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144 pages ; 22 cm.
  • Preface ; 1. Introduction: Aims and Contours of Private Law ; 2. Contract Law ; 3. Tort Law ; 4. Property Law ; 5. Family Law ; 6. Succession Law ; 7. Epilogue ; References ; Index.
In this Advanced Introduction, one of the world's leading private law scholars takes the reader on an intellectual journey through the different facets and dimensions of the field, from the family home to Kuta Beach and from Thomas Piketty to Nina Hagen. This concise book provides an accessible and fresh introduction to private law, presenting the topic as a unified whole of which the main branches -- on contract, tort, property, family and inheritance -- are governed by conflicts between individual autonomy and countervailing principles. The book stands out as a unique account of how private law allows individuals to optimally flourish in matters of economy, work, leisure, family and life in general.
Law Library (Crown)
viii, 317 pages ; 25 cm
  • Introduction
  • Competition and consumer protection
  • The economics of information
  • Information and market power
  • Agreements on information
  • Exclusion by information
  • "Confusopoly" and information asymmetries
  • Privacy as an information product
  • Information and intellectual property
  • Restraint of trade and freedom of speech
  • Conclusion.
"Markets run on information. Buyers make decisions by relying on their knowledge of the products available, and sellers decide what to produce based on their understanding of what buyers want. But the distribution of market information has changed, as consumers increasingly turn to sources that act as intermediaries for information--companies like Yelp and Google. Antitrust Law in the New Economy considers a wide range of problems that arise around one aspect of information in the marketplace: its quality. Sellers now have the ability and motivation to distort the truth about their products when they make data available to intermediaries. And intermediaries, in turn, have their own incentives to skew the facts they provide to buyers, both to benefit advertisers and to gain advantages over their competition. Consumer protection law is poorly suited for these problems in the information economy. Antitrust law, designed to regulate powerful firms and prevent collusion among producers, is a better choice. But the current application of antitrust law pays little attention to information quality. Mark Patterson discusses a range of ways in which data can be manipulated for competitive advantage and exploitation of consumers (as happened in the LIBOR scandal), and he considers novel issues like "confusopoly" and sellers' use of consumers' personal information in direct selling. Antitrust law can and should be adapted for the information economy, Patterson argues, and he shows how courts can apply antitrust to address today's problems"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)
xxx, 445 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
  • Art : the customs definition
  • Art : international movement
  • Art : the victim of war
  • Art as an investment
  • Auctions
  • Authentication
  • Insurance
  • Tax problems : collectors and dealers
  • Tax problems : artists
  • Aid to the arts
  • The working artist
  • Copyright
  • Trademark
  • Moral and economic rights
  • Freedom of expression
  • Museums
  • Right of publicity
  • Photographs of artwork.
Art Law in a Nutshell Fifth Edition presents an overview of the legal issues concerning art. It covers the definition of art, and the theft and movement of art in wartime and peacetime. It examines the business of art for artists, museums, and collectors, including art as an investment, auctions, authentication, insurance, tax issues for artists and collectors, working artist issues, and aid to the arts. It also explains the intellectual property issues of copyright, trademark, moral rights and economic rights, right of publicity, and First Amendment freedom of expression rights.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634599252 20161128
Law Library (Crown)
1 online resource.
Stefan Larsson's Conceptions in the Code makes a significant contribution to sociolegal analysis, representing a valuable contribution to conceptual metaphor theory. By utilising the case of copyright in a digital context it explains the role that metaphor plays when the law is dealing with technological change, displaying both conceptual path-dependence as well as what is called non-legislative developments in the law. The overall analysis draws from conceptual studies of "property" in intellectual property. By using Karl Renner's account of property, Larsson demonstrates how the property regime of copyright is the projection of an older regime of control onto a new set of digital social relations. Further, through an analysis of the concept of "copy" in copyright as well as the metaphorical battle of defining the BitTorrent site "The Pirate Bay" in the Swedish court case with its founders, Larsson shows the historical and embodied dependence of digital phenomena in law, and thereby how normative aspects of the source concept also stains the target domain. The book also draws from empirical studies on file sharing and historical expressions of the conceptualisation of law, revealing both the cultural bias of both file sharing and law. Also law is thereby shown to be largely depending on metaphors and embodiment to be reified and understood. The contribution is relevant for the conceptual and regulatory struggles of a multitude of contemporary socio-digital phenomena in addition to copyright and file sharing, including big data and the oft-praised "openness" of digital innovation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190650384 20170206
xi, 254 pages ; 22 cm.
