Karen Walsh, Review: Christophe, Craig and Xavier (eds), Intellectual Property and the Judiciary (2018)

“The edited collection Intellectual Property Law and the Judiciary provides a detailed analysis of the role of the judiciary in applying and making intellectual property (IP) law in a variety of jurisdictions. Judges are often the first to decide on new laws and discuss the regulation of new technologies and as the introduction reminds us, these decisions have ‘significant social, economic, scientific and ethical consequences’ …”

Karen Walsh, Geiger Christophe, Allen Nard Craig and Seuba Xavier (eds), Intellectual Property and the Judiciary, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, 2018, 560 pp, hb £135.00, Modern Law Review. First published: 27 May 2020. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-2230.12543.

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