in the Conflict of Laws
Edited By Jurgen Basedow, et al.
285 pages, 6 ½" x 9 ¼"
Private international law of intellectual property is high on the agenda of European and international policy-makers alike. Early in 2003, the European Commission initiated a consultation process on the Rome Convention of 1980. Some months later a proposal was presented for a "Regulation on the law applicable to non-contractual obligations" ("Rome II") that contains rules on intellectual property. The American Law Institute (ALI) is also hosting a project on the same topic. This volume contains papers from representatives of both institutions and from international scholars discussing these controversial drafts and more general questions of private international law and intellectual property.
Materialien zum Aulandischen und internationalen Privatrecht, No. 44
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