  • How we understand technological and social change
  • Metaphors and norms
  • The embodied law
  • Conceptions of copyright
  • Copies : a metaphoric expansion of copyright
  • Platform, storage or bulletin board? the Swedish Pirate bay court case
  • Between form and function in (intellectual) property
  • Conclusions: conceptions in the code.
Stefan Larsson's Conceptions in the Code makes a significant contribution to sociolegal analysis, representing a valuable contribution to conceptual metaphor theory. By utilising the case of copyright in a digital context it explains the role that metaphor plays when the law is dealing with technological change, displaying both conceptual path-dependence as well as what is called non-legislative developments in the law. The overall analysis draws from conceptual studies of "property" in intellectual property. By using Karl Renner's account of property, Larsson demonstrates how the property regime of copyright is the projection of an older regime of control onto a new set of digital social relations. Further, through an analysis of the concept of "copy" in copyright as well as the metaphorical battle of defining the BitTorrent site "The Pirate Bay" in the Swedish court case with its founders, Larsson shows the historical and embodied dependence of digital phenomena in law, and thereby how normative aspects of the source concept also stains the target domain. The book also draws from empirical studies on file sharing and historical expressions of the conceptualisation of law, revealing both the cultural bias of both file sharing and law. Also law is thereby shown to be largely depending on metaphors and embodiment to be reified and understood. The contribution is relevant for the conceptual and regulatory struggles of a multitude of contemporary socio-digital phenomena in addition to copyright and file sharing, including big data and the oft-praised "openness" of digital innovation.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190650384 20170206
Law Library (Crown)
xxx, 1234 pages : illustrations, forms ; 26 cm.
  • Intellectual property law in context
  • State law of intellectual property
  • Federal law of intellectual property
  • Intellectual property protection of computer programs
  • Intellectual property protection of industrial design.
The 8th Edition of Goldstein & Reese, Copyright, Patent, Trademark and Related State Doctrines brings the coverage of all these fields up to date with new principal cases and notes. Among the changes are: * New note materials on the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2016 Trademark: * Added note on how to evaluate the distinctiveness of nonverbal marks* Updated discussion of Pro-Football v. Blackhorse and the Federal Circuit's en banc decision that the bar on registering disparaging marks is unconstitutional* Updated case law on dilution* Added note on the Ninth Circuit's use of the Rogers v. Grimaldi test in trademark claims involving expressive works* Updated case law on likelihood of confusion* Updated case law on trademark infringement and online search results Patent: * Added note on new Supreme Court case on the definiteness requirement* Added substantial new note material on new Supreme Court cases on inducement liability* Added substantial new note material on new Supreme Court cases on awards of attorney's fees and enhanced damages* Updated discussion of Brulotte v. Thys to reflect Supreme Court adherence to the decision* Added discussion of new Supreme Court case on appellate review of claim construction Copyright: * Added new background on registration process* Added new principal case-UMG v. Augusto-and notes, including Kirtsaeng, on distribution right* Added ABC v. Aereo as principal case* Added Bill Graham Archives v. Dorling Kindersley as principal case, along with new note material on the expansion of transformative use Software Protection: * Completely revamped section on patent protection for software-related inventions, centering on the Supreme Court's Alice decision and including the USPTO's 2014 Interim Guidelines on Patent Subject Matter Eligibility Industrial Design: * Added Apple v. Samsung as principal case on both design patent and trade dress protection.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781634598941 20161228
Law Library (Crown)
LAW-324-01, LAW-4007-01, LAW-4012-01
xix, 275 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Section 1. Introduction: Why this book? Foreword. Joachim von Braun, Chair of the German Government's Bioeconomy Council. Chapter 1. Background and overview of the book, E Jane Morris, University of Leeds, UK Ivar Virgin, Stockholm Environment Institute Chapter 2. Benefits and challenges of a new knowledge based bioeconomy Ivar Virgin, Matthew Fielding, Melinda Fones Sundell, Holger Hoff and Jakob Granit Stockholm Environment Institute. Chapter 3. The gene revolution: What can and can't be done with modern biosciences? E. Jane Morris, University of Leeds, UK. Section 2-Towards sustainable food security Chapter 4. The European Perspective. The case for a highly productive and innovative agriculture in Europe Harald von Witzke, Humboldt University of Berlin Steffen Noleppa, Humboldt Forum for Food and Agriculture Chapter 5. The African Perspective. New biosciences making African agriculture more productive and resilient Jennifer A. Thomson, University of Cape Town, South Africa Chapter 6. Europe and Africa: Addressing the food security challenges Philipp Aerni, Isabelle Schluep Campo, University of Zurich Ruth K. Oniang'o, African Journal of Food, Agriculture, Nutrition and Development Section 3- Towards resource efficient economies Broadening the base of agriculture. Chapter 7. The European Perspective. Potential of crop biosciences to support resource-use efficiency, climate change mitigation and adaptation in European agriculture Olle Olsson1, Torbjorn Fagerstrom2, Jens Sundstrom2, Thomas Katterer2 and Ivar Virgin1. 