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Todas las publicaciones de actividades relacionadas con el COVID-19. Tanto resúmenes de sesiones como documentos y propuestas legislativas fruto del trabajo de los Gabinetes de Crisis.
For those participants who wish to dig deeper into the topics we analyse here at the Global Digital Encounters, we publish this list of readings connected to each Encounter’s topic, which can prove useful and could be read at any time before or after the Encounters take place.
These links are non-exhaustive, in the sense that Speakers and the Moderator cover a broader scope of topics connected to each Encounter’s topic, but they offer insights that may bring further reflections for the future.
We’re now pleased to present them all together here.
Desantes Real, M. (2020), «Protecting Intangible Cultural Heritage through Intellectual Property: A Challenge for IP Classic Tools», Mélanges Michel Vivant, Dalloz, pp. 557-571. Read
H.J. Deacon et al. ‘Co-developing heritage-sensitive intellectual property and marketing strategies with bearer communities: the case of Bengal Patachitra, India’ and ‘Promoting sustainable development through intangible cultural heritage: The co-creation of heritage-sensitive intellectual property and marketing strategies (HIPAMS) with bearer communities’, forthcoming in Enhancing Intangible Cultural Heritage: Socio-economic contributions for ICH safeguarding, Fondazione Santagata, Italy.
H.J. Deacon. ‘Ethics, intellectual property and commercialization of cultural heritage’, forthcoming in Pravovedenie.
“Needs of the Sámi people for intellectual property protection from the viewpoint of copyright and trademarks – especially with regard to duodji-handicrafts and the Sámi dresses”: Publications of the Ministry of Education and Culture, (2018) Read
“Copyright Protection of Sámi Traditional Cultural Expressions in Finland”, Nordiskt Immateriellt Rättsskydd, (3/2019) Read
“Trademark protection of traditional cultural expressions of Sámi people in Finland”, Nordiskt Immateriellt Rättsskydd, (will be published in NIR 2/2021) Read
Trips and Public Health
Anti-COVID 19 and IP
U.S. backs waiving patent protections for Covid vaccines, citing global health crisis. Read.
Marie-Vivien, D.; Carimentrand, A.; Fournier, S.; Sautier, D.; Cerdan, C. (1019), «Controversies around Geographical Indications: are democracy and representativeness the solution?», British Food Journal 2019, 121 (12), pp. 2995-3010. Read.
Marie-Vivien, D.; Biénabe, E. (2018), «The Multifaceted Role of the State in the Protection of Geographical Indications: A Worldwide Review», World Development 2018, 98 (October), pp. 1-11. Read.
Marie-Vivien, D.; Garcia, C. A.; Kushalappa, C. G.; Vaast, P. (2014), «Trademarks, Geographical Indications and Environmental Labelling to Promote Biodiversity: The Case of Agroforestry Coffee», India Development Policy Review, 2014, 32 (4), pp. 379–398. Read.
Sources concerning Brexit and IP following the conclusion of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (applying from 1 January 2021)
Text of the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement, Read.
UK Government (2021), Intellectual Property after 1 January 2021, (Last Updated: 15 January 2021), Read.
Dennis G., Connor I. (2021), What the EU-UK Trade Agreement Means for IP Rights?, Pinsent Masons, Read.
Firth, A. (2021) Brexit notes for Global Digital Encounter 09, Read
Nard, C., Duffy, J. (2007), “Rethinking Patent Law’s Uniformity Principle”, Northwestern University Law Review, vol. 101-4, pp. 1619-1675, Read.
Shorthose S. (2021), Brexit: English Intellectual Property Law Implications, Bird&Bird Brexit Series, Read.
Strowel A., Advocating an EU Copyright Title, in P. Torremans (ed.), EU Copyright Law: A Commentary (2nd ed.), Edward Elgar, 2021, p. 1104-1117, Read
Brexit and IP scenarios before the conclusion of the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement
Allan N., Browne M., Carboni A. (2018), Post-Brexit IP Rights: What is Agreed and Yet to Be Agreed under the European Commission’s Draft Withdrawal Agreement, 13 Journal of Intellectual Property and Practice 8 608-610.
