Property Law & Director, Intellectual Property Law Center, Drake University Law School, United States
Editorial Board:
ARGENTINA
Professor Guillermo Cabanellas
Cabanellas, Etchebarne, Kelly & Dell’oro Maini, Buenos Aires
GERMANY
Professor Joseph Straus
Professor of Intellectual Property and Patent Law, Universities of Munich and Ljubljana, Marshall B. Coyne Visiting Professor of International and Comparative Law, George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C.
 
INDIA
Pravin Anand
Managing Partner, Anand and Anand, Mumbai
 JAPAN
John A. Tessensohn
Shusaku Yamamoto, Osaka
 
SOUTH AFRICA
Brian Wafawarowa
Founder and Managing Director, New Africa Books; Chairman, African Publishers’ Network
SWEDEN
Professor Jan Rosén
Professor in Private Law and Vice Dean, Stockholm University
SWITZERLAND
Professor Thomas Cottier
Managing Director of the World Trade Institute and Professor of European and International Economic Law, University of Bern
UNITED KINGDOM
Professor David Llewelyn
Professor of Intellectual Property Law, School of Law, King’s College London; Partner White & Case, London
UNITED STATES
Professor Keith Maskus
Professor of Economics, University of Colorado, Boulder
Published in association with Thomson CompuMark, West and Scientific.
 
Guidelines for authors:
 
The WIPO Journal is a peer reviewed journal.We welcome the submission of articles, comments and opinions. In general the most acceptable length for articles is between 7,000 – 10,000 words, comments approx. 3,000 words and opinions approx. 1, 500 words.All contributions must be in English. Please submit your contribution electronically as a Word document, paginated, double spaced (including footnotes). A summary in no more than 150 words should be included. Papers to be considered for submission should be sent to:
 
thewipojournal@thomsonreuters.com
.
 The paper will be considered by the General Editor and if appropriate sent for peer review to members of the Editorial Board.Submission of a paper will be held to imply that it contains original unpublished work and is not being considered for publication elsewhere. Editorial changes may be made to reflect Sweet & Maxwell house style.Copyright in all contributions remains with the contributors. The publishers acquire all publication rights.The views expressed in the WIPO Journal are of the authors and should not be considered or interpreted as those of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).The armorial bearings, flag, other emblems, abbreviation and name of the World Intellectual Property Organization, WIPO, are protected under article 6ter of the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property and may not be used, copied or reproduced without the written authorization of WIPO. Annual subscription: £52 (2 issues)

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