5 edition of law of geographical indications found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Bernard O"Connor.|
|LC Classifications||K1562 .O36 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||501 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||501|
This book addresses the relevance of geographical indication (GI) as a tool for local and socio-economic development and democratization of agri-food, with case studies from Asia, Europe and the Americas. A geographical indication is a sign used on products that have a specific geographical origin.
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This book "The Law of Geographical Indications" addresses these questions. The book examines what names can and cannot be protected in national and international law and the nature of the protection given.
Adopting a historical approach, Dev Gangjee explores the rules regulating these valuable geographical designations within international intellectual property law. He traces the emergence of geographical indications as a distinct category while investigating the key distinguishing feature of the link between regional products and their places of.
Any points prescribed in the definition of geographical indications in Article 4 and Article 10 of this law; 3. The actual production site for Cambodian geographical indications; 4.
In the case of homonymous geographical indications, in compliance with the. Bashaw, B. M., ‘Geographical Indications in China: Why Protect GIs with Both Trade Mark Law and AOC-Type Legislation?’ () 17 Pacific Rim Law and Policy Journal Beebe, B., ‘Intellectual Property and the Sumptuary Code’ () Harvard Law Review Cited by: Adopting a historical approach, Dev Gangjee explores the rules regulating these valuable geographical designations within international intellectual property law.
He traces the emergence of geographical indications as a distinct category while investigating the key distinguishing feature of the link between regional products and their places of 5/5(1).
Adopting a historical approach, Dev Gangjee explores the rules regulating these valuable geographical designations within international intellectual property law. He traces the emergence of geographical indications as a distinct category while investigating the key distinguishing feature of law of geographical indications book link between regional products and law of geographical indications book places of Cited by: It is a comprehensive study law of geographical indications book the geographical indication laws, giving ample insights into the concept of geographical indications, laws and processes for protection of traditional knowledge and unique natural products, international treaties and registration of.
This book is one of the first to offer a comprehensive and detailed examination of the European laws law of geographical indications book the protection of geographical indications, and the application of those laws. Systematic attention is paid to the categories of geographical indication, law of geographical indications book chapters on agricultural products and foodstuffs, wines, and spirits.
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law of geographical indications book The Standing Committee on the Law of Trademarks, Industrial Designs and Geographical Indications (SCT) is the forum where WIPO's member states discuss policy and legal issues relating to the international development of law and standards for geographical indications and appellations of origin.
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Geographical indications means any indications which define the goods as originating in the territory of a country or a region or locality in that territory, provided a given quality reputation or other characteristics of the product are attributable to its geographical origin. this means that the geographical indications has to indicate that a product of a particular origin has a certain.
Geographical indication (GI) is a name or sign used on certain products law of geographical indications book corresponds to a specific geographical location or origin (e.g. a town, region, or country). The use of a GI may act as a certification that the product possesses certain qualities, is made according to traditional methods, or enjoys a certain reputation, due to its geographical origin.
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(Declaration) on Geographical Indications, Art. Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Geographical Indications - Ebook written by Dev S. Gangjee. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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Disregarding this law can entail a loss of wine and a fine’, and with these words a certain king of France in gave birth to what we now know as geographical indications (GIs). From the aromatic Basmati rice to the rich taste of Darjeeling tea in India and from the sparkling white wine of Champagne to the blue cheese of Roquefort in.
'A comprehensive collection covering the promise, pitfalls and realities of geographical indications (GIs) which breaks new ground in focusing on the rich, diverse and often neglected region of Asia; a must read for those seeking a thorough, balanced and thought-provoking take on this controversial area of law.'.
Encapsulating the most recent changes in the law, this second edition of The Protection of Geographical Indications investigates the European laws which regulate the way that geographical indications can be used in the marketing of Released on: Decem The present book examines both theoretical and practical aspects of the law on indications of geographical origin (IGOs) within the framework of European Union (EU) law, pursuing four distinct yet mutually related aims.
First, it discusses theoretical issues of Brand: Springer International Publishing. The book “Relocating the Law of Geographical Indications” by Dev Gangjee examines various aspects of the legal framework for the protection of GIs.
The book is divided into two parts and seven chapters. The first of these is introductory in nature, covering the. The present book examines both theoretical and practical aspects of the law on indications of geographical origin (IGOs) within the framework of European Author: Vadims Mantrovs.
Relocating the Law of Geographical Indications. by Dev Gangjee. Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law (Book 15) Thanks for Sharing. You submitted the following rating and review.
We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed : Cambridge University Press. In the European Union (EU), Geographical Indications (GIs) for wine, spirits, agricultural products and foodstuffs are protected as sui generis intellectual property rights that act as certification that certain products possess particular qualities, characteristics or reputation essentially attributable to their geographical origin and method of production.
