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.
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- A legitimate trespass by Jeremy Phillips
- Knut, Flocke, and Co: the bear facts revealed by Birgit Clark
- The Orphan Works Directive, or throwing a stone and hiding the hand by Eleonora Rosati
- Community trade mark round-up 2013 by Arnaud Folliard-Monguiral and David Rogers
- Metatags and keywords as comparative advertising by Roland Knaak
- Personal privacy rights in the 21st century: logic and challenges by Karl-Nikolaus Peifer
- The great free beer debate or, what ales the patent system? by David Musker
- Patents for perpetual motion machines by Christopher Wadlow
- Some clarity, some confusion: 12 P&G v Reckitt Benckiser decisions help explain registered Community designs by David Stone
- Ensuring greater legal certainty in OHIM decision-taking by abandoning legal formalism by Rhys Morga
- Duration of patent protection: does one size fit all? by Andrew F. Christie and Fiona Rotstein
- Practice Point: Third-party submissions for patent applications pending before the USPTO by James J. D. Wagner and Betty Wu