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xxiii, 447 pages ; 24 cm
  • Part I. The final act : its main features and contents. An overview of the agreement : contents and features / Frederick M. Abbott
  • ACTA initial provisions and general definitions / Xavier Seuba
  • ACTA general obligations with respect to enforcement / Xavier Seuba
  • Provisions on civil enforcement : Section 2 of ACTA / Anselm Kamperman Sanders
  • Legal framework for enforcement : border measures / Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan
  • ACTA and beyond : towards a differentiated approach to criminal enforcement of intellectual property rights at the global level / Christopher Geiger
  • ACTA's digital chapter : remaining concerns and what can be done / Rita Matulionyte
  • The ACTA committee / Peter K. Yu
  • Part II. Domestic legislative challenges. ACTA's constitutional problem in the United States / Sean Flynn
  • Trick or treaty?: the Australian debate over the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement / Matthew Rimmer
  • A Brazilian perspective : res inter alios ACTA / Denis Borges Barbosa
  • Lessons to be drawn from the ACTA process : an African perspective / Andrew Rens
  • Part III. Impact on related processes. Three steps taken toward a reinterpreted three-step test : the impact of ACTA and SOPA on TPP / Jonathan Band
  • ACTA and the future of access to knowledge in the digital environment : US enforcement trends as a global predictor / Annemarie Bridy
  • ACTA, East African enforcement legislation and generic medicines : a comparison / Christoph Spennemann
  • The EU and its IP policies : ACTA and third countries / Anselm Kampermann Sanders
  • Part IV. Views from stakeholders : Lessons. Lessons learned from the ACTA process : an industry perspective / Candice Li
  • Lessons learned from the ACTA process : the view of creators / Adriana Moscoso del Prado
  • ACTA, a view from the eye of the storm / Marietje Schaake
  • ACTA, EU, and economic, social, and cultural rights in the digital environment / Ante Wessels
  • Part V. What lies ahead ACTA. Assessing the implications of ACTA for the European Union : legitimate aim but wrong means / Christophe Geiger
  • ACTA : anatomy of a failed agreement / Bryan Mercurio
  • What was left out of ACTA / Kimberlee Weatherall
  • Slaying the ACTA myths / Michael Geist
  • Developing countries and the contestation of ACTA at the TRIPS Council / Ahmed Abdel-Latif
  • ACTA : what lessons for future plurilateral trade agreements? / Ricardo Melendez-Ortiz and Ahmed Abdel Latif.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is the most important effort undertaken to lay down a plurilateral legal framework for the enforcement of intellectual property rights. With the view to learn more about the origins of this treaty, the process leading to its conclusion and its implications for law making in this field, The ACTA and the Plurilateral Enforcement Agenda: Genesis and Aftermath analyses in great depth both the context and the content of the agreements. In order to attain this objective, a large and diverse group of experts - renowned scholars, policy makers, civil society and industry actors - who represent different perspectives on the necessary balance between intellectual property enforcement and other economic and social interests have been gathered together. This book is the most comprehensive analysis of ACTA, and of its relation with ongoing initiatives to improve enforcement of intellectual property and norms pertaining to a range of international legal regimes, conducted so far.
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  • Part I. The final act : its main features and contents. An overview of the agreement : contents and features / Frederick M. Abbott
  • ACTA initial provisions and general definitions / Xavier Seuba
  • ACTA general obligations with respect to enforcement / Xavier Seuba
  • Provisions on civil enforcement : Section 2 of ACTA / Anselm Kamperman Sanders
  • Legal framework for enforcement : border measures / Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan
  • ACTA and beyond : towards a differentiated approach to criminal enforcement of intellectual property rights at the global level / Christopher Geiger
  • ACTA's digital chapter : remaining concerns and what can be done / Rita Matulionyte
  • The ACTA committee / Peter K. Yu
  • Part II. Domestic legislative challenges. ACTA's constitutional problem in the United States / Sean Flynn
  • Trick or treaty?: the Australian debate over the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement / Matthew Rimmer
  • A Brazilian perspective : res inter alios ACTA / Denis Borges Barbosa
  • Lessons to be drawn from the ACTA process : an African perspective / Andrew Rens
  • Part III. Impact on related processes. Three steps taken toward a reinterpreted three-step test : the impact of ACTA and SOPA on TPP / Jonathan Band
  • ACTA and the future of access to knowledge in the digital environment : US enforcement trends as a global predictor / Annemarie Bridy
  • ACTA, East African enforcement legislation and generic medicines : a comparison / Christoph Spennemann
  • The EU and its IP policies : ACTA and third countries / Anselm Kampermann Sanders
  • Part IV. Views from stakeholders : Lessons. Lessons learned from the ACTA process : an industry perspective / Candice Li
  • Lessons learned from the ACTA process : the view of creators / Adriana Moscoso del Prado
  • ACTA, a view from the eye of the storm / Marietje Schaake
  • ACTA, EU, and economic, social, and cultural rights in the digital environment / Ante Wessels
  • Part V. What lies ahead ACTA. Assessing the implications of ACTA for the European Union : legitimate aim but wrong means / Christophe Geiger
  • ACTA : anatomy of a failed agreement / Bryan Mercurio
  • What was left out of ACTA / Kimberlee Weatherall
  • Slaying the ACTA myths / Michael Geist
  • Developing countries and the contestation of ACTA at the TRIPS Council / Ahmed Abdel-Latif
  • ACTA : what lessons for future plurilateral trade agreements? / Ricardo Melendez-Ortiz and Ahmed Abdel Latif.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is the most important effort undertaken to lay down a plurilateral legal framework for the enforcement of intellectual property rights. With the view to learn more about the origins of this treaty, the process leading to its conclusion and its implications for law making in this field, The ACTA and the Plurilateral Enforcement Agenda: Genesis and Aftermath analyses in great depth both the context and the content of the agreements. In order to attain this objective, a large and diverse group of experts - renowned scholars, policy makers, civil society and industry actors - who represent different perspectives on the necessary balance between intellectual property enforcement and other economic and social interests have been gathered together. This book is the most comprehensive analysis of ACTA, and of its relation with ongoing initiatives to improve enforcement of intellectual property and norms pertaining to a range of international legal regimes, conducted so far.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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K1577.5 .A38 A28 2015 Unknown
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xii, 241 p. : ill. ; 25 cm
  • What is art?
  • What is intellectual property?
  • International law, choice of law and the international and domestic application of intellectual property
  • What is protected by copyright?
  • Issues relating to ownership of copyright
  • Requirements for copyright protection
  • Exceptions to copyright
  • Related rights : performances
  • Digitization
  • The rights of privacy and publicity
  • Moral rights
  • Artist's resale right and art collecting societies
  • Traditional cultural expressions
  • Art and fashion design
  • Art and trademark law and domain names
  • Art, industrial design and works of artistic craftsmanship
  • Contracts and dispute resolution.
  • What is art?
  • What is intellectual property?
  • International law, choice of law and the international and domestic application of intellectual property
  • What is protected by copyright?
  • Issues relating to ownership of copyright
  • Requirements for copyright protection
  • Exceptions to copyright
  • Related rights : performances
  • Digitization
  • The rights of privacy and publicity
  • Moral rights
  • Artist's resale right and art collecting societies
  • Traditional cultural expressions
  • Art and fashion design
  • Art and trademark law and domain names
  • Art, industrial design and works of artistic craftsmanship
  • Contracts and dispute resolution.
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K1460 .T67 2015 Unknown
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xi, 135 pages ; 25 cm
  • EU copyright law between property and fundamental rights : a proposal to connect the dots / Caterina Sganga
  • Online exhaustion and the boundaries of interpretation / Giorgio Spedicato
  • Effects of culture on judicial decisions : personal data protection vs. copyright enforcement / Federica Giovanella
  • Academic freedom, copyright, and access to scholarly works : a comparative perspective / Valentina Moscon.
This book focuses on the thorny and highly topical issue of balancing copyright in the digital age. The idea for it sprang from the often heated debates among intellectual property scholars on the possibilities and the limits of copyright. Copyright law has been broadening its scope for decades now, and as a result it often clashes with other rights (frequently, fundamental rights), raising the question of which right prevails. The papers represent the product of intensive research by experts, who employ rigorous interpretative methodologies while keeping an eye on comparison and on the impacts of new technologies on law. The contributions concentrate on the "propertization" of copyright; on the principle of exhaustion of the distribution right; on the conflict between users' privacy and personal data needs; and on the balance between copyright and academic freedom. Starting from the difficulties inherently connected to the difficult task of balancing rights that respond to opposing interests, each essay analyzes techniques and arguments applied by institutional decision-makers in trying to solve this dilemma. Each author applies a specific methodology involving legal comparison, while taking into account the European framework for copyright and related rights. This work represents a unique piece of scholarship, in which a single issue is read through different lenses, demonstrating the need to reconcile copyright with other fundamental areas of law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • EU copyright law between property and fundamental rights : a proposal to connect the dots / Caterina Sganga
  • Online exhaustion and the boundaries of interpretation / Giorgio Spedicato
  • Effects of culture on judicial decisions : personal data protection vs. copyright enforcement / Federica Giovanella
  • Academic freedom, copyright, and access to scholarly works : a comparative perspective / Valentina Moscon.
