Adelman, Martin J.

Patents and Technological Progress in a Globalized World

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Table of contents

1. Substantive Patent and Utility Model Law

1. Prior Art from the Internet – A Potential Further Reason for Branching off a Utility Model from a Pending Patent Application
Alexander Klicznik

2. Registration without Examination: The Utility Model – A Useful Model?
Karsten Königer

3. Nonobviousness in German Patent Nullity Proceedings
Hans-Georg Landfermann

4. Tax Strategy Patents – a Tax Lawyer's View
Wolfgang Schön

5. Protection of Scientific Creations under Patent and Copyright Law
Gerhard Schricker

6. Personal Rights of Inventors in the Polish Legal System
Janusz Szwaja

7. The Priority Right in Patent Law – Use and Misuse?
Eike Ullmann

2. Limitations to Intellectual Property Protection

8. The Experimental Use of the Patented Invention: A Free Use or an Infringing Use?
Vincenzo Cataldo

9. Interpreting Exceptions in Intellectual Property Law
Henrik Holzapfel, Georg Werner

10. A Study on Patent Compulsory License System in China – With Particular Reference to the Drafted 3rd Amendment to the Patent Law of the P.R. of China
Xiaohai Liu

11. Compulsory Licensing in Chinese Patent Law
Xiaoguang Shan

3. Intellectual Property and Competition (Antitrust) Law

12. Deceptive Conduct in the Patent World – A Case for US Antitrust and EU Competition Law?
Josef Drexl

13. Intellectual Property and Article 82 EC
Michael Kort

14. Patents and Standards: The Antitrust Objection as a Defense in Patent Infringement Proceedings
Karolina Schöler

4. Biotechnology, Pharmaceuticals, and Patent Law

15. The Inadequacies of the Section 271 (e)(1) Jurisprudence of the United States Supreme Court
Martin J. Adelman

16. Legal and Moral Reflections on Modern Biotechnology in Use & Misuse
Shoshana Berman

17. Biotechnological Patenting and Innovation
Michael Blakeney

18. Circumventing the Debate over State Policy and Property Rights: Section 3(d) of the Indian Patents Act Law
Tanuja V. Garde

19. Medical Use Claims: EPC 2000 and its Impact on Prosecution and Enforcement
Hans-Rainer Jaenichen, Jürgen Meier, Niels Hölder

20. Purpose and Limits of the Exclusion from Patentability of Medical Methods, Especially Diagnostic Methods
Rudolf Kraßer

21. Special Legislation for Genetic Inventions – A Violation of Article 27(1) TRIPS?
Wolrad Prinz zu Waldeck und Pyrmont

5. Employee Invention Law

22. Effects of the German Law on Employees' Inventions when Posting Employees Within the European Union
Kurt Bartenbach, Franz-Eugen Volz, Markus J. Goetzmann

23. The Finnish 2006 Act on University Inventions – The Road Map to Identifying, Protecting and Utilizing Patentable Research Results
Rainer Oesch

24. University Employee Inventions in Scandinavian and Finnish Law
Are Stenvik

6. Procedure, Enforcement, and Liability

25. Patent Trolls – Menace or Myth?
Christoph Ann

26. Liability 2.0 – Does the Internet environment require new standards for secondary liability? An overview of the current legal situation in Germany
Alexander Bayer

27. Can China be Forced to Enforce IP Rights?
Peter Ganea

28. Trade Secrets and Patent Litigation
Charles Gielen

29. Reflections on the German Patent Litigation System
Peter Mes

30. Enforcement of Unfair Competition Law by Notice of Violation, Rights of Consumers and Public Authorities – Comparative Evaluation of the German Status Quo
Thomas M. J. Möllers

31. Two Major and Long-Lasting Patent Law Issues in Japan
Tetsuya Obuchi

32. Intellectual Property Rights and Arbitration – Miscellaneous
Krešimir Sajko

33. Harmonizing Patent Infringement Damages: A Lesson from Japanese Experiences
Toshiko Takenaka

34. The Inescapable Trap – A Case for Reconsideration?
Rudolf Teschemacher, Jochen Pagenberg

35. Patents without Injunctions? – Trolls, Hold-ups, Ambushes, and Other Patent Warfare
Wolfgang Meibom, Ralph Nack

7. Protecting Technology against Unfair Competition

36. (No) Freedom to Copy? Protection of Technical Features under Unfair Competition Law
Annette Kur

37. Reverse Engineering: Unfair Competition or Catalyst for Innovation?
Ansgar Ohly

8. Multijurisdictional Aspects of IP

38. Negotiations on the Accession to the EU and the Harmonization of Intellectual Property with the acquis communautaire in Light of Globalization
Igor Gliha

39. Cross-border Injunctions in Patent Litigations Following the ECJ Decision in GAT v. LuK – Life after Death?
Klaus Grabinski

40. Contractual Liability of the Seller Due to Third Parties' Patents and Other IP Rights under German Law and the UN Convention on Sales Contracts
Paul Katzenberger

41. The Principle of National Treatment in the International Conventions Protecting Intellectual Property
Ulrich Loewenheim

42. The Extraterritorial Reach of Patent Law
Rainer Moufang

43. Synergies Created by International Cooperation in the Patent Area?
Jürgen Schade

44. Patents in Europe and their Court – Is there Light at the End of the Tunnel?
Michael Schneider

45. Patents and Developing Countries
Peter Dirk Siemsen, Ivan Bacellar Ahlert

46. Territorial Intellectual Property Rights in a Global Economy – Transit and Other ‘Free Zones’
Alexander Mühlendahl, Dieter Stauder

9. Recent Developments in National IP and Competition Legislation

47. The Spanish Patent System: Future Outlook
Alberto Bercovitz

48. Incorporation of Patent Law into Part Four of the Russian Civil Code – A Structural Analysis
Adolf Dietz

49. The Quiet Revolution in American Copyright Law
Paul Goldstein

50. Some Remarks On the Third Revision Draft of the Chinese Patent Law
Shoukang Guo

51. Some Critical Remarks Concerning the Act on the Protection of Competition of the Republic of Serbia
Radovan D. Vukadinovic

10. Intellectual Property and Public Policies

52. Secrecy and the Evolution of an Early Patent System
William Cornish

53. Legal Protection of Cultural Heritage in a World of Intellectual Property Rights
Reto M. Hilty

54. Woolly Lines in Intellectual Property Law
Robin Jacob

55. Economic Perils of U.S. Patent Reform: Flexibility's Achilles Heel
F. Scott Kieff

56. The Need for Climate Improvement in Intellectual Property Law
Marianne Levin

57. The Patent System – Not More than an Instrument of Public Policy
Slobodan M. Markovic

58. Patents and the Economic Incentive to Invent
Bojan Pretnar

59. The Patent Reform Act and Recent U.S. Supreme Court Decisions – A Correction of the Intellectual Property Policies?
Stanislaw Soltysinski

60. The Impact of the Amendments of the Chinese Patent System on the Technological and Economic Progress in China
Xiang Yu

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