QMJIP – Volume 5 – Issue 2 (April 2015)

by Pedro Malaquias

QMJIP – Volume 5 – Issue 2 (April 2015) has been published. The list of contents reads as follows:

  • Editorial‘, Johanna Gibson (free content);
  • The need for a new Copyright Act: a case study in law reform‘, Richard Arnold (free content);
  • HAVE A BREAK and the changing demands of trade mark registration‘, Jennifer Davis and Alan Durant;
  • Evaluating the legitimacy of geo-location circumvention in the context of Technical Protection Measures‘, Christopher Hilliard;
  • ‘‘Notice and takedown’: a copyright perspective’, Althaf Marsoof;
  • The responses in the United Kingdom and United States to groundless threats of patent infringement proceedings’, Trevor Cook and Corinne Atton;
  • The protection of indigenous terms and expressions by the Merchandise Marks Act in South Africa‘ ES Nwauche;
  • And they lived happily ever after UPC Telekabel: a copyright fairy tale or a chance to strike a fair balance?‘ Giulia Dore;
  • Piracy in Sweden: remedies for an unauthorized upload of a music album on the Internet prior to official release in Sweden‘, Miina Viitala and Julius Berg Kaasin;
  • Book review Phoebe Li (ed), Health Technologies and International Intellectual Property: A Precautionary Approach (Routledge, 2014) 256pp‘, Olumayowa O Adesanya.

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, Associate Editor)