This book focuses on the thorny and highly topical issue of balancing copyright in the digital age. The idea for it sprang from the often heated debates among intellectual property scholars on the possibilities and the limits of copyright. Copyright law has been broadening its scope for decades now, and as a result it often clashes with other rights (frequently, fundamental rights), raising the question of which right prevails. The papers represent the product of intensive research by experts, who employ rigorous interpretative methodologies while keeping an eye on comparison and on the impacts of new technologies on law. The contributions concentrate on the "propertization" of copyright; on the principle of exhaustion of the distribution right; on the conflict between users' privacy and personal data needs; and on the balance between copyright and academic freedom. Starting from the difficulties inherently connected to the difficult task of balancing rights that respond to opposing interests, each essay analyzes techniques and arguments applied by institutional decision-makers in trying to solve this dilemma. Each author applies a specific methodology involving legal comparison, while taking into account the European framework for copyright and related rights. This work represents a unique piece of scholarship, in which a single issue is read through different lenses, demonstrating the need to reconcile copyright with other fundamental areas of law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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K1447.95 .B35 2015 Unknown
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  • A Big Data Primer for Executives-- James R. Kalyvas and David R. Albertson What Is Big Data? Characteristics of Big Data Volume The Internet of Things and Volume Variety Velocity Validation Cross-Disciplinary Approach, New Skills, and Investment Acquiring Relevant Data The Basics of How Big Data Technology Works Summary Notes Overview of Information Security and Compliance: Seeing the Forest for the Trees-- Michael R. Overly Introduction What Kind of Data Should Be Protected? Why Protections Are Important Common Misconceptions about Information Security Compliance Finding Common Threads in Compliance Laws and Regulations Conclusion Note Information Security in Vendor and Business Partner Relationships-- Michael R. Overly Introduction Chapter Overview The First Tool: A Due Diligence Questionnaire The Second Tool: Key Contractual Protections Warranties Specific Information Security Obligations Indemnity Limitation of Liability Confidentiality Audit Rights The Third Tool: An Information Security Requirements Exhibit Conclusion Privacy and Big Data-- Chanley T. Howell Introduction Privacy Laws, Regulations, and Principles that Have an Impact on Big Data The Foundations of Privacy Compliance Notice Choice Access Fair Credit Reporting Act Consumer Reports Increased Scrutiny from the FTC Implications for Businesses Monetizing Personal Information: Are You a Data Broker? The FTC's Reclaim Your Name Initiative Deidentification Online Behavioral Advertising Best Practices for Achieving Privacy Compliance for Big Data Initiatives Data Flow Mapping Illustration Notes Federal and State Data Privacy Laws and Their Implications for the Creation and Use of Health Information Databases-- M. Leeann Habte Introduction Chapter Overview Key Considerations Related to Sources and Types of Data PHI Collected from Covered Entities Without Individual Authorization Analysis for Covered Entities' Health Care Operations Creation and Use of Deidentified Data Strategies for Aggregation and Deidentification of PHI by Business Associates Marketing and Sale of PHI Creation of Research Databases for Future Research Uses of PHI Sensitive Information Big Data Collected from Individuals Personal Health Records Mobile Technologies and Web-Based Applications Conclusion State Laws Limiting Further Disclosures of Health Information State Law Restrictions Generally Genetic Data: Informed Consent and Data Ownership Conclusion Notes Big Data and Risk Assessment-- Eileen R. Ridley Introduction What Is the Strategic Purpose for the Use of Big Data? How Does the Use of Big Data Have an Impact on the Market? Does the Use of Big Data Result in Injury or Damage? Does the Use of Big Data Analysis Have an Impact on Health Issues? The Impact of Big Data on Discovery Notes Licensing Big Data-- Aaron K. Tantleff Overview Protection of the Data/Database Under Intellectual Property Law Copyright Trade Secrets Contractual Protections for Big Data Ownership Rights License Grant Anonymization Confidentiality Salting the Database Termination Fees/Royalties Revenue Models Price Protection Audit Warranty Indemnification Limitation of Liability Conclusion Notes The Antitrust Laws and Big Data-- Alan D. Rutenberg, Howard W. Fogt, and Benjamin R. Dryden Introduction Overview of the Antitrust Laws Big Data and Price-Fixing Price-Fixing Risks "Signaling" Risks Steps to Reduce Price-Fixing and Signaling Risks Information-Sharing Risks Data Privacy and Security Policies as Facets of Nonprice Competition Price Discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act Conclusion Notes The Impact of Big Data on Insureds, Insurance Coverage, and Insurers-- Ethan D. Lenz and Morgan J. Tilleman Introduction The Risks of Big Data Traditional Insurance Likely Contains Significant Coverage Gaps for the Risks Posed by Big Data Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage for the Risks Posed by Big Data Considerations in the Purchase of Cyber Insurance Protection Issues Related to Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage The Use of Big Data by Insurers Underwriting, Discounts, and the Trade Practices Act The Privacy Act Access to Personal Information Correction of Personal Information Disclosure of the Basis for Adverse Underwriting Decisions Third-Party Data and the Privacy Act The Privacy Regulation Conclusion Notes Using Big Data to Manage Human Resources-- Mark J. Neuberger Introduction Using Big Data to Manage People Absenteeism and Scheduling Identifying Attributes of Success for Various Roles Leading Change Managing Employee Fraud Regulating the Use of Big Data in Human Resource Management Antidiscrimination under Title VII The Genetic Information and Nondiscrimination Act of 2007 National Labor Relations Act Fair Credit Reporting Act State and Local Laws Conclusion Notes Big Data Discovery-- Adam C. Losey Introduction Big Data, Big Preservation Problems Big Data Preservation The Duty to Preserve: A Time-Tested Legal Doctrine Meets Big Data Avoiding Preservation Pitfalls Failure to Flip the Off Switch The Spreadsheet Error The Never-Ending Hold The Fire and Forget Deputizing Custodians as Information Technology Personnel Pulling the Litigation Hold Trigger Big Data Preservation Triggers Big Database Discovery The Database Difference Databases in Litigation Cooperate Where You Can Object to Unreasonable Demands Be Specific Talk about Database Discovery Early in the Process Big Data Digging Driving the CAR Process The Clawback Judicial Acceptance of CAR Methods Conclusion Notes Glossary Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Big Data: A Business and Legal Guide supplies a clear understanding of the interrelationships between Big Data, the new business insights it reveals, and the laws, regulations, and contracting practices that impact the use of the insights and the data. Providing business executives and lawyers (in-house and in private practice) with an accessible primer on Big Data and its business implications, this book will enable readers to quickly grasp the key issues and effectively implement the right solutions to collecting, licensing, handling, and using Big Data. The book brings together subject matter experts who examine a different area of law in each chapter and explain how these laws can affect the way your business or organization can use Big Data. These experts also supply recommendations as to the steps your organization can take to maximize Big Data opportunities without increasing risk and liability to your organization. * Provides a new way of thinking about Big Data that will help readers address emerging issues * Supplies real-world advice and practical ways to handle the issues * Uses examples pulled from the news and cases to illustrate points * Includes a non-technical Big Data primer that discusses the characteristics of Big Data and distinguishes it from traditional database models Taking a cross-disciplinary approach, the book will help executives, managers, and counsel better understand the interrelationships between Big Data, decisions based on Big Data, and the laws, regulations, and contracting practices that impact its use. After reading this book, you will be able to think more broadly about the best way to harness Big Data in your business and establish procedures to ensure that legal considerations are part of the decision.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • A Big Data Primer for Executives-- James R. Kalyvas and David R. Albertson What Is Big Data? Characteristics of Big Data Volume The Internet of Things and Volume Variety Velocity Validation Cross-Disciplinary Approach, New Skills, and Investment Acquiring Relevant Data The Basics of How Big Data Technology Works Summary Notes Overview of Information Security and Compliance: Seeing the Forest for the Trees-- Michael R. Overly Introduction What Kind of Data Should Be Protected? Why Protections Are Important Common Misconceptions about Information Security Compliance Finding Common Threads in Compliance Laws and Regulations Conclusion Note Information Security in Vendor and Business Partner Relationships-- Michael R. Overly Introduction Chapter Overview The First Tool: A Due Diligence Questionnaire The Second Tool: Key Contractual Protections Warranties Specific Information Security Obligations Indemnity Limitation of Liability Confidentiality Audit Rights The Third Tool: An Information Security Requirements Exhibit Conclusion Privacy and Big Data-- Chanley T. Howell Introduction Privacy Laws, Regulations, and Principles that Have an Impact on Big Data The Foundations of Privacy Compliance Notice Choice Access Fair Credit Reporting Act Consumer Reports Increased Scrutiny from the FTC Implications for Businesses Monetizing Personal Information: Are You a Data Broker? The FTC's Reclaim Your Name Initiative Deidentification Online Behavioral Advertising Best Practices for Achieving Privacy Compliance for Big Data Initiatives Data Flow Mapping Illustration Notes Federal and State Data Privacy Laws and Their Implications for the Creation and Use of Health Information Databases-- M. Leeann Habte Introduction Chapter Overview Key Considerations Related to Sources and Types of Data PHI Collected from Covered Entities Without Individual Authorization Analysis for Covered Entities' Health Care Operations Creation and Use of Deidentified Data Strategies for Aggregation and Deidentification of PHI by Business Associates Marketing and Sale of PHI Creation of Research Databases for Future Research Uses of PHI Sensitive Information Big Data Collected from Individuals Personal Health Records Mobile Technologies and Web-Based Applications Conclusion State Laws Limiting Further Disclosures of Health Information State Law Restrictions Generally Genetic Data: Informed Consent and Data Ownership Conclusion Notes Big Data and Risk Assessment-- Eileen R. Ridley Introduction What Is the Strategic Purpose for the Use of Big Data? How Does the Use of Big Data Have an Impact on the Market? Does the Use of Big Data Result in Injury or Damage? Does the Use of Big Data Analysis Have an Impact on Health Issues? The Impact of Big Data on Discovery Notes Licensing Big Data-- Aaron K. Tantleff Overview Protection of the Data/Database Under Intellectual Property Law Copyright Trade Secrets Contractual Protections for Big Data Ownership Rights License Grant Anonymization Confidentiality Salting the Database Termination Fees/Royalties Revenue Models Price Protection Audit Warranty Indemnification Limitation of Liability Conclusion Notes The Antitrust Laws and Big Data-- Alan D. Rutenberg, Howard W. Fogt, and Benjamin R. Dryden Introduction Overview of the Antitrust Laws Big Data and Price-Fixing Price-Fixing Risks "Signaling" Risks Steps to Reduce Price-Fixing and Signaling Risks Information-Sharing Risks Data Privacy and Security Policies as Facets of Nonprice Competition Price Discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act Conclusion Notes The Impact of Big Data on Insureds, Insurance Coverage, and Insurers-- Ethan D. Lenz and Morgan J. Tilleman Introduction The Risks of Big Data Traditional Insurance Likely Contains Significant Coverage Gaps for the Risks Posed by Big Data Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage for the Risks Posed by Big Data Considerations in the Purchase of Cyber Insurance Protection Issues Related to Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage The Use of Big Data by Insurers Underwriting, Discounts, and the Trade Practices Act The Privacy Act Access to Personal Information Correction of Personal Information Disclosure of the Basis for Adverse Underwriting Decisions Third-Party Data and the Privacy Act The Privacy Regulation Conclusion Notes Using Big Data to Manage Human Resources-- Mark J. Neuberger Introduction Using Big Data to Manage People Absenteeism and Scheduling Identifying Attributes of Success for Various Roles Leading Change Managing Employee Fraud Regulating the Use of Big Data in Human Resource Management Antidiscrimination under Title VII The Genetic Information and Nondiscrimination Act of 2007 National Labor Relations Act Fair Credit Reporting Act State and Local Laws Conclusion Notes Big Data Discovery-- Adam C. Losey Introduction Big Data, Big Preservation Problems Big Data Preservation The Duty to Preserve: A Time-Tested Legal Doctrine Meets Big Data Avoiding Preservation Pitfalls Failure to Flip the Off Switch The Spreadsheet Error The Never-Ending Hold The Fire and Forget Deputizing Custodians as Information Technology Personnel Pulling the Litigation Hold Trigger Big Data Preservation Triggers Big Database Discovery The Database Difference Databases in Litigation Cooperate Where You Can Object to Unreasonable Demands Be Specific Talk about Database Discovery Early in the Process Big Data Digging Driving the CAR Process The Clawback Judicial Acceptance of CAR Methods Conclusion Notes Glossary Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Big Data: A Business and Legal Guide supplies a clear understanding of the interrelationships between Big Data, the new business insights it reveals, and the laws, regulations, and contracting practices that impact the use of the insights and the data. Providing business executives and lawyers (in-house and in private practice) with an accessible primer on Big Data and its business implications, this book will enable readers to quickly grasp the key issues and effectively implement the right solutions to collecting, licensing, handling, and using Big Data. The book brings together subject matter experts who examine a different area of law in each chapter and explain how these laws can affect the way your business or organization can use Big Data. These experts also supply recommendations as to the steps your organization can take to maximize Big Data opportunities without increasing risk and liability to your organization. * Provides a new way of thinking about Big Data that will help readers address emerging issues * Supplies real-world advice and practical ways to handle the issues * Uses examples pulled from the news and cases to illustrate points * Includes a non-technical Big Data primer that discusses the characteristics of Big Data and distinguishes it from traditional database models Taking a cross-disciplinary approach, the book will help executives, managers, and counsel better understand the interrelationships between Big Data, decisions based on Big Data, and the laws, regulations, and contracting practices that impact its use. After reading this book, you will be able to think more broadly about the best way to harness Big Data in your business and establish procedures to ensure that legal considerations are part of the decision.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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p. ; cm.
