|General Editor's Preface||v|
|Table of Conventions and Treaties||xlvii|
SECTION I JURISDICTION |
|1 Creation and validity of intellectual property rights:
|2 Entitlement to the grant and ownership of intellectual
property rights: jurisdiction||49|
|3 Contracts in relation to the exploitation of intellectual
property rights: jurisdiction||73|
|4 Infringement: preliminary matters||119|
|5 Infringement: jurisdiction under the European Community/
European Free Trade Association rules||139|
|6 Infringement: jurisdiction under the traditional rules||239|
|7 Jurisdictional issues in relation to European Community rights||317|
|8 Complementary torts and other causes of action:
SECTION II THE APPLICABLE LAW |
|9 Choice of law elements in the intellectual property
|10 Creation, scope and termination of intellectual property
rights: the applicable law||483|
|11 Contracts in relation to the exploitation of intellectual
property rights: the applicable law||543|
|12 Infringement: the applicable law||595|
|13 Complementary torts and other causes, of action: the
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Book title: Intellectual Property and Private International Law.
Contributors: James J. Fawcett - Author, Paul Torremans - Author.
Publisher: Oxford University Press.
Place of publication: Oxford.
Publication year: 1998.
Page number: ix.
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