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Author Pila, Justine, author.

Title The subject matter of intellectual property / Justine Pila (University of Oxford).

Published Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2017.
©2017.

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 UniM Law  KB 209 PILA    AVAILABLE
Edition First edition.
Physical description xxxiv, 279 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1 Definitions and Intellectual Properly Subject Matter 1 -- 1 Definitions and Intellectual Property Subject Matter 1 -- 2 Specific Definitional Aims and Methods 4 -- 3 Definitions of 'Invention', 'Authorial Work', 'Trade Mark', and 'Design', etc 12 -- 4 Conclusions 22 -- 2 An Overview of Intellectual Property Rights and Systems 25 -- 1 Introduction 25 -- 2 Intellectual Property Law In England and France before the 1880s 25 -- 3 Early Deontological and Instrumentalist Arguments for Intellectual Property 29 -- 4 Great (Paris and Berne) Conventions of the 1880s 31 -- 5 Intellectual Property Law in Europe and the United Kingdom Today 34 -- 6 Distinctions of Importance to Intellectual Property Rights 55 -- 7 Conclusion 60 -- 3 A Framework for Thinking about Intellectual Property Subject Matter 63 -- 1 Introduction 63 -- 2 Intellectual Property Subject Matter as Artifacts 65 -- 3 Intellectual Property Subject Matter as Types 72 -- 4 Categories of Intellectual Property Subject Matter 81 -- 5 Properties of Intellectual Property Subject Matter 88 -- 6 Conclusion 95 -- 4 Invention and Plant Variety 97 -- 1 Patents for Inventions, and Plant Variety Rights for Plant Varieties 97 -- 2 Inventions in Europe: Subject Matter that Solves a Technical Problem Using Particular Technical Means 99 -- 3 Inventions in the United Kingdom: Subject Matter that Make a Technical Contribution to the Art 116 -- 4 Plant Varieties in Europe (Including the United Kingdom) 123 -- 5 Entidement 125 -- 6 Conclusions 131 -- 5 Authorial Work 141 -- 1 Copyright Protects Authorial Works and Related Rights Protect Other Expressive Productions 141 -- 2 Authorial Works in Europe: Works that Express an Author's Own (Literary or Artistic) Intellectual Creation 143 -- 3 Authorial Works in the United Kingdom: Works Created by the Exercise of Independent (Literary, Dramatic, Musical, or Artistic)Skill and Labour 151 -- 4 Entitlement: Copyright Is for Authors 178 -- 5 Conclusions: Authorial Works as Artifact Types Having Certain Properties and Arranged in Categories that Express and Reflect those Properties 179 -- 6 Trade Mark, Other Product Designations, and Goodwill 187 -- 1 Registered Protection for Trade Marks and Other Product Designations, and Unregistered Protection for Goodwill 187 -- 2 Trade Marks and Other Product Designations in Europe (Including the United Kingdom): Purpose-limited Signs the Protection of which Does Not Undermine Other Intellectual Property Regimes 192 -- 3 Goodwill in England and Wales: 'The Attractive Force Which Brings in Custom' 218 -- 4 Entitlement 220 -- 5 Conclusions 224 -- 7 Design 233 -- 1 Registered and Unregistered Protection for Designs 233 -- 2 Registered and Unregistered Design in Europe, and the Registered Design in the United Kingdom: An Original Appearance of the Whole or Part of a Product 238 -- 3 Unregistered Design in the United Kingdom: An Original Appearance of the Whole or Part of an Article 252 -- 4 Entitlement: Registered and Unregistered Design Rights are for Designers (ie for Authors) 262 -- 5 Conclusions: Registered and Unregistered Designs as Artifact Types Having Certain Properties and Arranged in Categories that Express and Reflect those Properties 263.
Subject Intellectual property.
ISBN 0199688613
9780199688616