  • A Big Data Primer for Executives-- James R. Kalyvas and David R. Albertson What Is Big Data? Characteristics of Big Data Volume The Internet of Things and Volume Variety Velocity Validation Cross-Disciplinary Approach, New Skills, and Investment Acquiring Relevant Data The Basics of How Big Data Technology Works Summary Notes Overview of Information Security and Compliance: Seeing the Forest for the Trees-- Michael R. Overly Introduction What Kind of Data Should Be Protected? Why Protections Are Important Common Misconceptions about Information Security Compliance Finding Common Threads in Compliance Laws and Regulations Conclusion Note Information Security in Vendor and Business Partner Relationships-- Michael R. Overly Introduction Chapter Overview The First Tool: A Due Diligence Questionnaire The Second Tool: Key Contractual Protections Warranties Specific Information Security Obligations Indemnity Limitation of Liability Confidentiality Audit Rights The Third Tool: An Information Security Requirements Exhibit Conclusion Privacy and Big Data-- Chanley T. Howell Introduction Privacy Laws, Regulations, and Principles that Have an Impact on Big Data The Foundations of Privacy Compliance Notice Choice Access Fair Credit Reporting Act Consumer Reports Increased Scrutiny from the FTC Implications for Businesses Monetizing Personal Information: Are You a Data Broker? The FTC's Reclaim Your Name Initiative Deidentification Online Behavioral Advertising Best Practices for Achieving Privacy Compliance for Big Data Initiatives Data Flow Mapping Illustration Notes Federal and State Data Privacy Laws and Their Implications for the Creation and Use of Health Information Databases-- M. Leeann Habte Introduction Chapter Overview Key Considerations Related to Sources and Types of Data PHI Collected from Covered Entities Without Individual Authorization Analysis for Covered Entities' Health Care Operations Creation and Use of Deidentified Data Strategies for Aggregation and Deidentification of PHI by Business Associates Marketing and Sale of PHI Creation of Research Databases for Future Research Uses of PHI Sensitive Information Big Data Collected from Individuals Personal Health Records Mobile Technologies and Web-Based Applications Conclusion State Laws Limiting Further Disclosures of Health Information State Law Restrictions Generally Genetic Data: Informed Consent and Data Ownership Conclusion Notes Big Data and Risk Assessment-- Eileen R. Ridley Introduction What Is the Strategic Purpose for the Use of Big Data? How Does the Use of Big Data Have an Impact on the Market? Does the Use of Big Data Result in Injury or Damage? Does the Use of Big Data Analysis Have an Impact on Health Issues? The Impact of Big Data on Discovery Notes Licensing Big Data-- Aaron K. Tantleff Overview Protection of the Data/Database Under Intellectual Property Law Copyright Trade Secrets Contractual Protections for Big Data Ownership Rights License Grant Anonymization Confidentiality Salting the Database Termination Fees/Royalties Revenue Models Price Protection Audit Warranty Indemnification Limitation of Liability Conclusion Notes The Antitrust Laws and Big Data-- Alan D. Rutenberg, Howard W. Fogt, and Benjamin R. Dryden Introduction Overview of the Antitrust Laws Big Data and Price-Fixing Price-Fixing Risks "Signaling" Risks Steps to Reduce Price-Fixing and Signaling Risks Information-Sharing Risks Data Privacy and Security Policies as Facets of Nonprice Competition Price Discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act Conclusion Notes The Impact of Big Data on Insureds, Insurance Coverage, and Insurers-- Ethan D. Lenz and Morgan J. Tilleman Introduction The Risks of Big Data Traditional Insurance Likely Contains Significant Coverage Gaps for the Risks Posed by Big Data Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage for the Risks Posed by Big Data Considerations in the Purchase of Cyber Insurance Protection Issues Related to Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage The Use of Big Data by Insurers Underwriting, Discounts, and the Trade Practices Act The Privacy Act Access to Personal Information Correction of Personal Information Disclosure of the Basis for Adverse Underwriting Decisions Third-Party Data and the Privacy Act The Privacy Regulation Conclusion Notes Using Big Data to Manage Human Resources-- Mark J. Neuberger Introduction Using Big Data to Manage People Absenteeism and Scheduling Identifying Attributes of Success for Various Roles Leading Change Managing Employee Fraud Regulating the Use of Big Data in Human Resource Management Antidiscrimination under Title VII The Genetic Information and Nondiscrimination Act of 2007 National Labor Relations Act Fair Credit Reporting Act State and Local Laws Conclusion Notes Big Data Discovery-- Adam C. Losey Introduction Big Data, Big Preservation Problems Big Data Preservation The Duty to Preserve: A Time-Tested Legal Doctrine Meets Big Data Avoiding Preservation Pitfalls Failure to Flip the Off Switch The Spreadsheet Error The Never-Ending Hold The Fire and Forget Deputizing Custodians as Information Technology Personnel Pulling the Litigation Hold Trigger Big Data Preservation Triggers Big Database Discovery The Database Difference Databases in Litigation Cooperate Where You Can Object to Unreasonable Demands Be Specific Talk about Database Discovery Early in the Process Big Data Digging Driving the CAR Process The Clawback Judicial Acceptance of CAR Methods Conclusion Notes Glossary Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Big Data: A Business and Legal Guide supplies a clear understanding of the interrelationships between Big Data, the new business insights it reveals, and the laws, regulations, and contracting practices that impact the use of the insights and the data. Providing business executives and lawyers (in-house and in private practice) with an accessible primer on Big Data and its business implications, this book will enable readers to quickly grasp the key issues and effectively implement the right solutions to collecting, licensing, handling, and using Big Data. The book brings together subject matter experts who examine a different area of law in each chapter and explain how these laws can affect the way your business or organization can use Big Data. These experts also supply recommendations as to the steps your organization can take to maximize Big Data opportunities without increasing risk and liability to your organization. * Provides a new way of thinking about Big Data that will help readers address emerging issues * Supplies real-world advice and practical ways to handle the issues * Uses examples pulled from the news and cases to illustrate points * Includes a non-technical Big Data primer that discusses the characteristics of Big Data and distinguishes it from traditional database models Taking a cross-disciplinary approach, the book will help executives, managers, and counsel better understand the interrelationships between Big Data, decisions based on Big Data, and the laws, regulations, and contracting practices that impact its use. After reading this book, you will be able to think more broadly about the best way to harness Big Data in your business and establish procedures to ensure that legal considerations are part of the decision.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • A Big Data Primer for Executives-- James R. Kalyvas and David R. Albertson What Is Big Data? Characteristics of Big Data Volume The Internet of Things and Volume Variety Velocity Validation Cross-Disciplinary Approach, New Skills, and Investment Acquiring Relevant Data The Basics of How Big Data Technology Works Summary Notes Overview of Information Security and Compliance: Seeing the Forest for the Trees-- Michael R. Overly Introduction What Kind of Data Should Be Protected? Why Protections Are Important Common Misconceptions about Information Security Compliance Finding Common Threads in Compliance Laws and Regulations Conclusion Note Information Security in Vendor and Business Partner Relationships-- Michael R. Overly Introduction Chapter Overview The First Tool: A Due Diligence Questionnaire The Second Tool: Key Contractual Protections Warranties Specific Information Security Obligations Indemnity Limitation of Liability Confidentiality Audit Rights The Third Tool: An Information Security Requirements Exhibit Conclusion Privacy and Big Data-- Chanley T. Howell Introduction Privacy Laws, Regulations, and Principles that Have an Impact on Big Data The Foundations of Privacy Compliance Notice Choice Access Fair Credit Reporting Act Consumer Reports Increased Scrutiny from the FTC Implications for Businesses Monetizing Personal Information: Are You a Data Broker? The FTC's Reclaim Your Name Initiative Deidentification Online Behavioral Advertising Best Practices for Achieving Privacy Compliance for Big Data Initiatives Data Flow Mapping Illustration Notes Federal and State Data Privacy Laws and Their Implications for the Creation and Use of Health Information Databases-- M. Leeann Habte Introduction Chapter Overview Key Considerations Related to Sources and Types of Data PHI Collected from Covered Entities Without Individual Authorization Analysis for Covered Entities' Health Care Operations Creation and Use of Deidentified Data Strategies for Aggregation and Deidentification of PHI by Business Associates Marketing and Sale of PHI Creation of Research Databases for Future Research Uses of PHI Sensitive Information Big Data Collected from Individuals Personal Health Records Mobile Technologies and Web-Based Applications Conclusion State Laws Limiting Further Disclosures of Health Information State Law Restrictions Generally