Graeme W. Austin, Andrew F. Christie, Andrew T. Kenyon, Megan Richardson
Cambridge University Press
Taking as our point of departure the work of Sam Ricketson, an Australian academic who is known all over the world and whose contributions to the field of intellectual property (IP) practice and law have been both broad and extremely varied; Across Intellectual Property: Essays in Honour of Sam Ricketson is a collection of essays that examines current and fundamental topics from a variety of areas of intellectual property law. The authors come from a variety of countries, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Asia, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. The ebook is divided into four parts that move across IP regimes, disciplines, jurisdictions, and professions. Topics covered in these sections include issues such as what exactly is protected by IP regimes, differences between regimes, copyright authorship and artificial intelligence, overlaps and transplants, internationalization of IP through public and private international law, and IP intersections with historical and empirical data. Anyone who is interested in comprehending the critical issues in the rapidly developing subject of intellectual property law should read this text.
This study, which was produced by some of the most prominent intellectual property achievers in the world, gives insight on the trajectory of international intellectual property policy as well as its current state. It is a suitable tribute to the career of Sam Ricketson, who has been a notable scholar of intellectual property all over the world and one of the pioneers of intellectual property law in Australia. Director-General of the World Intellectual Property Organization, Francis Gurry
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