Call for Papers: Workshop on Private International Law of IP Rights, University of New South Wales, 18 August 2018

“The issue of cross border protection of intellectual property (IP) was very important and explained the use of bilateral and multilateral treaties such as the Berne Convention and the Paris Convention. One of the fundamental principles underlying these treaties was territoriality and the national treatment principle. However, the advent of the 21st century brought digitisation and globalisation, which have significantly impacted upon the territoriality protection …” (more)

[Guangjian Tu, Conflict of Laws .net, 9 March]

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