Genetic Data: Informed Consent and Data Ownership Conclusion Notes Big Data and Risk Assessment-- Eileen R. Ridley Introduction What Is the Strategic Purpose for the Use of Big Data? How Does the Use of Big Data Have an Impact on the Market? Does the Use of Big Data Result in Injury or Damage? Does the Use of Big Data Analysis Have an Impact on Health Issues? The Impact of Big Data on Discovery Notes Licensing Big Data-- Aaron K. Tantleff Overview Protection of the Data/Database Under Intellectual Property Law Copyright Trade Secrets Contractual Protections for Big Data Ownership Rights License Grant Anonymization Confidentiality Salting the Database Termination Fees/Royalties Revenue Models Price Protection Audit Warranty Indemnification Limitation of Liability Conclusion Notes The Antitrust Laws and Big Data-- Alan D. Rutenberg, Howard W. Fogt, and Benjamin R. Dryden Introduction Overview of the Antitrust Laws Big Data and Price-Fixing Price-Fixing Risks "Signaling" Risks Steps to Reduce Price-Fixing and Signaling Risks Information-Sharing Risks Data Privacy and Security Policies as Facets of Nonprice Competition Price Discrimination and the Robinson-Patman Act Conclusion Notes The Impact of Big Data on Insureds, Insurance Coverage, and Insurers-- Ethan D. Lenz and Morgan J. Tilleman Introduction The Risks of Big Data Traditional Insurance Likely Contains Significant Coverage Gaps for the Risks Posed by Big Data Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage for the Risks Posed by Big Data Considerations in the Purchase of Cyber Insurance Protection Issues Related to Cyber Liability Insurance Coverage The Use of Big Data by Insurers Underwriting, Discounts, and the Trade Practices Act The Privacy Act Access to Personal Information Correction of Personal Information Disclosure of the Basis for Adverse Underwriting Decisions Third-Party Data and the Privacy Act The Privacy Regulation Conclusion Notes Using Big Data to Manage Human Resources-- Mark J. Neuberger Introduction Using Big Data to Manage People Absenteeism and Scheduling Identifying Attributes of Success for Various Roles Leading Change Managing Employee Fraud Regulating the Use of Big Data in Human Resource Management Antidiscrimination under Title VII The Genetic Information and Nondiscrimination Act of 2007 National Labor Relations Act Fair Credit Reporting Act State and Local Laws Conclusion Notes Big Data Discovery-- Adam C. Losey Introduction Big Data, Big Preservation Problems Big Data Preservation The Duty to Preserve: A Time-Tested Legal Doctrine Meets Big Data Avoiding Preservation Pitfalls Failure to Flip the Off Switch The Spreadsheet Error The Never-Ending Hold The Fire and Forget Deputizing Custodians as Information Technology Personnel Pulling the Litigation Hold Trigger Big Data Preservation Triggers Big Database Discovery The Database Difference Databases in Litigation Cooperate Where You Can Object to Unreasonable Demands Be Specific Talk about Database Discovery Early in the Process Big Data Digging Driving the CAR Process The Clawback Judicial Acceptance of CAR Methods Conclusion Notes Glossary Index.
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Big Data: A Business and Legal Guide supplies a clear understanding of the interrelationships between Big Data, the new business insights it reveals, and the laws, regulations, and contracting practices that impact the use of the insights and the data. Providing business executives and lawyers (in-house and in private practice) with an accessible primer on Big Data and its business implications, this book will enable readers to quickly grasp the key issues and effectively implement the right solutions to collecting, licensing, handling, and using Big Data. The book brings together subject matter experts who examine a different area of law in each chapter and explain how these laws can affect the way your business or organization can use Big Data. These experts also supply recommendations as to the steps your organization can take to maximize Big Data opportunities without increasing risk and liability to your organization. * Provides a new way of thinking about Big Data that will help readers address emerging issues * Supplies real-world advice and practical ways to handle the issues * Uses examples pulled from the news and cases to illustrate points * Includes a non-technical Big Data primer that discusses the characteristics of Big Data and distinguishes it from traditional database models Taking a cross-disciplinary approach, the book will help executives, managers, and counsel better understand the interrelationships between Big Data, decisions based on Big Data, and the laws, regulations, and contracting practices that impact its use. After reading this book, you will be able to think more broadly about the best way to harness Big Data in your business and establish procedures to ensure that legal considerations are part of the decision.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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xiii, 839 pages : color illustrations, charts ; 29 cm
  • Machine generated contents note: Preface; Focus on value; Global perspectives; Process insights; Part I. Identify: Stage 1. Needs Finding: 1.1 Strategic focus; 1.2 Needs exploration; 1.3 Need statement development; Case study; Stage 2. Needs Screening: 2.1 Disease state fundamentals; 2.2 Existing solutions; 2.3 Stakeholder analysis; 2.4 Market analysis; 2.5 Needs selection; Case study; Part II. Invent: Stage 3. Concept Generation: 3.1 Ideation; 3.2 Initial concept selection; Case study; Stage 4. Concept Screening: 4.1 Intellectual property basics; 4.2 Regulatory basics; 4.3 Reimbursement basics; 4.4 Business models; 4.5 Concept exploration and testing; 4.6 Final concept selection; Case study; Part III. Implement: Stage 5. Strategy Development: 5.1 IP strategy; 5.2 R & D strategy; 5.3 Clinical strategy; 5.4 Regulatory strategy; 5.5 Quality management; 5.6 Reimbursement strategy; 5.7 Marketing and stakeholder strategy; 5.8 Sales and distribution strategy; 5.9 Competitive advantage and business strategy; Case study; Stage 6. Business Planning: 6.1 Operating plan and financial model; 6.2 Strategy integration and communication; 6.3 Funding approaches; 6.4 Alternate pathways; Case study; About the author team; Image credits; Glossary; Index.
"This step-by-step guide to medical technology innovation, now in full color, has been rewritten to reflect recent trends of industry globalization and value-conscious healthcare. Written by a team of medical, engineering, and business experts, the authors provide a comprehensive resource that leads students, researchers, and entrepreneurs through a proven process for the identification, invention, and implementation of new solutions. Case studies on innovative products from around the world, successes and failures, practical advice, and end-of-chapter 'Getting Started' sections encourage readers to learn from real projects and apply important lessons to their own work. A wealth of additional material supports the book, including a collection of nearly 100 videos created for the second edition, active links to external websites, supplementary appendices, and timely updates on the companion website at ebiodesign.org. Readers can access this material quickly, easily, and at the most relevant point in the text from within the ebook"--Provided by publisher.
  • Machine generated contents note: Preface; Focus on value; Global perspectives; Process insights; Part I. Identify: Stage 1. Needs Finding: 1.1 Strategic focus; 1.2 Needs exploration; 1.3 Need statement development; Case study; Stage 2. Needs Screening: 2.1 Disease state fundamentals; 2.2 Existing solutions; 2.3 Stakeholder analysis; 2.4 Market analysis; 2.5 Needs selection; Case study; Part II. Invent: Stage 3. Concept Generation: 3.1 Ideation; 3.2 Initial concept selection; Case study; Stage 4. Concept Screening: 4.1 Intellectual property basics; 4.2 Regulatory basics; 4.3 Reimbursement basics; 4.4 Business models; 4.5 Concept exploration and testing; 4.6 Final concept selection; Case study; Part III. Implement: Stage 5. Strategy Development: 5.1 IP strategy; 5.2 R & D strategy; 5.3 Clinical strategy; 5.4 Regulatory strategy; 5.5 Quality management; 5.6 Reimbursement strategy; 5.7 Marketing and stakeholder strategy; 5.8 Sales and distribution strategy; 5.9 Competitive advantage and business strategy; Case study; Stage 6. Business Planning: 6.1 Operating plan and financial model; 6.2 Strategy integration and communication; 6.3 Funding approaches; 6.4 Alternate pathways; Case study; About the author team; Image credits; Glossary; Index.
"This step-by-step guide to medical technology innovation, now in full color, has been rewritten to reflect recent trends of industry globalization and value-conscious healthcare. Written by a team of medical, engineering, and business experts, the authors provide a comprehensive resource that leads students, researchers, and entrepreneurs through a proven process for the identification, invention, and implementation of new solutions. Case studies on innovative products from around the world, successes and failures, practical advice, and end-of-chapter 'Getting Started' sections encourage readers to learn from real projects and apply important lessons to their own work. A wealth of additional material supports the book, including a collection of nearly 100 videos created for the second edition, active links to external websites, supplementary appendices, and timely updates on the companion website at ebiodesign.org. Readers can access this material quickly, easily, and at the most relevant point in the text from within the ebook"--Provided by publisher.
