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Title Landmark cases in intellectual property law / edited by Jose Bellido
Published Oxford, UK ; Portland, OR, USA : Hart Publishing, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc 2017
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Description 1 online resource ( xxviii, 382 pages)
Series Landmark cases
Landmark cases.
Contents Preface; Contents; Contributors; Table of Cases; Table of Legislation; 1; Mansell v Bunger (1626); I. Introduction; II. Robert Mansell and the Patent for Glass; III. Conclusion; 2; Stationers v Seymour (1677); I. Introduction; II. The Legal Landscape to 1710; III. Role in the Literary Property Debates; IV. Stationers v Seymour Revisited; V. Conclusion; Annex: Seymour's Patent Enrolment C66/3111, no 14bis (7 Oct 1669)167; 3; Sayer v Moore (1785); I. Introduction; II. The Litigation against John Hamilton Moore; III. Copyright Law and Enlightenment Epistomology; IV. Where are they Now?
V. Conclusion4; Day v Day, Day and Martin (1816); I. Background to the Litigation; II. The Prior Jurisprudence; III. Day and Martin v Slee and Statham; IV. Day and Martin v Thomas Day, John Day and Peter Martin; V. The Implications of the Day and Martin Litigation; VI. Conclusion; VII. Postscript; 5; Nobel's Explosives Company, Limited, v Anderson (1894); I. Introduction; II. Smokeless Powders and Inventors"" Identities; III. The Making of the Legal Case; IV. Chancery and Beyond; V. The Impact and Significance of the Case; 6; Walter v Lane (1900); I. Introduction
II. Lord Rosebery and his SpeechesIII. Copyright in Oral Presentations; IV. Moberly Bell and Newspaper Copyright; V. Walter v Lane; VI. Originality and the Legacy of Walter v Lane; VII. Postcript; 7; Spalding v Gamage (1915); I. Introduction; II. The Development of Passing Off in the Nineteenth Century: an Uncertain Framework; III. Spalding, the 'Orb' Football Case; IV. Conclusion; 8; King Features Syndicate, Inc and Betts v O & M Kleeman Ltd (1940); I. Introduction; II. Syndicating Features; III. Novelty Rights; IV. Japanese Toys; V. Conclusion; 9; Slee & Harris's Application (1966)
I. IntroductionII. Software in the 1960s; III. Patent Office Examination; IV. Software and Subject Matter Eligibility; 10; Coco v AN Clark (Engineers) Ltd (1969); I. Introduction; II. Quantitative Analysis; III. Qualitative Analysis; IV. Conclusion; Annex; 11; Biogen v Medeva (1996); I. Introduction; II. Commercialising Biotechnology; III. Inventive Thought or Inventive Industry?; IV. Lord Hoffmann's Opinion; V. Conclusion; 12; R v Johnstone (2003); I. Introduction; II. The Decision in R v Johnstone; III. Explaining R v Johnstone; IV. Criminalisation and the Making of Modern Trade Marks Law
V. Conclusion13; Lego Juris A/S v OHIM (2010); I. Introduction; II. Quantity Production; III. 'If You Can't Tell the Difference, Why Pay More?'30; IV. 'It's not Really a Toy, It's a Medium,54; V. 'Participation is the New Brand'79; Index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Intellectual property -- Great Britain -- Cases.
Form Electronic book
Author Bellido, Jose, editor
LC no. 2017020683
ISBN 9781509904679 (electronic book)
1509904670 (electronic book)
1509904689
9781509904686