Irene Calboli

Irene Calboli
National University of Singapore | NUS · Faculty of Law

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Cambridge Core - International Trade Law - Exhausting Intellectual Property Rights - by Shubha Ghosh
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Cambridge Core - Intellectual Property - The Cambridge Handbook of Public-Private Partnerships, Intellectual Property Governance, and Sustainable Development - edited by Margaret Chon
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This article reviews the international provisions applicable to the protection of geographical indications of origin (GIs) and elaborates on the benefits of GI protection for local development and consumer information. Yet, this article supports that these benefits are dependent on a strict linkage between the GI-denominated products and the territ...
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This book aims to create an interface between intellectual property and diversity - including cultural, biological, religious, racial, and gender-based diversity. While acknowledging that the historical rationale for intellectual property protection is based on theories of utilitarian incentives and property rights, the authors of this volume asser...
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In this Chapter, I highlight the economic and cultural benefits that derive from GI protection and consider whether expanding GI protection beyond the current international standards could be desirable for WTO/TRIPs Members. I also address the theoretical challenges that the protection of GIs creates for the traditional intellectual property system...
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This opinion analyzes the decision of the Supreme Court of the United States in the case Kirtsaeng v. Wiley & Sons. In this decision, the Court ruled that the principle of copyright exhaustion as provided in Section 109(a) of the Copyright Act equally applies to products “lawfully made” in the United States as well as to products that have been “la...
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As the modern business world becomes increasingly decentralized and globally focused, traditional interpretations and applications of trademark protection law are facing greater and greater challenges. This is particularly true regarding the principle of trademark territoriality, which holds that trademark rights are bound by the laws of individual...
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This article offers a brief overview of the history and developments of the doctrine of aesthetic functionality in the United States and examines the recent decisions in Fleischer Studios, Inc v AVELA, Inc. In particular, the article argues that the courts in Fleischer added an important element to the interpretation of the doctrine, namely the fac...
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The digital age has prompted new questions about the role and function of copyright. Internationally, copyright has progressively increased its scope of protection over new technology and modes of distribution. Yet many copyright owners express dissatisfaction and consider that the system is not working for them. Many users of copyright material, a...
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In this article, we suggest that the U.S. Congress could implement a legislative provision prohibiting copyright protection for incidental product features in the context of parallel imports. The U.S.would not be the first country to implement such a provision. In 1994, Singapore pioneered the adoption of a similar provision, which was introduced a...

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