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xii, 839 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
  • Preface-- Focus on value-- Global perspectives-- Process insights-- Part I. Identify: Stage 1. Needs Finding: 1.1 Strategic focus-- 1.2 Needs exploration-- 1.3 Need statement development-- Case study-- Stage 2. Needs Screening: 2.1 Disease state fundamentals-- 2.2 Existing solutions-- 2.3 Stakeholder analysis-- 2.4 Market analysis-- 2.5 Needs selection-- Case study-- Part II. Invent: Stage 3. Concept Generation: 3.1 Ideation-- 3.2 Initial concept selection-- Case study-- Stage 4. Concept Screening: 4.1 Intellectual property basics-- 4.2 Regulatory basics-- 4.3 Reimbursement basics-- 4.4 Business models-- 4.5 Concept exploration and testing-- 4.6 Final concept selection-- Case study-- Part III. Implement: Stage 5. Strategy Development: 5.1 IP strategy-- 5.2 R&D strategy-- 5.3 Clinical strategy-- 5.4 Regulatory strategy-- 5.5 Quality management-- 5.6 Reimbursement strategy-- 5.7 Marketing and stakeholder strategy-- 5.8 Sales and distribution strategy-- 5.9 Competitive advantage and business strategy-- Case study-- Stage 6. Business Planning: 6.1 Operating plan and financial model-- 6.2 Strategy integration and communication-- 6.3 Funding approaches-- 6.4 Alternate pathways-- Case study-- About the author team-- Image credits-- Glossary-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This step-by-step guide to medical technology innovation, now in full color, has been rewritten to reflect recent trends of industry globalization and value-conscious healthcare. Written by a team of medical, engineering, and business experts, the authors provide a comprehensive resource that leads students, researchers, and entrepreneurs through a proven process for the identification, invention, and implementation of new solutions. Case studies on innovative products from around the world, successes and failures, practical advice, and end-of-chapter 'Getting Started' sections encourage readers to learn from real projects and apply important lessons to their own work. A wealth of additional material supports the book, including a collection of nearly 100 videos created for the second edition, active links to external websites, supplementary appendices, and timely updates on the companion website at ebiodesign.org. Readers can access this material quickly, easily, and at the most relevant point in the text from within the ebook.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface-- Focus on value-- Global perspectives-- Process insights-- Part I. Identify: Stage 1. Needs Finding: 1.1 Strategic focus-- 1.2 Needs exploration-- 1.3 Need statement development-- Case study-- Stage 2. Needs Screening: 2.1 Disease state fundamentals-- 2.2 Existing solutions-- 2.3 Stakeholder analysis-- 2.4 Market analysis-- 2.5 Needs selection-- Case study-- Part II. Invent: Stage 3. Concept Generation: 3.1 Ideation-- 3.2 Initial concept selection-- Case study-- Stage 4. Concept Screening: 4.1 Intellectual property basics-- 4.2 Regulatory basics-- 4.3 Reimbursement basics-- 4.4 Business models-- 4.5 Concept exploration and testing-- 4.6 Final concept selection-- Case study-- Part III. Implement: Stage 5. Strategy Development: 5.1 IP strategy-- 5.2 R&D strategy-- 5.3 Clinical strategy-- 5.4 Regulatory strategy-- 5.5 Quality management-- 5.6 Reimbursement strategy-- 5.7 Marketing and stakeholder strategy-- 5.8 Sales and distribution strategy-- 5.9 Competitive advantage and business strategy-- Case study-- Stage 6. Business Planning: 6.1 Operating plan and financial model-- 6.2 Strategy integration and communication-- 6.3 Funding approaches-- 6.4 Alternate pathways-- Case study-- About the author team-- Image credits-- Glossary-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This step-by-step guide to medical technology innovation, now in full color, has been rewritten to reflect recent trends of industry globalization and value-conscious healthcare. Written by a team of medical, engineering, and business experts, the authors provide a comprehensive resource that leads students, researchers, and entrepreneurs through a proven process for the identification, invention, and implementation of new solutions. Case studies on innovative products from around the world, successes and failures, practical advice, and end-of-chapter 'Getting Started' sections encourage readers to learn from real projects and apply important lessons to their own work. A wealth of additional material supports the book, including a collection of nearly 100 videos created for the second edition, active links to external websites, supplementary appendices, and timely updates on the companion website at ebiodesign.org. Readers can access this material quickly, easily, and at the most relevant point in the text from within the ebook.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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  • Part I. Introduction: 1. Introduction David Johnston-- 2. Roman law and its intellectual context Laurens Winkel-- Part II. Lawmaking: 3. Sources of law from the Republic to the Dominate David Ibbetson-- 4. Roman law in the provinces John Richardson-- Part III. Roman Law: The Evidence: 5. Documents in Roman practice Joseph Georg Wolf-- 6. Writing in Roman legal contexts Elizabeth A. Meyer-- 7. Patristic sources Caroline Humfress-- 8. Justinian and the Corpus Iuris Civilis Wolfgang Kaiser-- Part IV. Private Law in Roman Society: 9. Slavery, family, and status Andrew Lewis-- 10. Property Paul du Plessis-- 11. Succession David Johnston-- 12. Commerce Jean-Jacques Aubert-- 13. Delicts A. J. B. Sirks-- 14. Litigation Ernest Metzger-- Part V. Criminal and Public Law: 15. Crime and punishment Andrew Lintott-- 16. Public law A. J. B. Sirks-- Part VI. Byzantium and Beyond: 17. The law of New Rome: Byzantine law B. H. Stolte-- 18. The legacy of Roman law Laurent Mayali-- 19. Canon law and Roman law R. H. Helmholz-- 20. Political thought Magnus Ryan-- 21. Roman law in the modern world Reinhard Zimmermann.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book reflects the wide range of current scholarship on Roman law. The essays, newly commissioned for this volume, cover the sources of evidence for classical Roman law, the elements of private law, as well as criminal and public law, and the second life of Roman law in Byzantium, in civil and canon law, and in political discourse from AD 1100 to the present. Roman law nowadays is studied in many different ways, which is reflected in the diversity of approaches in the essays. Some focus on how the law evolved in ancient Rome, others on its place in the daily life of the Roman citizen, still others on how Roman legal concepts and doctrines have been deployed through the ages. All of them are responses to one and the same thing: the sheer intellectual vitality of Roman law, which has secured its place as a central element in the intellectual tradition and history of the West.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Part I. Introduction: 1. Introduction David Johnston-- 2. Roman law and its intellectual context Laurens Winkel-- Part II. Lawmaking: 3. Sources of law from the Republic to the Dominate David Ibbetson-- 4. Roman law in the provinces John Richardson-- Part III. Roman Law: The Evidence: 5. Documents in Roman practice Joseph Georg Wolf-- 6. Writing in Roman legal contexts Elizabeth A. Meyer-- 7. Patristic sources Caroline Humfress-- 8. Justinian and the Corpus Iuris Civilis Wolfgang Kaiser-- Part IV. Private Law in Roman Society: 9. Slavery, family, and status Andrew Lewis-- 10. Property Paul du Plessis-- 11. Succession David Johnston-- 12. Commerce Jean-Jacques Aubert-- 13. Delicts A. J. B. Sirks-- 14. Litigation Ernest Metzger-- Part V. Criminal and Public Law: 15. Crime and punishment Andrew Lintott-- 16. Public law A. J. B. Sirks-- Part VI. Byzantium and Beyond: 17. The law of New Rome: Byzantine law B. H. Stolte-- 18. The legacy of Roman law Laurent Mayali-- 19. Canon law and Roman law R. H. Helmholz-- 20. Political thought Magnus Ryan-- 21. Roman law in the modern world Reinhard Zimmermann.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book reflects the wide range of current scholarship on Roman law. The essays, newly commissioned for this volume, cover the sources of evidence for classical Roman law, the elements of private law, as well as criminal and public law, and the second life of Roman law in Byzantium, in civil and canon law, and in political discourse from AD 1100 to the present. Roman law nowadays is studied in many different ways, which is reflected in the diversity of approaches in the essays. Some focus on how the law evolved in ancient Rome, others on its place in the daily life of the Roman citizen, still others on how Roman legal concepts and doctrines have been deployed through the ages. All of them are responses to one and the same thing: the sheer intellectual vitality of Roman law, which has secured its place as a central element in the intellectual tradition and history of the West.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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  • China In The International Economic Order : New Directions And Changing Paradigms / Colin B. Picker and Lisa Toohey
  • Revamping the China Model for the Post-Global Financial Crisis Era : The Emerging Post-Washington, Post-Beijing Consensus / Randall Peerenboom
  • Regarding China : Images of China in the International Economic Order / Lisa Toohey
  • China and International Tribunals : Onward from the WTO Marcia / Don Harpaz
  • China's Legal Cultural Relationship to International Economic Law : Multiple and Conflicting Paradigms / Colin B. Picker
  • From the Doha Round to the China Round : China's Growing Role in WTO Negotiations / Henry Gao
  • China's Implementation of WTO Decisions / Timothy Webster
  • The Emerging Rules on State Capitalism and their Implications for China's Use of SOEs / Junji Nakagawa
  • Standards as a Means to Technological Leadership? : China's ICT Standards in the Context of the International Economic Order / Shin-yi Peng
  • China's Negotiation of the International Economic Legal Order / Ross P Buckley and Weihuan Zhou
  • Is the Rise of Chinese State Capital A Regulatory Game Changer? : The Example of Inward Investment Capital to Australia / Justin O'Brien, George Gilligan and Jonathan Greenacre
  • Contesting the Liberal Imaginary? : China's Role in the International Monetary System / Julian Gruin
  • China, Economic Taoism and Development : Different Paradigms, Different Outcomes / Xuezhu Bai and Nicholas Morris
  • Chinese Companies and Outbound Investment : The Balance between Domestic and International Concerns / Vivienne Bath
  • Mergers with Conditions in China : Caution, Control or Industrial Policy? / Deborah Healey
  • Geo-Politics, China and Investor-State Arbitration / Leon E. Trakman
  • China, Intellectual Property Rights and the WTO : Challenging but not a challenge to the existing legal order / Bryan Mercurio.
"The enormous economic power of the People's Republic of China makes it one of the most important actors in the international system. Since China's accession to the World Trade Organization in 2001, all fields of international economic law have been impacted by greater Chinese participation. Now, just over one decade later, the question remains as to whether China's unique characteristics make its engagement fundamentally different from that of other players. In this volume, well-known scholars from outside China consider the country's approach to international economic law. In addition to the usual foci of trade and investment, the authors also consider monetary law, finance, competition law, and intellectual property. What emerges is a rare portrait of China's strategy across the full spectrum of international economic activity. "-- Provided by publisher.