1Stockholm Environment Institute. 2Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences. Chapter 8. The European Perspective. A renewable resource base for the European Chemical industry: Getting to a European bioeconomy. Sten Stymne, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Chapter 9. The African Perspective. Using the new biosciences to support the African development agenda E Jane Morris, University of Leeds, UK Corinda Erasmus, STEPS Science Training, South Africa Martha M O'Kennedy, CSIR, South Africa Chapter 10. The African Perspective. Developing an African bio-resource based industry: the case for Cassava Yona Baguma, Ephraim Nuwamanya, NARO, Uganda Chrissie Rey, University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa Chapter 11. Europe and Africa: Biofuels for sustainable energy and mobility in the EU and Africa Francis X. Johnson, SEI and Yacob Mulugetta, University College London Section 4. Broadening the bioscience innovation agenda Chapter 12. The potential of biosciences for agricultural improvement in Africa and Europe: looking forward to 2050 Denis J Murphy, University of South Wales, UK Chapter 13. The Need for International Bioscience Collaboration and a Shared Agenda John Komen, bioscience policy advisor, The Netherlands Julius Ecuru, Uganda National Council for Science and Technology, Uganda Chapter 14. The social and economic challenges for a bioeconomy Richard Smart, Technische Universitat Munchen, Germany Justus Wesseler, Wageningen University, The Netherlands Chapter 15. Two decades of European-African bioscience collaboration. From Bio-EARN to Bio-Innovate Ivar Virgin, SEI and Allan Liavoga, ILRI BioInnovate coordinator. Section 5. Transitions to a modern bioeconomy: Analysis of policies Chapter 16. European strategies and policies getting towards a bioeconomy Dirk Carrez, Clever Consult, Belgium. Chapter 17. Getting towards an African bioeconomy Julius Ecuru, , Uganda National Council for Science and Technology Chapter 18. Intellectual Property challenges for a bioeconomy. Rosemary Wolson, CSIR, South Africa Chapter 19. Europe and Africa: How European policies influence bioscience adoption in Africa John Komen, Bioscience policy advisor, The Netherlands Section 6. Way forward-progressing towards European and African bioeconomies Chapter 20. Conclusions and key messages Ivar Virgin, Stockholm Environment Institute E Jane Morris, University of Leeds, UK.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138818538 20161213
The growing global demand for food, feed and bio-based renewable material is changing the conditions for agricultural production worldwide. At the same time, revolutionary achievements in the field of biosciences are contributing to a transition whereby bio-based alternatives for energy and materials are becoming more competitive. Creating Sustainable Bioeconomies explores the prospects for biosciences and how its innovation has the potential to help countries in the North (Europe) and the South (Africa) to move towards resource efficient agriculture and sustainable bioeconomies. Throughout the book, the situations of Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa will be compared and contrasted, and opportunities for mutual learning and collaboration are explored. The chapters have been written by high profile authors and deal with a wide range of issues affecting the development of bioeconomies on both continents. This book compares and contrasts the situations of these two regions as they endeavour to develop knowledge based bioeconomies. This volume is suitable for those who are interested in ecological economics, development economics and environmental economics. It also provides action plans assisting policy-makers in both areas to support the transition to knowledge based and sustainable bioeconomies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138818538 20161213
Green Library

8. Free innovation [2017]

xi, 228 pages ; 24 cm
  • Overview of free innovation
  • Evidence for free innovation
  • Viability zones for free innovation
  • Pioneering by free innovators
  • iffusion shortfall in free innovation
  • Division of labor between free innovators and producers
  • Tightening the loop between free innovators and producers
  • The broad scope of free innovation
  • Personality traits of successful free innovators
  • Preserving free innovators' strong legal rights
  • Next steps in free innovation research, policy, and practice.
