The Rt Hon Professor Sir Robin Jacob has been variously a leading member of the Intellectual Property Bar, a High Court judge and, as Lord Justice Jacob, a judge in the Court of Appeal of England and Wales. His primary area of expertise is intellectual property (IP) rights. He chose to leave the Court of Appeal in March 2011 to take up his current position as the Sir Hugh Laddie Chair in intellectual property at University College London. Besides teaching and writing he still sits occasionally in the Court of Appeal, sits as an arbitrator, provides expert evidence, chairs the Advisory Committee on the Appointment and Training of the Judges of the Unified Patent Court and often advises the UK Government and EU Commission on IP matters. These essays and speeches, selected from his published and unpublished writings and lectures, illustrate the breadth of his learning in IP and other matters. They are written in typically straightforward and entertaining style and, in the case of the older essays, include a commentary of what has happened since they were first published. They will be of interest to any lawyer, law student or scholar interested in the development of IP law in the past quarter century or so.28 Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd v Apple Inc  EWCA Civ 1339,  FSR 9. ... Summary of ResponsesaDecember 2012 (2012) 12a14; www.ipo.gov.uk/ response2012designssummary.pdf. ... 44 L Bently, a#39;R. v The Author: From Death Penalty to Community Servicea#39; (2008) 32 Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts 1 . For the ... The dating of manuscripts written for a#39;Manual of Political Economya#39; is problematic, but their composition can certainly be limited to the period 1790a95.
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|Publisher||:||Bloomsbury Publishing - 2015-10-29|