  • China In The International Economic Order : New Directions And Changing Paradigms / Colin B. Picker and Lisa Toohey
  • Revamping the China Model for the Post-Global Financial Crisis Era : The Emerging Post-Washington, Post-Beijing Consensus / Randall Peerenboom
  • Regarding China : Images of China in the International Economic Order / Lisa Toohey
  • China and International Tribunals : Onward from the WTO Marcia / Don Harpaz
  • China's Legal Cultural Relationship to International Economic Law : Multiple and Conflicting Paradigms / Colin B. Picker
  • From the Doha Round to the China Round : China's Growing Role in WTO Negotiations / Henry Gao
  • China's Implementation of WTO Decisions / Timothy Webster
  • The Emerging Rules on State Capitalism and their Implications for China's Use of SOEs / Junji Nakagawa
  • Standards as a Means to Technological Leadership? : China's ICT Standards in the Context of the International Economic Order / Shin-yi Peng
  • China's Negotiation of the International Economic Legal Order / Ross P Buckley and Weihuan Zhou
  • Is the Rise of Chinese State Capital A Regulatory Game Changer? : The Example of Inward Investment Capital to Australia / Justin O'Brien, George Gilligan and Jonathan Greenacre
  • Contesting the Liberal Imaginary? : China's Role in the International Monetary System / Julian Gruin
  • China, Economic Taoism and Development : Different Paradigms, Different Outcomes / Xuezhu Bai and Nicholas Morris
  • Chinese Companies and Outbound Investment : The Balance between Domestic and International Concerns / Vivienne Bath
  • Mergers with Conditions in China : Caution, Control or Industrial Policy? / Deborah Healey
  • Geo-Politics, China and Investor-State Arbitration / Leon E. Trakman
  • China, Intellectual Property Rights and the WTO : Challenging but not a challenge to the existing legal order / Bryan Mercurio.
"The enormous economic power of the People's Republic of China makes it one of the most important actors in the international system. Since China's accession to the World Trade Organization in 2001, all fields of international economic law have been impacted by greater Chinese participation. Now, just over one decade later, the question remains as to whether China's unique characteristics make its engagement fundamentally different from that of other players. In this volume, well-known scholars from outside China consider the country's approach to international economic law. In addition to the usual foci of trade and investment, the authors also consider monetary law, finance, competition law, and intellectual property. What emerges is a rare portrait of China's strategy across the full spectrum of international economic activity. "-- Provided by publisher.
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  • Preface Wang Luolin 1. Overview: Entry into the WTO: A Look Back Over the Past Ten Years and a Look Forward Long Guoqiang Part 1: China Ten Years after Joining the WTO 2. A Review of Economic Development since Joining the WTO, and a Look at Future Prospects Li Shantong et al 3. China's Accession to the WTO and Reform of China's Economic Structure Fan Hengshan 4. China's Accession to the WTO with Respect to Improving the Social Security System in the Country Wang Yanzhong and Shan Dasheng 5. China and Intellectual Property Rights since Joining the WTO Xue Lan and Mao Hao 6. China's Accession to the World Trade Organization and the Country's Industrial Development Lu Zheng 7. China's Agricultural Reform and Development after WTO Accession Cheng Guoqiang 8. Joining the WTO and Reform of China's Financial Industry Lian Ping et al 9. China's Energy Sector, since WTO Accession Feng Fei 10. Shanghai in the Decade since China's Accession to the WTO Wang Xinkui and Zhang Lei 11. Shenzhen: Ten Years after China's Entry into the WTO Zhang Jinsheng Part 2: Ten Years after Joining the WTO: China and the World 12. China's Foreign Trade since Joining the WTO Pei Changhong and Wang Hongmiao 13. Foreign Direct Investment in China, after Joining the WTO Zhang Xiaoji 14. China's Entry into the WTO and the Investment of Chinese Enterprises Overseas Zhang Yansheng 15. China's Entry into the WTO and Foreign-Project Contracting Huo Jianguo 16. China's Role in the WTO: 'Opening up' as a Way to Push Forward Reforms and as a Way to Combat Trade Protectionism Lin Guijun and Tang Bi 17. China's Participation in Regional Economic Openness and Cooperation: A Review, Some Thoughts, and the Prospects Zhang Yunling 18. China and the Least Developed Countries: An Enquiry in the Trade Relationship during the Post-WTO Accession Period Debapriya Bhattacharya and Farzana Misha 19. China's 10 Years in the WTO: Sustaining Openness-Based Growth into the Future OECD.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
China's accession to the World Trade Organisation in 2001 was a highly significant event both for China and for the wider world. This book argues that, although at the time some people doubted the likely benefits, China's WTO accession has been highly successful. It discusses how China has abided by its commitment to WTO terms and how WTO membership has contributed to China's reform and opening up; explores how vastly increased co-operative exchange with many countries around the world has been mutually beneficial in a range of fields including trade, science and culture; and shows how China's WTO membership has been a great stimulus both for China's economy and the world economy. The book considers the subject from a number of perspectives, and draws out lessons for future reform and development for China, and for China's relations with the rest of the world, emphasising the need to maintain a win-win approach.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Preface Wang Luolin 1. Overview: Entry into the WTO: A Look Back Over the Past Ten Years and a Look Forward Long Guoqiang Part 1: China Ten Years after Joining the WTO 2. A Review of Economic Development since Joining the WTO, and a Look at Future Prospects Li Shantong et al 3. China's Accession to the WTO and Reform of China's Economic Structure Fan Hengshan 4. China's Accession to the WTO with Respect to Improving the Social Security System in the Country Wang Yanzhong and Shan Dasheng 5. China and Intellectual Property Rights since Joining the WTO Xue Lan and Mao Hao 6. China's Accession to the World Trade Organization and the Country's Industrial Development Lu Zheng 7. China's Agricultural Reform and Development after WTO Accession Cheng Guoqiang 8. Joining the WTO and Reform of China's Financial Industry Lian Ping et al 9. China's Energy Sector, since WTO Accession Feng Fei 10. Shanghai in the Decade since China's Accession to the WTO Wang Xinkui and Zhang Lei 11. Shenzhen: Ten Years after China's Entry into the WTO Zhang Jinsheng Part 2: Ten Years after Joining the WTO: China and the World 12. China's Foreign Trade since Joining the WTO Pei Changhong and Wang Hongmiao 13. Foreign Direct Investment in China, after Joining the WTO Zhang Xiaoji 14. China's Entry into the WTO and the Investment of Chinese Enterprises Overseas Zhang Yansheng 15. China's Entry into the WTO and Foreign-Project Contracting Huo Jianguo 16. China's Role in the WTO: 'Opening up' as a Way to Push Forward Reforms and as a Way to Combat Trade Protectionism Lin Guijun and Tang Bi 17. China's Participation in Regional Economic Openness and Cooperation: A Review, Some Thoughts, and the Prospects Zhang Yunling 18. China and the Least Developed Countries: An Enquiry in the Trade Relationship during the Post-WTO Accession Period Debapriya Bhattacharya and Farzana Misha 19. China's 10 Years in the WTO: Sustaining Openness-Based Growth into the Future OECD.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
China's accession to the World Trade Organisation in 2001 was a highly significant event both for China and for the wider world. This book argues that, although at the time some people doubted the likely benefits, China's WTO accession has been highly successful. It discusses how China has abided by its commitment to WTO terms and how WTO membership has contributed to China's reform and opening up; explores how vastly increased co-operative exchange with many countries around the world has been mutually beneficial in a range of fields including trade, science and culture; and shows how China's WTO membership has been a great stimulus both for China's economy and the world economy. The book considers the subject from a number of perspectives, and draws out lessons for future reform and development for China, and for China's relations with the rest of the world, emphasising the need to maintain a win-win approach.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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  • Introductory remarks / Gintarė Surblytė
  • Selective distribution and the Internet : lessons from case C-439/09 Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmétique (13 October 2011) / Stefan Enchelmaier
  • Internet competition and e-books : challenging the competition policy acquis? / Simonetta Vezzoso
  • Note on price-parity clauses in platform markets / Sebastian Wismer
  • FTC v. Google : the enforcement of antitrust law in online markets / Ronny Hauck
  • Discriminatory conduct in the ICT sector : a legal framework / Pablo Ibáñez Colomo
  • Competition concerns in multi-sided markets in mobile communication / Jonas Severin Frank
  • The more technological approach : competition law in the digital economy / Rupprecht Podszunv.
Undeniably widespread and powerful as it is, the Internet is not almighty: it can reach as high as the skies (cloud computing), but it cannot escape competition. Yet, safeguarding competition in "the network of networks" is not without challenges: not only are competitive processes in platform-based industries complex, so is competition law analysis. The latter is often challenged by the difficulties in predicting the outcome of competition, in particular in terms of innovation. Do the specific competition law issues in a digital environment presuppose a reconsideration of competition law concepts and their application? Can current competition law tools be adjusted to the rush pace of dynamic industries? To what extent could competition law be supplemented by regulation - is the latter a foe or rather an ally? This book provides an analysis of recent developments in the most relevant competition law cases in a digital environment on both sides of the Atlantic (the EU and the US) and assesses platform competition issues from a legal as well as an economic point of view.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introductory remarks / Gintarė Surblytė
  • Selective distribution and the Internet : lessons from case C-439/09 Pierre Fabre Dermo-Cosmétique (13 October 2011) / Stefan Enchelmaier
  • Internet competition and e-books : challenging the competition policy acquis? / Simonetta Vezzoso
  • Note on price-parity clauses in platform markets / Sebastian Wismer
  • FTC v. Google : the enforcement of antitrust law in online markets / Ronny Hauck
  • Discriminatory conduct in the ICT sector : a legal framework / Pablo Ibáñez Colomo
  • Competition concerns in multi-sided markets in mobile communication / Jonas Severin Frank
  • The more technological approach : competition law in the digital economy / Rupprecht Podszunv.