In this book, Eric von Hippel, author of the influential Democratizing Innovation, integrates new theory and research findings into the framework of a "free innovation paradigm." Free innovation, as he defines it, involves innovations developed by consumers who are self-rewarded for their efforts, and who give their designs away "for free." It is an inherently simple grassroots innovation process, unencumbered by compensated transactions and intellectual property rights. Free innovation is already widespread in national economies and is steadily increasing in both scale and scope. Today, tens of millions of consumers are collectively spending tens of billions of dollars annually on innovation development. However, because free innovations are developed during consumers' unpaid, discretionary time and are given away rather than sold, their collective impact and value have until very recently been hidden from view. This has caused researchers, governments, and firms to focus too much on the Schumpeterian idea of innovation as a producer-dominated activity. Free innovation has both advantages and drawbacks. Because free innovators are self-rewarded by such factors as personal utility, learning, and fun, they often pioneer new areas before producers see commercial potential. At the same time, because they give away their innovations, free innovators generally have very little incentive to invest in diffusing what they create, which reduces the social value of their efforts. The best solution, von Hippel and his colleagues argue, is a division of labor between free innovators and producers, enabling each to do what they do best. The result will be both increased producer profits and increased social welfare -- a gain for all.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780262035217 20170123
Law Library (Crown)
xi, 239 pages ; 24 cm.
  • 1. Valorizing Hegemony: American Mass Media, Intellectual Property, and the Economic Value of the Ideological State Apparatuses / 2. A Slightly Deeper Time of the Media: Culture and the Nineteenth-Century Struggle for Hegemony / 3. When Shakespeare Became Black(face) and Christmas Became White: Race, Class, and Valorization before the Commodification of Consciousness / 4. Administration and/of Culture: The Incorporation of Media Culture and the Critique of the Frankfurt School and Political Economy of Communication / 5. The Work of Meaning and the Meaning of Work: Cultural Studies and the Discovery of Audience Labor / 6. Culture Industry 2.0: Properties of Cultural Production and the Value of Commodified Sociality.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783485567 20161124
Analyzes twentieth-century media and cultural theories as they relate to changes in political economy, communication technology, popular culture and collective consciousness in the United States. It argues that much of contemporary media environment is operating as Western capitalist media have for more than a century, making these theories more relevant than ever.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783485567 20161124
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
lxiii, 549 pages ; 26 cm
  • Regulating information technologies
  • Regulatory competence over the Internet
  • Intermediaries within online regulation
  • Copyright and the Internet
  • Domain names
  • Electronic commerce
  • Cybercrime : fraud and computer misuse
  • Content crimes
  • Privacy and data protection
  • Surveillance, data retention, and encryption
  • Intellectual property rights in software
  • Software licences, free and open source licensing (F/OSS), and "software as a service" (SaaS).
Law Library (Crown)
xxviii, 654 pages : illustrations, form ; 27 cm
  • Introduction to International business transactions
  • Ethics of International business
  • Strategies for International business
  • International commercial dispute resolution
  • International trade regulation
  • National import and export regulation
  • Free trade agreements
  • The European Union
  • Emerging economies : China
  • Comparative legal systems
  • Comparative and International contract law
  • International sales law
  • Transport of goods
  • Documentary transactions
  • International trade finance
  • Employment and sale of services
  • Hiring agents and distributors
  • Law of intellectual property rights
  • Intellectual property licensing
  • Foreign direct investment
  • International E-commerce.