Geographical Indications Published on website of SVKM’s NMIMS University’s Institute of Intellectual Property Studies () application for GI registration is to be made to the designated national authority under the law of geographical indication of that country.
The present book examines both theoretical and practical aspects of the law on indications of geographical origin (IGOs) within the framework of European Union (EU) law, pursuing four distinct yet mutually related aims.
5. Justin Hughes (), ‘Champagne, Feta, and Bourbon: The Spirited Debate About Geographical Indications’, Hastings Law Journal, 58, December, – 6. Erik W. Ibele (), ‘The Nature and Function of Geographical Indications in Law’, Estey Centre Journal of International Law and Trade Policy, 10 (1), 36–49 PART II FUNCTIONS OF GIsAuthor: Michael Blakeney.
BOOK REVIEW THE PROTECTION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS Law and Practice Second Edition By Michael Blakeney ISBN: 1 7 (hardback) 1 4 (ebook) EDWARD ELGAR PUBLISHING. Geographical Indications for Food Products presents a detailed update of the international, regional, and national law of geographical indications (GIs) for food products.
Since the first edition of this indispensable volume nearly a decade ago, great changes have taken place in both national and international legal and regulatory frameworks. The present book examines both theoretical and practical aspects of the law on indications of geographical origin (IGOs) within the framework of European Union (EU) law, pursuing four distinct yet mutually related : Springer International Publishing.
The Law of Geographical Indications Rising above the horizon. - Relocating the Law of Geographical Indications Dev Gangjee Frontmatter More information Table of contents Acknowledgments page vii List of abbreviations ix Table of cases xi 1. Introduction: locating geographical indications 1 1.
The mess: conceptual, institutional and epistemic 2 2. Controversies and interests 8 3. Geographical Indications for Food Products presents a detailed update of the international, regional, and national law of geographical indications (GIs) for food the first edition of this indispensable volume nearly a decade ago, great changes have taken place in both national and international legal and regulatory frameworks for GIs system for food products.
copyrights, designs and geographical indications. The course contents of this study material have been so designed as to develop specialised skills in the corpus and complexities of the different aspects of the subject besides meeting the requirements of a future career in this area.
The domain of intellectual property is vast. Only those IPR. YH Collection of Laws for Electronic Access INDIA IN EN Geographical Indications, 30/12/, No. 48 page 1/39 The following Act of Parliament received the assent of the President on the 30th December,and is hereby published for general information:—.
means of protection for geographical indications in the United States. BACKGROUND. History. The seeds of the conflict between the United States’ position and the European position on geographical indications were sown very early in.
This chapter outlines the principal features of trade mark protection regimes, drawing primarily on EU and US materials to illustrate the underlying legal issues. It includes an outline of the principal allied rights; namely (i) unfair competition, (ii) passing off, (iii) publicity rights, (iv) geographical indications, and (v) domain names.
Book Launch on Geographical Indications at the Crossroads of Trade, Development, and Culture: Focus on Asia-Pacific. From left: Associate Professor Dan W.
Puchniak, Director of the Centre for Asian Legal Studies (CALS), Professor Simon Chesterman, Dean, National University of Singapore Faculty of Law (NUS Law), Professor Irene Calboli (Editor).
Geographical Indications: An Introduction. WIPO study providing an introduction to geographical indications, explaining their basic features, use and protection as an intellectual property right.
Written for non-experts, it is a starting point for readers seeking to learn more about the topic. (French version available) Article of TRIPS defines geographical indications as “indications which identify a good as originating in the territory of a Member, or a region or locality in that territory, where a given quality, reputation or other characteristic of the good is.
Geographical indications in a broad sense include indications of source, appellation of origin, and geographical indication (in the strict sense). It should be pointed out that the Paris Convention does not use in its terminology the term geographical indication; it rather utilizes the terms,indications of source and appellations of origin.
Property Law, IP and Cultural Heritage – Geographical Indications pdf – Overprotection _, Hart Publishing,p 10 Tesh W. Dagne, ^ eyond Economic onsiderations: (Re)onceptualising Geographical Indications For Protecting Traditional Agricultural Products _, International Review of Intellectual Property and.Gangjee, Dev () Relocating the law of geographical indications.
Cambridge intellectual property and information law. (15). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. ISBN Full text not available from this repository. Publisher.The firm’s ebook indications team is headed by Richard Mendelson and Scott Gerien.
Richard, of counsel to the firm and a part-time professor at UC Berkeley Boalt Hall School of Law, teaches the only law school class in the U.S.
on geographical indications.