ATRIP thanks the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI) for it important sponsorship of this essay competition http://www.ficpi.org
The 2016 essay competition is now open: Just click the link below for details. atrip-essay-competition-2016
2015-10-30 | Essay Competition 2015 Announcement of winners. 1. Arpan Banerjee | Intellectual Property Scholarship and the new Legal Realism Movement: Reflections from Bollywoodland 2. Elena Izyumenko | The Freedom of Expression Contours of Copyright in the Digital Era: A European Perspective 3. Natalia Kapyrina | Le dessin du modèle : vecteur de l’harmonisation internationale du droit des dessins et …
Announcement of winners. Mathilde Pavis | Is there any-body on stage? A legal (mis)understanding of performances Christina Angelopoulos | Beyond the Safe Harbours: Harmonising Substantive Intermediary Third Party Liability for Copyright Infringement in Europe Arpan Banerjee | Forum Shopping in Intellectual Property Rights Infringement Cases in India
Announcement of winners. Barbara Lauriat | Revisiting the Royal Commission on Copyright Jessica Lai | Māori Traditional Knowledge and New Zealand Patent Law: The 2013 Act and the Dawn of a New Era? Alexandre Quiquerez | IP holding companies: perfect match or liaisons dangereuses between tax law and IP law?
Announcement of winners. Begoña Otero | Compelling to disclose software interoperable information: A risk for innovation or a balanced solution? Lena Schickl | Protection of industrial design in the US and in the EU – Different concepts or different labels? Katarzyna Gracz | Bridging the gaps between the social and legal norms concerning protection of intellectual and artistic creations
ATRIP’s Executive Committee is proud to launch its yearly essay competition for young researchers in Intellectual Property Law. Essay | Competition
Announcement of winners. Carl Mair | OPENNESS, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND STANDARDIZATION IN THE EUROPEAN ICT SECTOR Xinbo Li | IP Protection of Fashion Design— To Be or Not To Be, That Is the Question 3. Brian Pelanda | AMBUSH MARKETING: DISSECTING THE DISCOURSE
Announcement of winners. Rita Matulionyte | Law Applicable to Online Infringements in CLIP and ALI Proposals: A Rebalance of Interests Needed? Roberto d’Erme | SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: why PATENTS are the PARAMOUNT 3. A.M. Ploman | Copyright in the future and the implications of file sharing services such as The Pirate Bay
Announcement of winners. Daryl Lim | Misconduct in Standard Setting Andrea Wechsler | The Quest for Balance in Intellectual Property Law 3. Sa Yu | Political Privilege, Legal Right, or Public Policy Tool?