Undeniably widespread and powerful as it is, the Internet is not almighty: it can reach as high as the skies (cloud computing), but it cannot escape competition. Yet, safeguarding competition in "the network of networks" is not without challenges: not only are competitive processes in platform-based industries complex, so is competition law analysis. The latter is often challenged by the difficulties in predicting the outcome of competition, in particular in terms of innovation. Do the specific competition law issues in a digital environment presuppose a reconsideration of competition law concepts and their application? Can current competition law tools be adjusted to the rush pace of dynamic industries? To what extent could competition law be supplemented by regulation - is the latter a foe or rather an ally? This book provides an analysis of recent developments in the most relevant competition law cases in a digital environment on both sides of the Atlantic (the EU and the US) and assesses platform competition issues from a legal as well as an economic point of view.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Law Library (Crown)
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K3850 .C658 2015 Unknown
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vi, 458 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Compulsory Licence Under Indian Patent Law / N.S. Gopalakrishnan and Madhuri Anand
  • Use of Compulsory Licences in Latin America / Carlos M. Correa
  • Compulsory Licences : Law and Practice in Thailand / Jakkrit Kuanpoth
  • Compulsory Licence and Government Use in Taiwan : A Regress / Kung-Chung Liu
  • Compulsory Licensing in Germany / Philipp Maume
  • Refusal to Licence as an Abuse of Market Dominance : From Commercial Solvents to Microsoft / Matthias Lamping
  • Recognised and Appropriate Grounds for Compulsory Licences : Reclaiming Patent Law's Social Contract / Susy Frankel and Jessica C. Lai
  • Prior Negotiation and Remuneration for Patent Compulsory Licensing : Practice, Problem, and Proposal / Xiuqin Lin
  • Ancillary Orders of Compulsory Licensing and Their Compatibility with the TRIPS Agreement / Richard Li-dar Wang
  • Scope and Duration of Compulsory Licensing : Lessons from National Experiences / Ida Madieha bt. Abdul Ghani Azmi
  • Requirements for Compulsory Dependency Licences : Learning from the Transformative Use Doctrine in Copyright Law / Matthias Leistner
  • Compulsory Licences of Pharmaceutical Patents to Remedy Anti-Competitive Practices Under Article 31(k) of the TRIPS Agreement : Can Competition Law Facilitate Access to Essential Medicines? / Burton Ong
  • Denial of Injunctive Relief on Grounds of Equity : Situation in the U.S. and Japan / Ichiro Nakayama and Yoshiyuki Tamura
  • Review of Granted Compulsory Licences / Chung-Lun Shen and Jyh-An Lee
  • Limiting Patents / Lionel Bently and Brad Sherman
  • Mandatory Licensing Under Patent Law and Competition Law : Different Concerns, Complementary Roles / Hanns Ullrich
  • Legal Remedies Against Abuse, Misuse, and Other Forms of Inappropriate Conduct of IP Right Holders / Reto M. Hilty
  • Crown Use and Government Use / Celeste C. Yang
  • Fair Use : A Workable Concept in European Patent Law? / Geertrui Van Overwalle
  • Economic and Procedural Constraints of Compulsory Licences for Medicines / Yugank Goyal.
  • Compulsory Licence Under Indian Patent Law / N.S. Gopalakrishnan and Madhuri Anand
  • Use of Compulsory Licences in Latin America / Carlos M. Correa
  • Compulsory Licences : Law and Practice in Thailand / Jakkrit Kuanpoth
  • Compulsory Licence and Government Use in Taiwan : A Regress / Kung-Chung Liu
  • Compulsory Licensing in Germany / Philipp Maume
  • Refusal to Licence as an Abuse of Market Dominance : From Commercial Solvents to Microsoft / Matthias Lamping
  • Recognised and Appropriate Grounds for Compulsory Licences : Reclaiming Patent Law's Social Contract / Susy Frankel and Jessica C. Lai
  • Prior Negotiation and Remuneration for Patent Compulsory Licensing : Practice, Problem, and Proposal / Xiuqin Lin
  • Ancillary Orders of Compulsory Licensing and Their Compatibility with the TRIPS Agreement / Richard Li-dar Wang
  • Scope and Duration of Compulsory Licensing : Lessons from National Experiences / Ida Madieha bt. Abdul Ghani Azmi
  • Requirements for Compulsory Dependency Licences : Learning from the Transformative Use Doctrine in Copyright Law / Matthias Leistner
  • Compulsory Licences of Pharmaceutical Patents to Remedy Anti-Competitive Practices Under Article 31(k) of the TRIPS Agreement : Can Competition Law Facilitate Access to Essential Medicines? / Burton Ong
  • Denial of Injunctive Relief on Grounds of Equity : Situation in the U.S. and Japan / Ichiro Nakayama and Yoshiyuki Tamura
  • Review of Granted Compulsory Licences / Chung-Lun Shen and Jyh-An Lee
  • Limiting Patents / Lionel Bently and Brad Sherman
  • Mandatory Licensing Under Patent Law and Competition Law : Different Concerns, Complementary Roles / Hanns Ullrich
  • Legal Remedies Against Abuse, Misuse, and Other Forms of Inappropriate Conduct of IP Right Holders / Reto M. Hilty
  • Crown Use and Government Use / Celeste C. Yang
  • Fair Use : A Workable Concept in European Patent Law? / Geertrui Van Overwalle
  • Economic and Procedural Constraints of Compulsory Licences for Medicines / Yugank Goyal.
Stanford University Libraries
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1 online resource (328 p.) : digital, PDF file(s).
  • Introduction Helena Howe and Jonathan Griffiths-- Part I. Intellectual Property as Property: 1. On the prehistory of intellectual property Brad Sherman and Alain Pottage-- 2. Property in brands: the commodification of conversation Dev Gangjee-- 3. Trade secrets: intellectual property but not property Lionel Bently-- 4. Equity, confidentiality and the nature of property Alastair Hudson-- 5. How much 'property' is there in intellectual property? A German civil law perspective Thomas Dreier-- 6. Properties of copyright: exclusion, exclusivity, non-interference and authority Hugh Breakey-- 7. Alienability and copyright law Shyamkrishna Balganesh-- Part II. Re-Shaping Intellectual Property Rights: The Role of Concepts from Wider Property Law: 8. Limiting copyright through property Michael Carrier-- 9. Property concepts in European copyright law: the case of abandonment Robert Burrell and Emily Hudson-- 10. The concept of the Anticommons: useful, or ubiquitous and unnecessary? David Lametti-- 11. The Commons as reverse intellectual property or the model of inclusivity Severine Dussollier-- 12. Property, sustainability and patent law: could the stewardship model facilitate the promotion of green technology? Helena Howe.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Intellectual property law faces the challenge of balancing the interests of right holders and users in the face of technological change and inequalities in information access. Concepts of Property in Intellectual Property Law offers a collection of essays which reflect on the interaction between intellectual property and broader, more traditional, notions of property. It explores the way in which differing interpretations of the concept of property can affect the scope of protection in the law of copyright, patent, trade marks and confidential information. With contributions from leading and emerging scholars from a variety of jurisdictions, the book demonstrates how concepts of property can assist in shaping a conceptually coherent and balanced response to the challenges faced by intellectual property law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction Helena Howe and Jonathan Griffiths-- Part I. Intellectual Property as Property: 1. On the prehistory of intellectual property Brad Sherman and Alain Pottage-- 2. Property in brands: the commodification of conversation Dev Gangjee-- 3. Trade secrets: intellectual property but not property Lionel Bently-- 4. Equity, confidentiality and the nature of property Alastair Hudson-- 5. How much 'property' is there in intellectual property? A German civil law perspective Thomas Dreier-- 6. Properties of copyright: exclusion, exclusivity, non-interference and authority Hugh Breakey-- 7. Alienability and copyright law Shyamkrishna Balganesh-- Part II. Re-Shaping Intellectual Property Rights: The Role of Concepts from Wider Property Law: 8. Limiting copyright through property Michael Carrier-- 9. Property concepts in European copyright law: the case of abandonment Robert Burrell and Emily Hudson-- 10. The concept of the Anticommons: useful, or ubiquitous and unnecessary? David Lametti-- 11. The Commons as reverse intellectual property or the model of inclusivity Severine Dussollier-- 12. Property, sustainability and patent law: could the stewardship model facilitate the promotion of green technology? Helena Howe.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Intellectual property law faces the challenge of balancing the interests of right holders and users in the face of technological change and inequalities in information access. Concepts of Property in Intellectual Property Law offers a collection of essays which reflect on the interaction between intellectual property and broader, more traditional, notions of property. It explores the way in which differing interpretations of the concept of property can affect the scope of protection in the law of copyright, patent, trade marks and confidential information. With contributions from leading and emerging scholars from a variety of jurisdictions, the book demonstrates how concepts of property can assist in shaping a conceptually coherent and balanced response to the challenges faced by intellectual property law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book
xiv, 764 pages ; 19 cm.
Stanford University Libraries
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1 online resource (xvi, 191 pages) : illustrations (some color).
  • Introduction.- Some Fundamental Economics.- Academic Journal Publishing and the Open Access Movement.- On the Access Principle in Science: A Law & Economics Analysis.- The Future of Academic Publishing.- Conclusions and Further Research.- Appendix.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book addresses the recent debate about copyright law and its impact on the distribution of scientific knowledge from an economic perspective. The focus is on the question whether a copyright regime or an open access regime is better suited to the norms and organizational structure in a purely global science community. The book undertakes a thorough economic analysis of the academic journal market and showcases consequences of a regime change. It also takes account of the Digital Divide debate, reflecting issues in developing countries. Finally, a comprehensive analysis of legal action in the light of international Intellectual Property (IP) agreements offers prospects on the future of academic publishing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction.- Some Fundamental Economics.- Academic Journal Publishing and the Open Access Movement.- On the Access Principle in Science: A Law & Economics Analysis.- The Future of Academic Publishing.- Conclusions and Further Research.- Appendix.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book addresses the recent debate about copyright law and its impact on the distribution of scientific knowledge from an economic perspective. The focus is on the question whether a copyright regime or an open access regime is better suited to the norms and organizational structure in a purely global science community. The book undertakes a thorough economic analysis of the academic journal market and showcases consequences of a regime change. It also takes account of the Digital Divide debate, reflecting issues in developing countries. Finally, a comprehensive analysis of legal action in the light of international Intellectual Property (IP) agreements offers prospects on the future of academic publishing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book
xvi, 191 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Some fundamental economics
  • Academic journal publishing and the open access movement
  • On the access principle in science : a law and economics analysis
  • The future of academic publishing
  • Conclusions and further research
  • Appendix.
