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Thursday, 30 June 2005


The fun-packed July issue of Sweet & Maxwell's European Intellectual Property Review has come out. Goodies on offer include:

* Silke von Lewinski of the Max Planck Institute on whether there is international exhaustion of the distribution right under EU copyright law;
* Jinseok Park of the University of Sheffield on interpreting patent claims;
* Yunjoo Lee and Malcolm Langley of QMIPRI on statutory compensation for employees’ inventions in Japan and the UK;
*Jonathan Hurdis andh Phillippe Signore of Oblon, Spivack on protecting industrial designs in the USA;
*Blogmeister Ilanah Simon on the Lord Chancellor’s Appointed Person’s decision in Linkin Park;
* Paul Tacakberry of Ridout and Maybee on the impact of the proposed Canadian Copyright Bill on users’ rights.

The IPKat says happy reading!

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