The JIPLP Blog is where editorial panellists, readers and contributors all come together to share their view on all aspects of IP law and practice.
Since January 2013, JIPLP has partnered with the German Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (GRUR) to exchange content between JIPLP and GRUR Int., including articles and decisions especially selected from the corresponding issue of GRUR Int. This exchange allows readers of both journals to enjoy additional material at no extra cost.
GRUR Int. publishes monthly, combining academic contributions with reports on case law and legislation from both a European and wider international perspective.
Watch and Listen: Jeremy Phillips
Video interview with Professor Jeremy Phillips
Is IP law always struggling to keep up with technological advances?
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If there was one common misconception about IP law which you could dispel…
Professor Jeremy Phillips speaks to Oxford Law Vox
In the second of Oxford's new series of Law Vox podcasts, Jeremy Phillips, founding editor of Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, describes how the field of intellectual property law looked when he started his intellectual property law career.
10th Anniversary Collection
To celebrate ten years of the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, we have worked with the editorial team to draw together the following collection of articles from JIPLP. This collection identifies some of the publishing highlights from JIPLP's first ten years with papers covering intellectual property topics from copyrights to patents, from trade marks to designs.
JIPLP on the OUPblog
Rihanna, the Court of Appeal, and a Topshop t-shirt
“Can a fashion retailer take a photograph of a celebrity, print it on a t-shirt and sell it without the celebrity’s approval? Yes, but sometimes no.”
Read the rest of the post from Darren Meale here.
Selfies and model bottoms: monkeying around with intellectual property rights
What happens when a monkey takes a selfie? Who has the right to control the image – the owner of the camera or… the monkey? Jeremy Phillips takes this one.
The quest for ‘real’ protection for indigenous intangible property rights
On the fundamental incompatibility between current IP rights regimes and the rights of indigenous peoples, from Keri Johnston and Marion Heathcote.
How not to infringe Olympic intellectual property rights
The brand is famously protected, so how do businesses and marketing teams caught up in the fever make sure not to infringe on the IP rights of the brand? Rachel Montagnon explains.