Ce petit rattrapage n’a rien d’exhaustif. Les ouvrages sont sélectionnés selon leur intérêt au regard des systèmes de droits visés objet de ce blog, ou (plus arbitrairement) pour les questions abordées. Les ouvrages de droit européen, de droit international, certaines encyclopédies et les nouvelles éditions d’ouvrages anciens ne sont pas visés. Merci de m’indiquer des publications oubliées. Pour des présentations (reviews) sur ces ouvrages, voir le site IPKat (label « book review ») et le site des éditeurs concernés (liens).
Patent Prosecution for Second Medical Uses, Edited by Jochen Bühling, AIPPI Law Series Volume 2, Wolters Kluwer 2016.
Description de l’éditeur: « Patent Prosecution for Second Medical Uses explains the key jurisdictional differences and challenges in protecting and enforcing second medical use (SMU) claims. When a party proposes an SMU for a known substance or compound, special issues of patentability arise as they form an important component of the potential second-line patent protection. Jurisdictions around the world vary significantly in their treatment of such claims. This compendium of contributions from nineteen jurisdictions worldwide is the result of the need for a broader and more detailed exposition in SMU in order to allow comparison between jurisdictions. »
The Liability of Internet Intermediaries, Jaani Riordan, Oxford University Press 2016.
Description de l’éditeur: « Internet intermediaries play a central role in modern commerce and society. Although their economic and social importance is well-recognised, their legal liability remains poorly understood, and, until now, no work has specifically addressed their legal responsibility for wrongdoing carried out by third parties using their facilities or platforms. This work fills that gap by providing comprehensive coverage of the legal duties owed by intermediaries and the increasingly complex schemes that regulate their activities. »
IP and Other Things: A Collection of Essays and Speeches, Robin Jacob, Bloomsbury 2015.
Description de l’éditeur: « The Rt Hon Professor Sir Robin Jacob has been variously a leading member of the Intellectual Property Bar, a High Court judge and, as Lord Justice Jacob, a judge in the Court of Appeal of England and Wales. His primary area of expertise is intellectual property (IP) rights. He chose to leave the Court of Appeal in March 2011 to take up his current position as the Sir Hugh Laddie Chair in intellectual property at University College London. Besides teaching and writing he still sits occasionally in the Court of Appeal, sits as an arbitrator, provides expert evidence, chairs the Advisory Committee on the Appointment and Training of the Judges of the Unified Patent Court and often advises the UK Government and EU Commission on IP matters. These essays and speeches, selected from his published and unpublished writings and lectures, illustrate the breadth of his learning in IP and other matters. They are written in typically straightforward and entertaining style and, in the case of the older essays, include a commentary of what has happened since they were first published. They will be of interest to any lawyer, law student or scholar interested in the development of IP law in the past quarter century or so. »