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World Intellectual Property Day, April 26– On the Shelf

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The following post is a joint effort by Jennifer Davis (collections text) and Betty Lupinacci (gazette curation and photo).

Today, April 26, is World Intellectual Property Day. At the Law Library, one subject matter area most frequently requested by patrons from our collections is intellectual property law. Since our foreign law specialists are frequently producing new content about intellectual property law, and this is such a hot topic with our users, the Law Library always remembers this day.

The World Intellectual Property Organization encourages people “to learn about the role that intellectual property rights (patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyright) play in encouraging innovation and creativity.” To start or continue that learning, read our legal reports on intellectual property, read articles in the Global Legal Monitor and investigate our holdings. The following is a list of some of our most recent acquisitions on intellectual property law, and a photo of some our recent foreign gazette issues including trademark notices.

Trademarks in gazettes [photo by Betty Lupinacci]
K1401.D564 2012 Dinwoodie, Graeme B. A Neofederalist vision of TRIPS:  the resilience of the international intellectual property regime.

K1401.D58 2015  Diversity in intellectual property: identities, interests, and intersections.

K1401.I6 2017  Introduction to intellectual property: theory and practice. Second edition.

Κ1401.Ο45 2013 Olwan, Rami M. Intellectual property and development: theory and practice.

K1401.R363 2013 Ramcharan, Robin. International intellectual property law and human security.

K1401.5.P76 2017  Protecting traditional knowledge: the WIPO intergovernmental committee on intellectual property and genetic resources, traditional knowledge and folklore.

K1404.D44 2016  Deere-Birkbeck, Carolyn. The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO): a reference guide.

K1418 2015 Reinbothe, Jörg. The WIPO treaties on copyright: a commentary on the WCT, the WPPT, and the BTAP.

K1420.5.C676 2017  Research handbook on copyright law. Second edition.

K1505.K579 2010 Klunker, Nina. Harmonisierungsbestrebungen im materiellen Patentrecht: Bestandsaufnahme und Entwicklung auf der Ebene der WIPO und der trilateralen Verträge.

K1505.S73 2011 Stack, Alexander James. International patent law: cooperation, harmonization, and an institutional analysis of WIPO and the WTO.

K1505.W67 2011  World Intellectual Property Organization. Secretariat.  Guo ji zhuan li zhi du bao gao = Report on the international patent system.

K1562.G49 2017  Geographical indications at the crossroads of trade, development, and culture: focus on Asia-Pacific.

K1562.R47 2016 Research handbook on intellectual property and geographical indications.

K1577.5.I93 2011 Iwasaki, Emiko. Honmono:  genuine goods.

K3245.I575 A3 2010 Intellectual Property, Trade and the Knowledge Assets of Indigenous Peoples: the Developmental Frontier (2010 :  Victoria University of Wellington). Indigenous peoples’ innovation : intellectual property pathways to development.

K3791.I565 2016  Intellectual property and access to im/material goods.

K3943.T716 2012 Trade governance in the digital age: World Trade Forum.

K4610.5.F65 2012 Foltea, Marina. International organizations in WTO dispute settlement:  how much institutional sensitivity?

KD1269.L365 2017 Landmark cases in intellectual property law.

KG413.D78 B35 2014 Balancing wealth and health : the battle over intellectual property and access to medicines in Latin America.

KJE2636.C66 2016  Concise European copyright law. Second edition.

KRM 1160.2.A928 2014    al-Dhākirah al-mafqūdah li-tārīkh qānūn ḥaqq al-muʼallif al-Miṣrī: al-fuqahāʼ Līnān Dū Bilfūn wa-Būbīkūfīh wa-Byūlā Kāzaylī = Mémoire oubliée de l’histoire du droit d’auteur égyptien.

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