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Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights through Border Measures: Law and Practice in the EU 2nd ed isbn 9780199692934

Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights through Border Measures: Law and Practice in the EU

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Edited by: Oliver Vrins, Marius Schneider

ISBN13: 9780199288793
ISBN: 0199288798
New Edition ISBN: 9780199692934
Published: February 2006
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This book is a practical guide on anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy measures at the borders of the enlarged European Community. It deals with all aspects of 'border measures' under Regulation (EC) 1383/2003. As well as providing a thorough description of the implementation of the new regime, the publication also fills in the gaps by including areas of national law, thus providing a coherent overview of the application of the current regime of border measures in place within the European Union.

The main topics addressed are: (i) the general background behind the phenomena of counterfeiting and piracy in Europe (by Prof. Michael Blakeney); (ii) the international legal framework for border measures (Paris Convention, Berne Convention, TRIPS, WIPO Model Provisions, etc.) (by Prof. Daniel Gervais), as well as (EC) Regulation 1383/2003, Implementing Regulation 1891/2004 and the case law of the European Court of Justice (by Mr Schneider and Mr Vrins); (iii) the main part of the book is devoted to national reports on the application of border measures in all 25 Member Countries of the European Community; (iv) the last Chapter of the book highlights the similarities and differences in the approaches adopted by the Member States when faced with infringements of intellectual property rights at the borders, and attempts to emphasize how these are relevant to right-holders when defining their strategies in the fight against such infringements.

This manual is the very first English language publication dealing with the practical application of Regulation 1383/2003 in all 25 Member Countries of the European Community.

  • A practical guide to using border measures against the importation of goods infringing intellectual property rights into the European Union
  • The book gives full coverage of EC Regulation 1383/2003 concerning customs action against goods suspected of infringing certain intellectual property rights and 1891/2004 laying down provisions for its implementation
  • Written by a specialist practitioner editor and contributor team giving all practical aspects of problems involving multi-state abuses of intellectual property rights (including how to contact customs authorities, useful website addresses, and more)
  • Pulls together a substantial amount of key information not always readily available, thereby saving valuable research time R
  • eader-friendly layout with consistent design for all of the 25 national reports, facilitating the ability to compare different national approaches and make strategic decisions

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Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Part I: Introduction
1. Michael Blakeney: The Phenomenon of Counterfeiting and Piracy in the European Union: Factual Overview and Legal and Institutional Framework
Part II: International Background and Legal Framework
2. Daniel Gervais: The International Legal Framework on Border Measures in the fight against Counterfeiting and Piracy
Part III: Community Legal Framework
3. Marius Schneider and Olivier Vrins: Regulation (EC) 1383/2003
Part IV: Border Measures at the National Level
4. Helmut Sonn: Austria
5. Olivier Vrins and Marius Schneider: Belgium
6. Hermione Markides and Alecos Markides: Cyprus
7. Petra Korejzová: Czech Republic
8. Mads Marstrand-Jorgensen and Bernhard Posner: Denmark
9. Raivu Koitel: Estonia
10. Bernt Juthström and Johanna Harsu: Finland
11. Juliette Biardeaud: France
12. Stefanie Körber: Germany
13. Dimitra Georganda and Ekaterini Mouzaki: Greece
14. László Bérczes: Hungary
15. Patrica McGovern and Áine Matthews: Ireland
16. Raffaella Barbuto and Raffaella Arista: Italy
17. Gatis Merzvinskis and Mara Uzulena: Latvia
18. Asta Lukosiute: Lithuania
19. Gary Cywie: Luxembourg
20. David Tonna and Antoine Camilleri: Malta
21. Frits Mutsaerts, Maaike Grondman, Christine Noordzij and Marchien Maks: The Netherlands
22. Dorota Rzqzewska and Zofia Senda: Poland
23. Nuno Cruz and Gonçalo Moreira Rato: Portugal
24. Jan Hák: Slovakia
25. Gregor Macek and Andrej Bukovnik: Slovenia
26. Ignacio Diez de Rivera Elzaburu and Luis H. Larramendi: Spain
27. Bengt Eliasson and Helena Wassén Öström: Sweden
28. Alison Firth and Jeremy Phillips: United Kingdom
Part V: Conclusion
29. Jeremy Phillips: Intellectual Property: Borders and Crossroads
Appendices
EC Regulation 1383/2003 concerning customs action against goods suspected of infringing certain intellectual property rights
EC Regulation 1891/2004 laying down provisions for the implementation of EC Regulation 1383/2003
TRIPS Agreement: Section 4 (Articles 51 - 60): 'Special Requirements Related to Border Measures'