This book addresses the recent debate about copyright law and its impact on the distribution of scientific knowledge from an economic perspective. The focus is on the question whether a copyright regime or an open access regime is better suited to the norms and organizational structure in a purely global science community. The book undertakes a thorough economic analysis of the academic journal market and showcases consequences of a regime change. It also takes account of the Digital Divide debate, reflecting issues in developing countries. Finally, a comprehensive analysis of legal action in the light of international Intellectual Property (IP) agreements offers prospects on the future of academic publishing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction
  • Some fundamental economics
  • Academic journal publishing and the open access movement
  • On the access principle in science : a law and economics analysis
  • The future of academic publishing
  • Conclusions and further research
  • Appendix.
This book addresses the recent debate about copyright law and its impact on the distribution of scientific knowledge from an economic perspective. The focus is on the question whether a copyright regime or an open access regime is better suited to the norms and organizational structure in a purely global science community. The book undertakes a thorough economic analysis of the academic journal market and showcases consequences of a regime change. It also takes account of the Digital Divide debate, reflecting issues in developing countries. Finally, a comprehensive analysis of legal action in the light of international Intellectual Property (IP) agreements offers prospects on the future of academic publishing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Law Library (Crown)
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K1420.5 .S34 2015 Unknown
Book
1 online resource (1 v.) : ill.
  • Chapter 1: Copyright basics * A very brief history of copyright law * What copyright protects: fixation and originality * The "bundle" of copyright's exclusive rights * Limitations and exceptions to the exclusive rights * Infringement of the exclusive rights * The registration requirement and why it matters * "Selling" versus licensing (generally) Chapter 2: Copyright in the digital economy * The outdated nature of copyright law and the challenges for photographers * The paradox of "getting it out there" * The tragedy of the "right-click license" * Metadata stripping and protecting yourself * Websites and social media terms of service * Balancing enforcement with exposure Chapter 3: Foundations of copyright registration * Copyright registration policy: the statutory quid pro quo * Ideal registration workflow camera settings * Importing images into Lightroom(R) * Deciding how to register (single image-- group-- collection) * Determining the publication status * Gathering the information necessary to file a registration application * Preparing the deposit copy Chapter 4: Online registration using eCO * Establishing an account on the Electronic Copyright Office (eCO) system * Signing in and preparing a new application * Application procedure for a single registration * Application procedure for a basic registration * Application procedure for registration of an unpublished collection * Payment process using pay.gov * Uploading the deposit Chapter 5: Registration using paper forms * Choosing the appropriate form * Application procedure for group registration of published photographs * Preparing the deposit copy * Mailing instructions and traps for the unwary Chapter 6: After applying for registration * Handling questions or other correspondence from the Copyright Office * Options for dealing with rejected applications * Managing registration information after registration * Updating the Lightroom(R) catalog * Maintaining certificates of registration and record keeping generally Chapter 7: Best practices for sharing and selling images * Three steps to minimizing infringement: make it very easy to buy-- a little bit difficult to steal-- and a pleasure to work with you * "Selling" versus "licensing" (reprise from chapter 1) * Optimizing metadata * Watermarking-- disabling "right-click" functionality-- blank image overlays * Electronic commerce solutions for selling and licensing images Chapter 8: Dealing with infringement * Identifying infringements using web crawling and image recognition * Issuing takedown notices under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act * Infringement litigation in general * Alternatives to litigation * When to hire a lawyer.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Copyright Workflow for Photographers: Protecting, Managing & Sharing Digital Images will help photographers build best practices for copyright registration and management into their existing image processing workflows using the popular Adobe(R) Creative Cloud(TM) software suite. Part legal manual, part software manual, the book will go beyond existing offerings in the "copyright for photographers" space by providing step-by-step guidance on protecting, managing, and enforcing intellectual property rights in their images using specific software tools. Written by a photographer, who is also serves a senior policy advisor at the U.S. Copyright Office, there is no other resource better equipped to help photographers through this essential, yet hard-to-tackle, topic! The book's workflow approach capitalizes on widespread interest in the photography community in copyright protection and enforcement, enhancing digital workflows, and popular workflow software such as Lightroom(R), Photoshop(R), and Acrobat(R). This book is focused on U.S. copyright laws and requirements. Readers outside the U.S. may find it useful if they intend to register their images in the United States, or post images to websites based in the United States.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Chapter 1: Copyright basics * A very brief history of copyright law * What copyright protects: fixation and originality * The "bundle" of copyright's exclusive rights * Limitations and exceptions to the exclusive rights * Infringement of the exclusive rights * The registration requirement and why it matters * "Selling" versus licensing (generally) Chapter 2: Copyright in the digital economy * The outdated nature of copyright law and the challenges for photographers * The paradox of "getting it out there" * The tragedy of the "right-click license" * Metadata stripping and protecting yourself * Websites and social media terms of service * Balancing enforcement with exposure Chapter 3: Foundations of copyright registration * Copyright registration policy: the statutory quid pro quo * Ideal registration workflow camera settings * Importing images into Lightroom(R) * Deciding how to register (single image-- group-- collection) * Determining the publication status * Gathering the information necessary to file a registration application * Preparing the deposit copy Chapter 4: Online registration using eCO * Establishing an account on the Electronic Copyright Office (eCO) system * Signing in and preparing a new application * Application procedure for a single registration * Application procedure for a basic registration * Application procedure for registration of an unpublished collection * Payment process using pay.gov * Uploading the deposit Chapter 5: Registration using paper forms * Choosing the appropriate form * Application procedure for group registration of published photographs * Preparing the deposit copy * Mailing instructions and traps for the unwary Chapter 6: After applying for registration * Handling questions or other correspondence from the Copyright Office * Options for dealing with rejected applications * Managing registration information after registration * Updating the Lightroom(R) catalog * Maintaining certificates of registration and record keeping generally Chapter 7: Best practices for sharing and selling images * Three steps to minimizing infringement: make it very easy to buy-- a little bit difficult to steal-- and a pleasure to work with you * "Selling" versus "licensing" (reprise from chapter 1) * Optimizing metadata * Watermarking-- disabling "right-click" functionality-- blank image overlays * Electronic commerce solutions for selling and licensing images Chapter 8: Dealing with infringement * Identifying infringements using web crawling and image recognition * Issuing takedown notices under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act * Infringement litigation in general * Alternatives to litigation * When to hire a lawyer.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Copyright Workflow for Photographers: Protecting, Managing & Sharing Digital Images will help photographers build best practices for copyright registration and management into their existing image processing workflows using the popular Adobe(R) Creative Cloud(TM) software suite. Part legal manual, part software manual, the book will go beyond existing offerings in the "copyright for photographers" space by providing step-by-step guidance on protecting, managing, and enforcing intellectual property rights in their images using specific software tools. Written by a photographer, who is also serves a senior policy advisor at the U.S. Copyright Office, there is no other resource better equipped to help photographers through this essential, yet hard-to-tackle, topic! The book's workflow approach capitalizes on widespread interest in the photography community in copyright protection and enforcement, enhancing digital workflows, and popular workflow software such as Lightroom(R), Photoshop(R), and Acrobat(R). This book is focused on U.S. copyright laws and requirements. Readers outside the U.S. may find it useful if they intend to register their images in the United States, or post images to websites based in the United States.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book
xiii, 171 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Introduction
  • Copyright basics
  • Foundations of copyright
  • Online registration using eCO
  • Registration using paper forms
  • After applying for registration
  • Sharing, selling, and licensing images
  • Monitoring and enforcement
  • Pulling it all together.
Copyright Workflow for Photographers: Protecting, Managing & Sharing Digital Images will help photographers build best practices for copyright registration and management into their existing image processing workflows using the popular Adobe(R) Creative Cloud(TM) software suite. Part legal manual, part software manual, the book will go beyond existing offerings in the "copyright for photographers" space by providing step-by-step guidance on protecting, managing, and enforcing intellectual property rights in their images using specific software tools. Written by a photographer, who is also serves a senior policy advisor at the U.S. Copyright Office, there is no other resource better equipped to help photographers through this essential, yet hard-to-tackle, topic! The book's workflow approach capitalizes on widespread interest in the photography community in copyright protection and enforcement, enhancing digital workflows, and popular workflow software such as Lightroom(R), Photoshop(R), and Acrobat(R). This book is focused on U.S. copyright laws and requirements. Readers outside the U.S. may find it useful if they intend to register their images in the United States, or post images to websites based in the United States.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Introduction
  • Copyright basics
  • Foundations of copyright
  • Online registration using eCO
  • Registration using paper forms
  • After applying for registration
  • Sharing, selling, and licensing images
  • Monitoring and enforcement
  • Pulling it all together.
Copyright Workflow for Photographers: Protecting, Managing & Sharing Digital Images will help photographers build best practices for copyright registration and management into their existing image processing workflows using the popular Adobe(R) Creative Cloud(TM) software suite. Part legal manual, part software manual, the book will go beyond existing offerings in the "copyright for photographers" space by providing step-by-step guidance on protecting, managing, and enforcing intellectual property rights in their images using specific software tools. Written by a photographer, who is also serves a senior policy advisor at the U.S. Copyright Office, there is no other resource better equipped to help photographers through this essential, yet hard-to-tackle, topic! The book's workflow approach capitalizes on widespread interest in the photography community in copyright protection and enforcement, enhancing digital workflows, and popular workflow software such as Lightroom(R), Photoshop(R), and Acrobat(R). This book is focused on U.S. copyright laws and requirements. Readers outside the U.S. may find it useful if they intend to register their images in the United States, or post images to websites based in the United States.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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414D-01
Course
414D-01 -- Policy Practicum: Copyright Policy Practicum
Instructor(s)
Goldstein, Paul L

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