Firth A., Cornford P., and Griffiths A.P. Brexit and COVID-19, ch17 in Trade Marks: Law and Practice (5th edn 2020, LexisNexis) at 17.14 to 17.25, kindly made available as a free excerpt by the publishers. Read
Pasqui, L. (2018), Brexit: Where Do We Stand?, KSLR Commercial & Financial Law Blog, Conference Report, Read
Strowel, A. (2017), Droits intellectuels en mode post-Brexit : quo vadis Britannia ?, (2017) 64 Proprietes Intellectuelles 19- 26, Read.
Rahmatian A. (2017), Brief Speculations about Changes to IP Law in the UK after Brexit, 12 Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice 6 510-515.
Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Machine Learning and Text and Data Mining Exceptions to Copyright
Allan, J. E. M. (ed), (2020), Trends and Developments in Artificial Intelligence, Challenges to the Intellectual Property Rights Framework, Final report, read.
Gervais, D. (2019), “The Machine As Author”, Iowa Law Review, Vol. 105, 2019, Vanderbilt Legal Studies Research Paper Series, No. 19-35, read.
Guadamuz, A. (2017), “Artificial intelligence and copyright”, WIPO Magazine, October 2017, read.
Margoni, Th. (2018), Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and EU Copyright Law: Who Owns AI? (November 10, 2018), CREATe Working Paper 2018/12, read.
Mezei, P. (2020), “From Leonardo to the Next Rembrandt –The Need for AI-Pessimism in the Age of Algorithms”, UFITA, Issue 2/2020 (forthcoming), read.
Automated Enforcement of Copyright, Artificial Intelligence and Fundamental Rights
Flynn, S., Geiger, Ch. and Quintais, J.P. (2020), “Implementing User Rights for Research in the Field of Artificial Intelligence: A Call for International Action” (with the collaboration of T. Margoni, T., Sag, M., Guibault, L. and Carroll, M.), European Intellectual Property Review 42, 7, 393-398, read.
Geiger, Ch. (2020), “Une politique pensée ? Droit d’auteur, intelligence artificielle et big data : quand les choix du passé augurent mal des politiques futures”, Propriétés intellectuelles 2020, No. 77, pp. -138.
Geiger, Ch., Frosio, G. and Bulayenko, O. (2019), “Text and Data Mining: Articles 3 and 4 of the Directive 2019/790/EU”, in Saiz García, C. and Evangelio Llorca, R. (eds.), Propiedad intelectual y mercado único digital europeo, Valencia, Tirant lo Blanch, 2019, pp. 27 ss.; Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) Research Paper No. 2019-08, read.
Geiger, Ch., Frosio, G. and Bulayenko, O. (2018),“Crafting a Text and Data Mining Exception for Machine Learning and Big Data in the Digital Single Market”, in Seuba, X, Geiger, Ch. and Pénin, J. (eds.), Intellectual Property and Digital Trade in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data, CEIPI/ ICTSD Series on Global Perspectives and Challenges for the Intellectual Property System, Volume 5, Geneva/ Strasbourg, pp. 95-112, read.
Gervais, D., (2019), “Exploring the Interfaces Between Big Data and Intellectual Property Law”, JIPITEC 3 para 1, read.
Hugenholtz, B. (2019), “The New Copyright Directive: Text and Data Mining (Articles 3 and 4)”, Kluwer Copyright Blog, July 24, 2019, read.
Rosati, E. (2019), “Copyright as an Obstacle or an Enabler? A European Perspective on Text and Data Mining and Its Role in the Development of AI Creativity”, Asia Pacific Law Review, vol. 27-2, pp.198-217, read.
Automated Enforcement of Copyright, Artificial Intelligence and Fundamental Rights
Geiger, Ch., Frosio, G. and Izyumenko, E. (2020), “Intermediary Liability and Fundamental Rights”, in Frosio, G. (ed), The Oxford Handbook of Intermediary Liability Online, Oxford, OUP, 2020, pp. 138 ss.; Center for International Intellectual Property Studies Research Paper No. 2019-06, read.
Frosio, G. and Geiger, Ch. (2021), “Taking Fundamental Rights Seriously in the Digital Service Act’s Platform Liability Regime” (with the contribution of Fedunyshyn. K.), White Paper Report, January 4th, 2021, Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School, read.