Law Library (Crown)
volumes (loose-leaf) ; 27 cm
Law Library (Crown)
xv, 245 pages ; 26 cm
  • Introduction / Willem H van Boom
  • Litigation costs and third party funding / Willem H van Boom
  • TPF and its alternatives : an economic appraisal / Jef De Mot, Michael Faure & Louis Visscher
  • "Playing the man not the ball" / John Peysner
  • Legal costs awards and access to justice in Dutch intellectual property cases / Charlotte Vrendenbarg
  • "Mercantile adventurers" : the disclosure of third-party funding in investment treaty arbitration / Eric De Brabandere
  • Experimenting with conditional fees in the Netherlands :/ Ben Van Velthoven and Peter van Wijck
  • Financial arrangements with litigation funders and law firms in Australian class actions / Vicki Waye and Vince Morabito
  • Funding of mass claims in Germany : "caught between a rock and a hard place" / Astrid Stadler
  • Entrepreneurial motives in Dutch collective redress : adding fuel to a "compensation culture" / Ilja Tillema.
Law Library (Crown)
1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations
  • Thank-Yous Preface Introduction - By Jason E. Squire I. THE CREATORS The Entrepreneurial Producer - By Michael London (Producer, West Los Angeles, CA) The Director - By Doug Liman (Director, Producer, New York, NY) A Filmmaker's Journey - By Jay Duplass (Co-Writer, Co-Director, Actor, Los Angeles, CA) II. THE PROPERTY The Screenwriter - By David S. Goyer (Screenwriter, Director, Producer, Los Angeles, CA) Representing the Screenwriter - By Jewerl Ross (Owner, Silent R Mangement, Los Angeles, CA) The Story Editor - By Romy Dworman (Senior Vice President, Story Department, Universal Pictures, Universal City, CA) Exploiting Intellectual Property Rights - By Joel Gotler (CEO, Intellectual Property Group, Los Angeles, CA) III. THE MONEY Movies, Money and Madness - By Peter J. Dekom (Entertainment Lawyer, Los Angeles, CA) Getting Paid! - By Rob Aft (President, Compliance Consulting, Los Angeles, CA) Analyzing Movie Companies - By Harold L. Vogel (Financial Analyst, Vogel Capital Management, New York, NY) IV. THE MANAGEMENT A Chairman's Perspective - By Alan Horn (Chairman, The Walt Disney Studios, Burbank, CA) Marvel Studios - By Kevin Feige (President, Marvel Studios, Burbank, CA) The Movie Company as Financier-Distributor - By David V. Picker (Former President, Columbia Pictures, Paramount Pictures, United Artists, New York, NY) The Independent Spirit - By Barbara Boyle (Professor and Associate Dean, Entrepreneurship, UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, West Los Angeles, CA) V. THE DEAL The Entertainment Lawyer - By Linda Lichter (Partner, Lichter, Grossman, Nichols, Adler & Feldman, Inc., West Hollywood, CA) Business Affairs - By Stephen M. Kravit (Executive Vice President, Business Affairs, The Gersh Agency, Beverly Hills, CA) The Completion Guarantee - By Steve Mangel (President, UniFi Completion Guarantors, Los Angeles, CA) The Talent Agent - By Jessica Tuchinsky (Producer, Former Talent Agent, Creative Artists Agency, Beverly Hills CA) VI. PRODUCTION Production Management - By Micahel Grillo (Executive Producer, Los Angeles, CA) The Social Network: Production Workflow - By Allen Kupetsky (Second Assistant Director, Los Angeles, CA) VII. MARKETING Motion Picture Marketing - By Blair Rich (Executive Vice President, Warner Bros. Pictures Worldwide Marketing, Burbank, CA) Market Research - By Kevin Goetz (Founder and CEO, Screen Engine/ASI, Los Angeles, CA) Film Festivals and Markets - By Steve Montal (Film Festival Consultant, Los Angeles, CA) VIII. REVENUE STREAMS Release Windows and Revenue Streams - By Linda Benjamin (Former Executive Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs, Relativity Media, Beverly Hills, CA) Studio Accounting - By Ilan Haimoff (Partner, Green Hasson Janks Accountants, Leader, Contract Compliance and Forensics Department, Los Angeles CA) IX. THEATRICAL DISTRIBUTION Studio Distribution - By Daniel R. Fellman (President, Warner Bros. Pictures Domestic Distribution, Burbank, CA) Independent Distribution - By Tom Quinn (Former Co-President, RADiUS, The Weinstein Company, New York, NY) X. THEATRICAL EXHIBITION The Exhibition Business - By Shari E. Redstone (President, National Amusements, Norwood, MA) The Independent Exhibitor - By Robert Laemmle and Greg Laemmle (Laemmle Fine Arts Theatres, Los Angeles, CA) XI. HOME ENTERTAINMENT AND SELF-DISTRIBUTION Home Entertainment - By Ronald J. Sanders (President, Warner Bros. Worldwide Home Entertainment Distribution, Burbank, CA) Online Self-Distribution - By Jamie Wilkinson (Co-Founder and CEO, VHX Corporation, Brooklyn, NY) XII. THE DIY MODEL DIY: An Introduction - By Jason E. Squire (USC School of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles, CA) Producing in the DIY Model - By Eric B. Fleischman (Producer, Los Angeles, CA) XIII. CONSUMER PRODUCTS Consumer Products - By Al Ovadia (President, Al Ovadia & Associates-- Former Executive Vice President, Sony Pictures Consumer Products, Los Angeles, CA) XIV. INTERNATIONAL Global Markets - By Rob Aft (President, Compliance Consulting, Los Angeles, CA) An Overview of the Chinese Film Industry - By Shaoyi Sun (Professor of Film and Media Studies, Shanghai Theatre Academy, Shanghai, China) XV. THE FUTURE Entertainment Technologies: Past, Present and Future - By Dan Ochiva (Founder and President, NYC Production and Post News, New York, NY) Index About the Editor.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781317221586 20161024
Drawing from a variety of experts in an industry that has seen major disruptions and technology advancements since the third edition, The Movie Business Book offers a comprehensive, authoritative overview of this fascinating, global business. A must-read for film students and industry newcomers, this new edition features key movers and shakers, such as filmmaker-actor Jay Duplass, (The Puffy Chair, Cyrus), Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige, Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn, director Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Bourne Identity), National Amusements President Shari E. Redstone, Warner Bros. Pictures Worldwide Marketing Executive Vice President Blair Rich, and many others. A definitive sourcebook, it covers the nuts-and-bolts details about financing, revenue streams, marketing, globalization, micro-budgets and much more.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781317221586 20161024
xxxv, 1196 pages ; 26 cm
  • Relating health law to health policy : a frictional account / William M. Sage
  • The relationship between bioethics and U.S. health law : past, present, and future / I. Glenn Cohen
  • What health reform reveals about health law / Allison K. Hoffman
  • A view from a friend and neighbor : a Canadian perspective on U.S. healthcare and the Affordable Care Act / Colleen Flood and Bryan Thomas
  • Healthcare federalism / Abigail R. Moncrieff and Joseph Lawless
  • Accessing hospitals and health professionals / Eleanor Stoltzfus Jost
  • Access to health insurance and health benefits
  • New, experimental, and life-saving therapies
  • Assisted reproductive technologies and abortion
  • Legal battles against discrimination in healthcare / Dayna Bowen Matthew
  • Health information law / Frank Pasquale
  • The promise of informed consent / Robin Fretwell Wilson
  • Communicating loyalty : advocacy and disclosure of conflicts in treatment and research relationships / Robert Gatter
  • Medical privacy and security / Sharona Hoffman
  • New, experimental, and life-saving therapies / B. Jessie Hill
  • Mental health and other behavioral health services / John Vm Jacobi
  • Assisted reproductive technologies and abortion / Judith Daar
  • Conscientious refusals of care / Elizabeth Sepper
  • Disability and health law / Leslie Francis, Anita Silvers, and Michael Ashley Stein
  • Autonomy and its limits in end-of-life law / Rebecca Dresser
  • Medical malpractice liability : of modest expansions and tightening standards / Barry R. Furrow
  • Drug product liability at the crossroads / Peter Grossi and Keri Arnold
  • Complaints to professional and regulatory bodies / Nadia N. Sawicki
  • Structure of governmental oversight of quality in healthcare / Sandra H. Johnson
  • The hospital-physician relationship / John D. Blum, Shawn R. Mathis, and Paul J. Voss
  • Nonprofit healthcare organizations and the law / Jill r. Horwitz
  • It was on fire when I lay down on it : why medical malpractice reform can't fix healthcare / David A. Hyman and Charles Silver
  • The biomedical research enterprise / Mark Barnes and David Peloquin
  • Antitrust enforcement and the future of healthcare competition / William M. Sage
  • Drugs, biologics, and devices :FDA regulation, intellectual property, and medical products in the American healthcare system / Lewis A. Grossman
  • Health law's uneasy relationship with delivery system innovation / Richard S. Saver
  • Legal and policy issues in measuring and improving quality / Kristin Madison
  • Employment-based health coverage / Mark A. Hall
  • Risk and regulation in private insurance / Robert H. Jerry, II
