Strategic Issues Of Industrial Property Management In A Globalizing World

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The traditional means of protecting intellectual (or industrial) property are currently under great pressure from the forces of globalization. In this work, the authors attempt to identify the interfaces between traditional and modern strategic means of industrial property management, and to offer an interchange of ideas between experts from a variety of backgrounds.
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Overview

The traditional means of protecting intellectual (or industrial) property are currently under great pressure from the forces of globalization. In this work, the authors attempt to identify the interfaces between traditional and modern strategic means of industrial property management, and to offer an interchange of ideas between experts from a variety of backgrounds.
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From the first AIPPI forum held in Interlaken, Switzerland from September 10 through 14, 1996 come 14 selected papers and 18 abstracts concerned with the strategies of intellectual property management. The selections are related to five major topics of property management: the role of strategy in protecting innovative assets and a competitive edge, the relation of property rights to major antitrust legislation in various countries, the use of property rights to secure loans and other financial assets, strategies of dispute settlement, and ethical and ecological aspects. Distributed by ISBS. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781841130668
  • Publisher: Hart Publishing (UK)
  • Publication date: 3/1/1999
  • Series: Globalization Series
  • Pages: 236
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Panel I Strategies of Industrial Property Protection in the U.S.A., Japan, Europe and Developing Countries 3
1 Global Approach to Building Strong Trade Marks 3
2 Industrial Property Protection - Lifeline for the Pharmaceutical Industry 13
Panel II Selected Financial Aspects of Industrial Property 23
3 Industrial Property Rights and Private Sector Development: Lessons for Developing Countries 23
4 Intellectual Property Rights in the Balance Sheet and Specific Tax Problems in Cross-Border Licensing 37
5 Security Interests in Intellectual Property 46
Panel III Industrial Property Rights in the Context of Antitrust Legislation 58
6 Technological Information and the Essential Facilities Doctrine of U.S. Antitrust Law 58
7 Patents and Antitrust 68
8 Industrial Property Management in a Multinational Corporation 88
Panel IV Strategies of Dispute Settlement in Industrial Property 93
9 The Employment of Experts in Mediating and Arbitrating Intellectual Property Disputes 93
10 Implications of the Trips Agreement for Dispute Settlement in Industrial Property 102
11 The Role of Litigation in Corporate Intellectual Property Strategy 111
Panel V Ethical and Ecological Aspects of Industrial Property Rights 119
12 Rewarding Creativity for Conserving Diversity in the Third World: Can IPR Regime Serve the Needs of Contemporary and Traditional Knowledge Experts and Communities in Third World? 119
13 Ethical and Ecological Aspects of Industrial Property Rights in the Context of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 130
14 Rights, Compensation, Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the Strategy of Global Industrial Property Management: The Challenge 153
Panel I Strategies of Industrial Property Protection in the U.S.A., Japan, Europe and Developing Countries 173
1 Global Approach to Building Strong Trademarks 173
2 Industrial Property Protection - Lifeline for the Pharmaceutical Industry 174
3 Strategies of Intellectual Property Protection in Japan 175
4 The LEGO Group and Intellectual Property Rights 176
Panel II Selected Financial Aspects of Industrial Property 178
1 Industrial Property Rights and Private Sector Development: Lessons for Developing Countries 178
2 Intellectual Property Rights in the Balance Sheet and Specific Tax Problems in Cross-Border Licensing 179
3 Security Interests in Intellectual Property 179
4 The Valuation of Intellectual Property Rights 182
Panel III Industrial Property Rights in the Context of Antitrust Legislation 183
1 Technological Information and the Essential Facilities Doctrine of U.S. Antitrust Law 183
2 Patents and Antitrust 184
3 Industrial Property Management in a Multinational Corporation 186
Panel IV Strategies of Dispute Settlement in Industrial Property 188
1 The Employment of Experts in Mediating and Arbitrating Intellectual Property Disputes 188
2 Patent Dispute Resolution in the Research Based Pharmaceutical Company 189
3 Implications of the TRIPS Agreement for Dispute Settlement in Industrial Property 189
4 The Role of Litigation in Corporate Intellectual Property Strategy 190
Panel V Ethical and Ecological Aspects of Industrial Property Rights 192
1 Rewarding Creativity for Conserving Diversity in the Third World: Can IPR Regime Serve the Needs of Contemporary and Traditional Knowledge Experts and Communities in Third World? 192
2 Ethical and Ecological Aspects of Industrial Property Rights in the Context of Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology 195
3 Rights, Compensation, Indigenous Knowledge Systems and the Strategy of Global Industrial Property Management: The Challenge 196
List of Participants 200
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