Aplin, T. (2020), “The Limits of EU Trade Secret Protection” in Sandeen, S., Rademacher, C. and Ohly, A. (eds) Research Handbook on Information Law and Governance, Edward Elgar Publishing, Forthcoming, Read
Fox, B. (2020) “Tripping Over the EU Trade Secret Directive: ‘Reasonable Steps’ to Get Back on Track”, Chicago-Kent Journal of Intellectual Property, Vol. 19, Issue 1-2020, Read
International Chamber of Commerce (2019) “Protecting trade secrets – Recent EU and US Reforms. Recommendations for Policy Makers Worlwide”, Read
Klein, M. (2020), “Trade Secret Protection in a Developing Economy”, Munich Personal RePEc Archive, Read
Kolasa, M. (2018). Trade Secret, Employee’s Skill and Knowledge or Public Domain Information: Where to Draw the Line? In Trade Secrets and Employee Mobility: In Search of an Equilibrium (Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law, pp. 93-164). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/9781108545921.005, Read
Luigi Alberto Franzoni Arun Kumar Kaushik «The optimal scope of trade secrets law” Bologna University Quaderni – Working Paper DSE N°1020, Read
N. Binctin Trade secret’s protection in France, Allen&Overy Paris, Read
Nordberg, A. “Trade Secrets, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Innovation: a Legal Oxymoron?” in Schovsbo, J., Minssen, T. and Riis, T. (eds.) (2020) The Harmonization and Protection of Trade Secrets in the EU. An Appraisal of the EU Directive, United Kingdom, Edward Elgar Publishing, Read
Sandeen S. K., Bibliography, Read
Sandeen, S. K. and Rowe, E. A. (2018), Trade Secret Law in a Nutshell, United States, West Academic Publishing, Read.
Searle, N. (2020), “The Economic and Innovation Impact of Trade Secrets”, SSRN, Read
Vecellio, R. (2020), “Securitizing Innovation to Protect Trade Secrets Between ‘the East’ and ‘the West’: A Neo-Schumpeterian Public Legal Reading”, Pacific Basin Law Journal, Vol. 37(I), Read
WIPO (2019), “Symposium on Trade Secrets and Innovation. Summary of Discussion”, Read
WIPO (2020), “Conversation on Intellectual Property (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI)”, Read.
WIPO Trade secrets, Read
WTO (2020), “The TRIPS Agreement and COVID-19”, Read
Calboli, I. and Sentfleben, M. (eds.) (2018) The Protection of Non-Traditional Trademarks, Oxford, Oxford University Press, Read
Calboli, I. and Ginsburg, Jane C. (eds.) (2020), The Cambridge handbook of International and Comparative Trademark Law, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, Read
Curtis, L. and Platts R. (2019) “Alexa, “what’s the impact of AI on trademark law””, ManagingIP.com, May-June 2019, pp.43-47, Read
EUIPO, Trademarks and Geographical Indications: future Perspectives (Intermediate level), Read
Gangjee, D.S., “Eye, Robot: Artificial Intelligence and Trademark Registers” (2020), in Bruun, N., Dinwoodie, G., Levin, M. and Ohly, A. (Eds.), Transition and Coherence in Intellectual Property Law, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, Read
Grynberg, M. (2019-2020), “AI and the “Death of Trademark””, Kentucky Law Journal, Vol. 108, number 2, pp. 199-238, Read
Moerland, A. (2020) “New Trademark Uses in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Virtual and Augmented Realities”, in Heath, Ch., Kamperman-Sanders, A. and Moerland, A., Intellectual Property Law and the Fourth Industrial Revolution, AH Alphen aan den Rijn, Wolters Kluwer
WIPO, “World IP Day 2020 – Innovate for a Green Future: how trademarks can promote sustainability”, Read
European Commission (2020) White paper on Artificial Intelligence – A European Approach to excellence and trust, COM(2020) 65 final, Brussels, 19 February 2020, Read
European Patent Office (2018) Patenting Artificial Intelligence, Conference 30 May 2018, Programme, Summary and Video, Read
Gervais, D. (2019) “Exploring the interfaces Between Big Data and Intellectual Property Law”, JIPITEC, 10 (1) 2019, Read
Gervais, D (2020) “Is Intellectual Property Ready for Artificial Intelligence?”, GRUR International, Volume 69, Issue 2, February 2020, pp.117-118 (Editorial)