  • Medicare at fifty / Theodore R. Marmor and Jonathan Oberlander
  • Medicaid at fifty / Sara Rosenbaum
  • The interactions between public and private health insurance / Amy B. Monahan
  • Managing the care and costs of a defined insured population / Francis J. Crosson and Laura A. Tollen
  • Paying for healthcare / David M. Frankford
  • Integration, fragmentation, and human nature : the role of the fraud and abuse laws in a changing healthcare system / Joan H. Krause
  • Invisible forces at work : health legislation and budget processes / Timothy Westmoreland
  • The ethics of rationing healthcare / A. M. Capron
  • The economics of healthcare rationing / Michael Frakes, Matthew B. Frank, and Kyle Rozema
  • American public health law / Lawrence O. Gostin, Daniel Hougendobler, and Anna E. Roberts
  • Communicable disease law and emerging issues : antibiotic resistance / Zita Lazzarini
  • Public health : noncommunicable disease prevention / Lindsay F. Wiley, Manel Kappagoda, and Anne Pearson
  • Public health emergency legal and ethical preparedness / James G. Hodge, Jr.
  • Who's in? : immigrants and healthcare / Wendy E. Parmet
  • Aging population / Marshall B. Kapp
  • Globalization / Nathan Cortez
  • The social determinants of health / Rachel Rebouché and Scott Burris
  • Genomics and the law / Maxwell J. Mehlman.
The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Health Law covers the breadth and depth of health law, with contributions from the most eminent scholars in the field. The Handbook paints with broad thematic strokes the major features of American healthcare law and policy, its recent reforms including the Affordable Care Act, its relationship to medical ethics and constitutional principles, and how it compares to the experience of other countries. It explores the legal framework for the patient experience, from access through treatment, to recourse (if treatment fails), and examines emerging issues involving healthcare information, the changing nature of healthcare regulation, immigration, globalization, aging, and the social determinants of health. This Handbook provides valuable content, accessible to readers new to the subject, as well as to those who write, teach, practice, or make policy in health law.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780199366521 20161213
Law Library (Crown)
xiv, 431 pages ; 26 cm.
  • What is 'Asian law'? : Asia in law, the humanities and social sciences / Christoph Antons
  • Law; networks; mobility : nineteenth century provocations / Iza Hussin
  • East Asia and the study of law and development / John Ohnesorge
  • A new China model for the post global financial crisis era : legal dimensions / Randall Peerenboom
  • Constitutions, constitutional practice, and constitutionalism in East Asia / Albert H.Y. Chen
  • The Vietnamese courts and reform dynamics / Pip Nicholson and Cait Storr
  • The role of lawyers in South and East Asia / Yves Dezalay and Bryant G. Garth
  • The political determinants of corporate reorganization in China / Roman Tomasic and Zinian Zhang
  • Clusters and links in Asian intellectual property law / Peter K. Yu
  • Innovation governance competition : comparing India's and China's electronic commerce development strategies / Jane K. Winn
  • Foreign investment law : Asian investment and the growth of regional investment agreements / Vivienne Bath and Luke Nottage
  • National control over local lawmaking in Indonesia / Simon Butt
  • Forestry law, masyarakat adat, and struggles for inclusive citizenship in Indonesia / Noer Fauzi Rachman and Mia Siscawati
  • Legal and cultural landscapes : cultural and intellectual property concepts and the 'safeguarding' of intangible cultural heritage in Southeast Asia / Christoph Antons
  • Transnational sustainability certification as a new extraterritoriality? / Peter Vandergeest
  • The regulation of innovation in agriculture and sustainable development in India and Southeast Asia / Rajeswari Kanniah and Christoph Antons
  • Institutionalising property : new land law in a new nation-state / Daniel Fitzpatrick
  • Water law in India / Phillipe Cullet
  • Islamic courts or courts for Muslims? : Shari'a and the state in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore / Tim Lindsey
  • Indigenous peoples : indigeneity, indigeny or indigenism? / Geoffrey Benjamin
  • Lèse-majesté, Asian style : crisis of monarchy in pre-war Japan and present-day Thailand / David Streckfuss
  • The construction of ethnicity in colonial law and its legacy : the example of the Peranakan Chinese in Indonesia / Rosy Antons-Sutanto and Christoph Antons.
