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Vol 24 No 11 Nov/Dec 2019

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Intellectual Property in Electronics and Software: A Global Guide to Rights and Their Applications 2nd ed


ISBN13: 9781787422049
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781905783960
Published: November 2019
Publisher: Globe Law and Business
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £148.00



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The software, communications and electronics markets are among the world’s most innovative and competitive. Robust competition means that developers and manufacturers of software, mobile phones, gaming devices, computers, digital cameras and other consumer appliances must leverage their intellectual property (IP) rights to sustain competitive advantage. However, this can be difficult, as much innovation takes place at the intersection of patent, design and copyright law. Although much law is harmonised, significant variations remain both in law and in practice. Intellectual Property in Electronics and Software provides practical guidance and addresses key IP law issues in major jurisdictions worldwide which impact on software and electronics companies. Topics covered include: the challenges of obtaining protection

Software protection and the limits of patentability

Patent strategy, including approaches to patent drafting to maximise protection

Standards setting and reasonable and non-discriminatory licensing

Open source software

and other forms of protection such as unfair competition and design rights. This new edition covers the latest case law on open source software and standard essential patents and features new chapters on the possible impact of the Unified Patent Court and Unitary Patent. Geographical coverage has also been expanded to include details of the procedures and protection available in Italy. Written by a team of leading specialists in IP law, this is an invaluable guide to navigating the complex and overlapping rights which protect innovation in this field.

Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Introduction - Nicholas Fox
Part I: Multi-jurisdictional issues
An introduction to international IP instruments relevant to electronics and software - Nick Bassil of Kilburn & Strode LLP
Standard setting, competition law and FRAND licensing in Europe - Natalie Coan, Caitlin Heard, Louisa Mottaz, Chris Watson of CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Licensing principles of open source software - Heather Meeker of O’Melveny & Myers
Part II: European perspectives
Patents in Europe - Nicholas Fox
Enforcement in Europe - Nicholas Fox
Unified Patent Court - Nicholas Fox and Michael Burdon of Simmons & Simmons
Part III: National perspectives – European
France - Pierre-Olivier Ally of Bitfury Group and Marianne Schaffner of Reed Smith LLP
Germany - Erik Gelke of Leinen & Derichs Anwaltssozietät and Martin Köhler of Hoyng Rokh Monegier
Italy - Elena Martini of Martini Manna Avvocati
United Kingdom - Nicholas Fox
Part IV: National perspectives – Non-European
Australia - Peter Leonard of Data Synergies and UNSW Business School and Chris Williams of Gilbert + Tobin
Canada - Kendrick Lo of Law Office of Kendrick Lo and Joanna Ma of Bereskin & Parr LLP
China - Handong Ran of Maucher Jenkins and Min Xu of Huahe IP Limited
Hong Kong - Adelaide Yu of Rouse Legal Hong Kong
India - Prashant Phillips of Lakshmi Kumaran & Sridharan
Japan - Nobuhito Ishihara, Nobuyuki Kashiwa, Takashi Katagiri, Keisuke Soeda, Shoji Yoshida of Kyowa Patent and Law Office
South Korea - Kenneth K. Cho of Wiggin and Dana LLP, Gregory B. Kang of Nath, Goldberg & Meyer and Hyejung Lee, Yoon Sang Lee and Chang Hwan Shin of Kim & Chang
United States - Christopher Johns and Timothy May of Finnegan LLP