Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law
- General Editors: William R. Cornish, University of Cambridge, Lionel Bently, University of Cambridge
- Level: academic researchers, graduate students, undergraduate studentsprofessionals
As its economic potential has rapidly expanded, intellectual property has become a subject of prime legal importance. The roots of the subject have been formed in national laws. Now it is branching out rapidly. It has to reflect today's technological advances, notably in digitization and genetics, and to secure a central place for intellectual property in world trade. Regional and international law, allied to comparative law studies, have become essential elements in the rapid legal developments which engulf the subject. The monographs in Cambridge Studies in Intellectual Property Rights contribute to the debates from all these perspectives. This is a highly significant series for practitioners, judges, administrators and scholars in many countries.