The Routledge Handbook of Asian Law is a cutting-edge and comprehensive resource which surveys the interdisciplinary field of Asian Law. Written by an international team of experts, the chapters within cover issues as diverse as family law and Islamic courts, decentralisation and the revival of traditional forms of law, discourses on the rule of law, human rights, corporate governance and environmental protection The volume is divided into five parts covering: * Asia in Law, and the Humanities and Social Sciences; * The Political Economy of Law in Asia - Law in the Context of Asian Development; * Asian traditions and their transformations; * Law, the environment, and access to land and natural resources; * People in Asia and their rights. Offering an overview of the full spectrum of Law in Asia, the Handbook is an invaluable resource for academics, researchers, lawyers, graduate and undergraduate students studying this ever-evolving field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415659406 20170220
Law Library (Crown)
xix, 368 pages ; 26 cm.
Law Library (Crown)
xiv, 247 pages ; 25 cm.
  • Upbringing, family, and education
  • Reed College and time before Apple (1972-1976)
  • The first year
  • Apple Computer Incorporated and growth
  • Now truly wealthy
  • Ouster from Apple
  • NeXT was next
  • Pixar and Disney
  • Saving Apple from bankruptcy
  • Apple's reshaping for the modern era
  • Family and religion
  • Political involvement
  • The man outside Apple
  • Dying
  • Legacy of Steve Jobs in intellectual property
  • Legacy in the industry.
This book provides extensive, comprehensive biographical information on one of technology's most important innovators-Steve Jobs. * Provides detailed biographical information that benefits and appeals to a wide audience * Includes not only praise for Jobs but criticism to offer a balanced portrait * Incorporates information from Jobs's speeches and writings * Includes charts and graphs related to home computing and Apple in comparison to competitors.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781610694964 20170206
SAL1&2 (on-campus shelving)
xix, 239 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction : the subtext of North-South relations
  • Who is served by paternalism?
  • GATT and the developing world before the Uruguay Round
  • Unequal partners in merchandise trade
  • An uneven playing field in agricultural negotiations
  • Big disparities in services and intellectual property
  • Conclusion : the end of sweet talk.
Developed nations strive to create the impression that their hearts and pockets bleed for the developing world. Yet, the global North continues to offer unfavorable trade terms to the global South. Truly fair trade would make reciprocal concessions to developing countries while allowing them to better their own positions. However, five hundred years of colonial racism and post-colonial paternalism have undermined trade negotiations.While urging developing countries to participate in trade, the North offers empty deals to "partners" that it regards as unequal. Using a mixed-methods approach, J. P. Singh exposes the actual position beneath the North's image of benevolence and empathy: either join in the type of trade that developed countries offer, or be cast aside as obstreperous and unwilling. Singh reveals how the global North ultimately bars developing nations from flourishing. His findings chart a path forward, showing that developing nations can garner favorable concessions by drawing on unique strengths and through collective advocacy. Sweet Talk offers a provocative rethinking of how far our international relations have come and how far we still have to go.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781503601048 20170123
Green Library
pages cm.
"Both in Europe and the United States, a socioeconomic cataclysm of industrialization and market liberalization-including the invention of branding, mass advertising, and marketing psychology-was the driving force behind the construction of modern trademark and unfair competition laws. During the last two centuries, legal doctrine accordingly underwent partly groundbreaking transformations. Many of these account for today's transatlantic dichotomy, particularly in the field of trademark and unfair competition choice of law, or conflicts law. My analysis will focus on the most relevant characteristics of legal doctrine between the eighteenth and twenty-first centuries. I argue that a closer look at conceptual and structural differences, as well as commonalities between European and US law, provides the basis for a reconceptualization of the field"-- Provided by publisher.
Law Library (Crown)

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