Wednesday, October 23, 2019

New Issue: Journal of World Intellectual Property

The latest issue of the Journal of World Intellectual Property (Vol. 22, nos. 5-6, November 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Or Cohen‐Sasson, A hidden technological assumption in patent law: The case of gene patents and the disclosure requirement
  • Marion Briatta, Building a “Fortress Europe” in the air: A critical review of the European customs enforcement of IPRs
  • Jóna N. Mays, The art we wear
  • Seemantani Sharma, RCEP and Trans‐Pacific Intellectual Property Norms: Implications for India
  • Courage Besah‐Adanu, Aske S. Bosselmann, Lise Hansted, & Peter K. Kwapong, Food origin labels in Ghana: Finding inspiration in the European geographical indications system on honey
  • Ayoyemi Lawal‐Arowolo, Geographical indications and cultural artworks in Nigeria: A cue from other jurisdictions
  • Adam R. Tanielian & Pakinee Kampan, Saving online copyright: Virtual markets need real intervention
  • David J. Jefferson & Kamalesh Adhikari, Reimagining the relationship between food sovereignty and intellectual property for plants: Lessons from Ecuador and Nepal
  • Bzhar Abdullah Ahmed & Kameran Hussein Al‐Salihi, Proliferation of the problem of orphan works across the world