Vol. 19 Nbr. 1, January 2015
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- The intensifying national interest in patent litigation.
- The EU trademark reform package - (too) bold a step ahead or back to status quo?
- Brands, morality and public policy: some reflections on the ban on registration of controversial trademarks.
- Can the PTO find its way with Jesus?
- A presidential remedy under administrative control - why section 337(j) should be repealed.
- Notice and supplemental registration: why the Copyright Office must update its policies surrounding author notice.
- The end of the 'wild west' for software patents - does the Patents Act 2013 change New Zealand's treatment of software patents from permissive to restrictive?