Lamlert, W (2020) “Problems of Patentability and Inventorship for Inventions created by Artificial intelligence”, International Journal of Knowledge Engineering, Vol.6, nº 1, June 2020, pp.1-5, Read
Shemtov, n (2019) A Study on inventorship in inventions involving AI activity, Commissioned by the European Patent Office, February 2019, 36 pp., Read
Silver, D. and others (2016) “Mastering the game of Go with deep neural networks and tree search”, Nature, Vol. 529, 28 January 2016, Read
Strauss, J. (2020) “Artificial Intelligence – Challenges and Chances for Europe”, European Review, 2020, pp.1-17, Read
Research Data Alliance, RDA COVID-19 Guidelines and Recommendations, Read
Access to COVID-19 Tools (Act) Accelerator (24 April 2020), Read
Ed Silverman, The WHO launched a voluntary Covid-19 product pool. What happens next?, Stat News (29 March 2020), Read
Sarah Newey, WHO patent pool for potential Covid-19 products is ‘nonsense’, pharma leaders claim Big pharma fights to protect intellectual property and profit in coronavirus vaccine race, The Telegraph (29 May 2020), Read
World Intellectual Property Organization, COVID19 IP Policy Tracker Read
Ana Santos Rutschman, The Intellectual Property of Vaccines: Takeaways from Recent Infectious Disease Outbreaks, 118 Mich. L. Rev. Online 170 (2020), Read
Ana Santos Rutschman, The Vaccine Race in the 21st Century, 61 Ariz. L. Rev. 729 (2019), Read
Amy Kapczynski, Order without Intellectual Property Law: Open Science in Influenza, 102 Cornell L. Rev. 1539 (2017), Read
Matthew Bultman, Pooling Patents to Speed Virus Treatments More Logical Than Easy, IP Law News (6 May 2020), Read
Rory Horner, The World Needs Pharmaceuticals From China and India to Beat Coronavirus, The Conversation, (2020) Read
James Krellenstein and Christopher J. Morten, The U.S. Government’s Apparent Co-Ownership of Patents Protecting Remdesivir (2020), Read
Rochelle Dreyfuss and Susy Frankel, From Incentive to Commodity to Asset: How International Law is Reconceptualizing Intellectual Property, 36 Mich. J. Int’l L. 557 (2015), Read
WHO, WTO & WIPO – trilateral study (2013): Promoting Access to Medical Technologies and Innovation, Intersections between public health, intellectual property and trade, Read
UNAIDS & WHO & UNDP (2011), Using TRIPS Flexibilities to Improve Access to HIV Treatment Read
Oshitani H, Kamigaki T, Suzuki A., Major Issues and Challenges of Influenza Pandemic Preparedness in Developing Countries. 14 Emerg Infect Dis. 875 (2008), Read
Fink, C., (2011) “Intellectual Property Rights”, in J-P Chauffour, J-C Maur (Eds.), Preferential Trade Agreement Policies for Development: A Handbook, Chapter 18, Washington D.C., The World Bank, 2011, pp. 387-406, Read
Roffe, X. Seuba (eds.) (2017), Current Alliances in International Intellectual Property Lawmaking: The Emergence and Impact of Mega-Regionals, Read
Valdés, R., Tavengwa, R. (2012) Intellectual property provisions in regional trade agreements, WTO Staff Working Paper ERSD-2012-21, WTO: Geneva, Read
Abbot, F. M. (2006), Intellectual Property Provisions of Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements in Light of U.S. Federal Law, Geneva: ICTSD, Read
Burrell, R., and Weatherall, K. (2008), “Exporting controversy? Reactions to the copyright provisions of the US-Australia free trade agreement: Lessons for U.S. trade policy”, University of Illinois Journal of Law, Technology and Policy, nº 2, 2008, pp. 259–319.
Drexl., J., Grosse Ruse-Khan, H., and Nadde-Phlix, S., (eds.) (2014), EU Bilateral Trade Agreements and Intellectual Property: For Better or Worse, Springer.
Kampf, R., (2007) “TRIPS and FTAs: A World of Preferential or Detrimental Relations?”, in C. Heath, A. Kamperman Sanders (Eds.), Intellectual Property and Free Trade Agreements, Hart Publishing, pp. 87-126.
Seuba, X. (2013), “Intellectual property in free trade agreements: What treaties, what content?”, The Journal of World Intellectual Property, 2013, pp. 1–22, Read
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