QMJIP – Volume 6 – Issue 2 (April 2016)

by Giancarlo Moretti

The last issue of QMJIP has been published (Volume 6 – Issue 2). The table of content reads as follows:

  • Editorial – Johanna Gibson
  • The interface between the EU copyright law and the fundamental economic freedoms of trade and competition in the digital single market: from the FAPL case to the decision in UsedSoft – Mario Cistaro
  • Copyright theory and a justificatory framework for creative autonomy in cultural industries -Mary Gani-Ikilama
  • Chinese collective management of copyright: the need for extensive changes – Haijun Lu
  • Huawei ./. ZTE, or, how the CJEU closed the Orange Book – Philipp Maume
  • China’s problematic recognition of a right of priority based on an application filed in Taiwan – Ping-Hsun Chen
  • Regulating copyright in the digital age in Spain: the Sinde law – Ercilia García Álvarez, Sheila Sánchez Bergara and Jordi López Sintas
  • Indirect infringement of intellectual property in China – Yang Cao
  • A chapter called controversy: breaking down the Delhi high court appellate bench verdict in F Hoffmann-La Roche v Cipla Ltd – Eashan Ghosh
  • Book Review – Lior Zemer
  • Book Review – Maria Mercedes Frabboni

 

Giancarlo Moretti LL.M. (QMUL), Ph.D. Candidate (QMUL) @GiancaMoretti