2 edition of Justifying intellectual property found in the catalog.
Justifying intellectual property
Robert P. Merges
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert P. Merges|
|LC Classifications||K1401 .M475 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 405 p. :|
|Number of Pages||405|
|LC Control Number||2010047516|
Contact an intellectual property attorney. If you believe your intellectual property has been stolen or mis-appropriated by a former employee, customer, competitor, or other party, and your self-help actions have not fixed the situation, then you may have to file a lawsuit for : 32K. Finally, I summarize a point made in my book, "Justifying Intellectual Property" (): that even if a deontic theory is adopted to justify the existence of IP rights, efficiency considerations and cost-benefit analysis are still useful and desirable tools in designing an effective IP system.
Justifying Intellectual Property in Islamic Law: Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee; GLIMPSES OF ISLAMIC LEGAL HISTORY. Archibald Galloway (), Chairman East India Company, On The Supremacy of Islamic Law. From his book Observations on the Law . These theories represent a more traditional justification of Intellectual property, which may be of diminishing relevance to present-day circumstances. Some critics, for example, question the very idea of having or owning property when talking about intellectual property. They argue that the works of authors should not be viewed as commodities.
Intellectual Property Rights Notes Pdf – IPR Notes Pdf book starts with the topics Introduction to Intellectual Property. Law of Trademarks, Trademark Selection & Law — Types of IP – Agencies for IP Registration,Trademark Registration Process. Q: You also call for the creation of a new position in provost offices to handle intellectual property issues. But you point out that current technology transfer offices fall victim to having large staffs that justify their existence by bearing down on intellectual property -- collecting, for instance, a high number of trademarks.
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Justifying Intellectual Property is a fascinating book [It] offers a new framework for understanding intellectual property with a particular focus on why it makes sense to offer property rights for creative enterprises.”―Dennis Crouch, ed by: In a wide-ranging and ambitious analysis, Robert P.
Merges establishes a sophisticated rationale for the most vital form of modern property: IP rights. His insightful new book answers the many critics who contend that these rights are inefficient, unfair, and theoretically incoherent.
But Merges’s vigorous defense of IP is also a call for appropriate legal constraints and boundaries: IP rights are real, but they. Justifying Intellectual Property Book Description: In a sophisticated defense of intellectual property, Merges draws on Kant, Locke, and Rawls to explain how IP rights are based on a solid ethical foundation and make sense for a just society.
Justifying Intellectual Property. Why should a property interest exist in an intangible item. In recent years, arguments over intellectual property have often divided proponents—who emphasize the importance of providing incentives for producers of creative works— from skeptics who emphasize the need for free and open access to a wide-ranging and ambitious analysis, Robert P.
Merges establishes a sophisticated rationale for the most vital form of modern property Cited by: It is in this broader context that that I see Professor Rob Merges’ new book Justifying Intellectual Property as a new Bible for Intellectual Property. In his Harvard University Press book, Merges explains his faith in intellectual property and how the basis for his faith provides general guidance for the structure of a well designed intellectual property system.
Robert Merges’ new book is an ambitious and innovative attempt to redress the resulting normative lacuna. Justifying Intellectual Property proceeds in three parts. In the first, Merges defends IP on Lockean, Kantian, and Rawlsian grounds. Intellectual property (IP) in the legal sense is a property, something that can be owned and dealt with.
Statutory forms of IP are declared to be property rights. In the final part of the book, the author strives to demonstrate the “cash value” or payoff of the theory he lays out in the early parts of the book. First Merges describes how property rights theory, traditionally keyed to the ownership of individual assets by individual claimants, can be mapped onto a world where large institutions employ.
图书Justifying Intellectual Property 介绍、书评、论坛及推荐. Why should a property interest exist in an intangible item. In recent years, arguments over intellectual property have often divided proponents--who emphasize the importance of providing incentives for producers of creative works-- from skeptics who emphasize the need for free and open access to knowledge.
As more and more of society’s valuable assets come to be incor- poreal and intangible, this function will more and more come to be served by the species of property we call IP. So in constructing a viable theory of property, it makes sense to start with IP, or at the very least to include it.
In a wide-ranging and ambitious analysis, Robert P. Merges establishes a sophisticated rationale for the most vital form of modern property: IP rights. His insightful new book answers the many critics who contend that these rights are inefficient, unfair, and theoretically incoherent.
Author(s): Himma, Kenneth | Abstract: The issue of whether the state is morally justified in affording content-creators a legal right to exclude others from the content of their creations is a sharply contested issue in information ethics.
Once taken for granted as morally legitimate, intellectual property rights have come under fire in the last thirty years as evolving digital information. In a wide-ranging and ambitious analysis, Robert P. Merges establishes a sophisticated rationale for the most vital form of modern property: IP rights.
His insightful new book answers the many critics who contend that these rights are inefficient, unfair, and theoretically incoherent. Justifying Intellectual Property establishes a sophisticated and balanced rationale for the most vital form of modern property, IP rights. Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, Volume 9 of Harvard University, made a challenging attempt to answer “yes”, in a book chapter entitled “Theories of Intellectual Property”.
The personality theory is described by Fisher as justifying property rights “when and only when they would promote human flourishing by. The book by Richard A. Spinello and Maria Bottis A Defense of Intellectual Property Rights analyses in a critical and comprehensive manner some of the dogmas widely spread by the critics of IPR paying special attention to the differences between EU and European legal regimes.
The fact that the exclusive right permits the creator to forbid the others from using his work is the main source of conflict. The most important source for understanding Locke’s justification of private property is the celebrated chapter “Of Property,” which comprises Chapter V of The Second Treatise of we also find significant remarks about property in Chapter IV (“Of Adam’s Title to Sovereignty by Donation”) of the First gh most of my discussion is based on Locke’s.
intellectual property as concept and has highlighted the justification behind protecting intellectual property under a sui generis legal framework.
The book very coherently highlights the author’s perspective on the relevance of intellectual property rights on today’s world with. Justification GGF intellectual property right management process is intended to mirror the intellectual property rights and procedures associated with the Internet Standards Process, as outlined in [BRADNER2] section The section above is a modified excerpt from [BRADNER2].
The Theories Behind Intellectual Property. Problem Framing James Boyle, The Apple of Forbidden Knowledge Thomas Hazlett, Code Breakers Problem Justifying and Limiting John Locke, Of Property, from Two Treatises on Government James Boyle, “Why Intellectual Property.Justifying Intellectual Property: Back to the Beginning Giv en that this book is about the philosophy of intellectual.
property rather than its economics, it has been necessary to be.*Prices in US$ apply to orders placed in the Americas only. Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated).