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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Trade & Intellectual Property Protection in WTO: Collected Essays

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ISBN13: 9781905017119
ISBN: 1905017111
Published: November 2005
Publisher: Cameron May Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £125.00

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1. The Prospects for Intellectual Property in GATT
2. Perspectives of Intellectual Property in the Triangle of GATT, EC and EEA
3. Intellectual Property in International Trade Law and Policy: The GATT Connection
4. The Value and Effects of Protecting Intellectual Property Rights within the WTO
5. The Impact of New Technologies on Multilateral Trade Regulation and Governance
6. The Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of IntellectualProperty Rights
7. The Protection of Test Data Submitted to Governmental Authorities: The Impact of the TRIPS Agreement on EC Law
8. The Impact of the TRIPs Agreement on Private Practice and Litigation
9. Case: United States – Section 211 Omnibus Appropriations Act of 1998 (“Havana Club”)
10. TRIPS, the Doha Declaration and Public Health
11. Current and Future Issues Related to the TRIPS Agreement: A European Perspective
12. The TRIPs Agreement Without a Competition Agreement?;
13. The Protection of Intellectual Property Rights: A Requirement for Technology Cooperation, Foreign Investment and Equitable Returns in Biotechnology Prospecting
14. The Protection of Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge: Towards More Specific Rights and Obligations in World Trade Law
15. Legal Perspectives on Traditional Knowledge: The Case for Intellectual Property Protection
16. The Case for Protecting Geographical Indications and Traditional Knowledge in Agricultural Trade
17. Traditional Knowledge and Geographical
Indications: Foundations, Interests and Negotiating Positions;