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2015

Journal Articles

Irene Calboli, “Geographical Indications of Origin at the Crossroads of Local Development, Consumer Protection, and Marketing Strategies” (2015) 46(7) Int’l Rev Intell Prop & Competition L 760.

Irene Calboli, “Time to Say Local Cheese and Smile at Geographical Indications of Origin? International Trade and Local Development in the United States” (2015) 53 HousLR 373.

Yanbing Li (with Weijun Zhang), "Content Review and Copyright Protection in China - After the 2009 U.S. v. China WTO Panel Ruling", (2015) 62(3)  J Copyright Soc’y USA 437.

David Llewelyn, "Assessment of Damages in Intellectual Property Cases: Some Recent Examples of “the Exercise of a Sound Imagination and the Practice of a Broad Axe”?" (2015) 27 SAcLJ 480.

David Llewelyn (with Peter J. Williamson), “China’s IP Protection Minefield: Separating Fact from Fiction” (2015) 69 Intellectual Asset Management 34.

Saw Cheng Lim, “Goodwill Hunting in Passing Off: England Retains the ‘Hard Line’ for NOW – Starbucks (HK) Limited v British Sky Broadcasting Group PLC [2015] UKSC 31” (2015) 27 SAcLJ 589.

Saw Cheng Lim & Warren B Chik, “Whither the Future of Internet Streaming and Time-shifting? Revisiting the Rights of Reproduction and Communication to the Public in Copyright Law after Aereo” (2015) 23(1) Int J Law Info Tech 53.

Jia Wang, “Safe Harbour Rules for Internet Service Providers in China:  A More Balanced Chinese Copyright Law” (2015) 45 Hong Kong L J 851-851.
 

Books

Irene Calboli & Srividhya Ragavan (eds) Diversity in Intellectual Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersections (Cambridge University Press, 2015).

Kung-Chung Liu, Deciphering IP Law and Its Conflict/Reconciliation with Competition Law (Xin Shue Lin Publishing Company, 2015 & China Legal Publishing House, 2015).

Kung-Chung Liu & Reto Hilty (eds), Compulsory Licensing, Practical Experiences and Ways Forward (Springer, 2015).
 

Contributions to Books

Irene Calboli, “The Story of Luxury Products and the (Broken) Promise of Superior Product Quality in a World of Prestige for the Masses” in The Luxury Economy and Intellectual Property: Critical Reflections (Barton Beebe, Haochen Sun & Madhavi Sunder eds) (Oxford University Press, 2015) ch 3 at p 31.

Irene Calboli & Srividhya Ragavan, “Recognizing Diversity in Intellectual Property” in Diversity in Intellectual Property: Identities, Interests, and Intersections (Irene Calboli & Srividhya Ragavan eds) (Cambridge University Press, 2015) ch 1 at p 1.

Irene Calboli, “Intellectual Property Protection for Fame, Luxury, Wine, and Spirits: Lex Specialis for a Corporate ‘Dolce Vita’ or a ‘Good Quality Life’?” in Intellectual Property and General Legal Principles: Is IP a Lex Specialis? (Graeme B. Dinwoodie ed) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015) ch 8 at p 156.

Irene Calboli, “Of Markets, Culture, and Terroir: The Unique Economic and Culture-Related Benefits of Geographical Indications of Origin” in Research Handbook in International Intellectual Property (Daniel Gervais ed) (Edward Elgar Publishing, 2015) ch 14 at p 433.

Kung-Chung Liu, “Compulsory License and Government Use in Taiwan-A Regress” in Compulsory Licensing, Practical Experiences and Ways Forward (Kung-Chung Liu & Reto Hilty eds) (Springer, 2015) ch 4 at p 79.

David Llewelyn, “A Perspective from Asia: Special Protection for Luxury Brands — Legal Sense or Nonsense?” in The Luxury Economy and Intellectual Property: Critical Reflections (Barton Beebe, Haochen Sun & Madhavi Sunder eds) (Oxford University Press, 2015) ch 14 at p 289.
 

Book Reviews

Irene Calboli, Reviewing The Protection of Geographical Indications (Michael Blakeney, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014) (2015) 37(5) E.I.P.R. at 333.

Last updated on 06 Aug 2018 .