QMJIP – Volume 5 – Issue 1 (February 2015)
by Pedro Malaquias
QMJIP – Volume 5 – Issue 1 (February 2015) has been published. The list of contents reads as follows:
- ‘Editorial‘, Johanna Gibson and Lord Hoffmann (free content);
- ‘Confusion in a legal regime built on deception: the case of trade marks ‘, Chris Dent (free content);
- ‘Time-shifted morality: a critique of the legal discourse on online copyright infringement ‘, Tito Rendas;
- ‘Interoperability for data portability between social networking sites (SNS): the interplay between EC software copyright and competition law ‘, Sih Yuliana Wahyuningtyas;
- ‘International exhaustion of trade marks and parallel imports in the US and the EU: how to achieve symmetry?’, Andrea Zappalaglio;
- ‘Exhaustion without Exasperation: Intellectual Property, Parallel Imports and Border Measures‘ Pedro Malaquias;
- ‘Book review: Daryl Lim (ed), Patent Misuse and Antitrust Law: Empirical, Doctrinal and Policy Perspectives (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013) 512 pp’ Steven Anderman;
- ‘Book Review: William Van Caenegem (ed), Trade Secrets and Intellectual Property: Breach of Confidence, Misappropriation and Unfair Competition (Wolters Kluwer, 2014) 270 pp‘ Tanya Aplin;
- ‘Book Review: Alastair Mullis and Richard Parkes (eds), Gatley on Libel and Slander, 12th edn (Sweet & Maxwell, 2013) 1620 pp‘ Phillip Johnson;
- ‘Book Review: Kelvin W Willoughby (ed), What Can Be Patented? Confronting the Confusion in Patent Law About Patent Eligible Subject Matter (Scholars’ Press, 2014) 216 pp‘ Gwilym Roberts.
Further information and access to the free content is available here.
@PedroMMalaquias (LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law at Queen Mary, University of London; Portuguese Qualified lawyer; Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property, Assistant Editor)