Monday, August 1, 2022

New Issue: Journal of World Intellectual Property

The latest issue of the Journal of World Intellectual Property (Vol. 25, no. 2, July 2022) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Amit Kumar Jha & Priyanka Rajan, Software protection and software piracy
    • Nimmy Saira Zachariah, Patent as security in insolvency process: Problems and solutions
    • Kunle Ola, Role of traditional knowledge in the COVID-19 battle
    • Mitja Kovac & Lana Rakovec, The COVID-19 pandemic and long-term incentives for developing vaccines: Patent law under stress
    • Muhammad Z. Abbas, Patent law and 3D printing applications in response to COVID-19: Exceptions to inventor rights
    • Irina Razinkina, Mariya Bulatenko, Sergei Chernov, & Valeriy Prasolov, Ethical and legal balance of modern economic intelligence
    • David J. Jefferson, Treasured relations: Towards partnership and the protection of Māori relationships with taonga plants in Aotearoa New Zealand
    • Kheira Mousseddek, The legal protection of new plant varieties in Algerian and American system
    • Olugbenga A. Olatunji, Historical account of dwindling national flexibilities from the Paris Convention to post-TRIPS era: What implications for access-to-medicines in low-and-middle-income-countries?
    • Wathsala R. Samaranayake, A critical evaluation of the interface between intellectual property rights and human rights with special emphasis on indigenous intellectual property
    • Anitha Ramanna & Regine Andersen, Stewardship or ownership in India: Options for community seed banks in managing crop genetic resources in relation to intellectual property rights
    • Rahul Sharma, Lavanya Madhusoodanan, Patrika Soni, & Amit Dubey, Biodiversity and intellectual property rights: Conflict or synergy
    • Edison Bicudo, Michael Morrison, Phoebe Li, Alex Faulkner, Andrew Webster, Miranda Mourby, & Jane Kaye, Patent power in biomedical innovation: Technology governance in biomodifying technologies
    • Supriya Bhandarkar & Meenakshi Rajeev, What determines foreign direct investment to India's pharmaceutical sector? Intellectual property implementation versus inherent institutional strength
    • Amy Tesoriero, Using the flexibilities of Article 30 TRIPS to implement patent exceptions in pursuit of Sustainable Development Goal 3
    • Felix K. Hess, US anti-suit injunctions and German anti-anti-suit injunctions in SEP disputes
    • Tito Rendas, Streaming platforms under Portuguese copyright law
  • Notes
    • Stephen J. Maxwell & Michael Underdown, A potential intellectual property issue with the way in which some nomenclature code decisions are made
    • Muzamil Farooq, Abid Bashir, & Nufazil Altaf, Patent law failure: A systematic literature review