international IP

Prof. Peter K. Yu

Texas A&M University School of Law

Spring 2023


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Class 1 (1/18):  The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works

Readings

Further Readings

(Note:  Further readings are provided for reference purposes and will not be discussed in class.)

  • Sam Ricketson, The Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works, 1886-1986 (1987)

  • J. Thomas McCarthy, Intellectual PropertyóAmericaís Overlooked Export, 20 U. Dayton L. Rev. 809 (1995)

  • WIPO, Guide to the Berne Convention for the Protection of Literary and Artistic Works (Paris Act 1971) (1978)

  • Symposium, Conference Celebrating the Centenary of the Berne Convention, 11 Colum.-VLA J.L. & Arts 1 (1986)

  • Symposium, Fundamentals of International Copyright: The Impact of Berne, 8 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 1 (1989)

Class 2 (1/25):  The Protection of Moral Rights and Choice-of-Law Questions

Due:   Problem Set 1 

Further Readings:

  • Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on the Resale Right for the Benefit of the Author of an Original Work of Art, 2001 O.J. (forthcoming)

  • Paul Goldstein, Copyrightís Highway: From Guttenberg to the Celestial Jukebox 165-96 (1994)

  • Thomas F. Cotter, Pragmatism, Economics, and the Droit Moral, 76 N.C. L. Rev. 1 (1997)

  • Jane C. Ginsburg, A Tale of Two Copyrights: Literary Property in Revolutionary France and America, 64 Tul. L. Rev. 991 (1990)

  • Herman Cohen Jehoram, The Nature of Neighboring Rights of Performing Artists, Phonogram Producers and Broadcasting Organizations, 15 Colum.-VLA J.L. & Arts 75 (1990)

  • Roberta Rosenthal Kwall, ďAuthor-Stories:Ē Narrativeís Implications for Moral Rights and Copyrightís Joint Authorship Doctrine, 75 S. Cal. L. Rev. 1 (2001)

  • Neil Netanel, Alienability Restrictions and the Enhancement of Author Autonomy in United States and Continental Copyright Law, 12 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 1 (1994)

  • Geri J. Yonover, The Precarious Balance: Moral Rights, Parody, and Fair Use, 14 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 79 (1994)

  • Peter K. Yu, Moral Rights 2.0, 1 Tex. A&M L. Rev. 873 (2014)

  • Peter K. Yu, The Comparative Lessons of Itar-Tass Russian News Agency v. Russian Kurier, in The Cambridge Handbook of Intellectual Property in Central and Eastern Europe 110 (Mira T. Sundara Rajan ed., Cambridge University Press 2019)

Further Readings (Choice of Law):

  • Eugen Ulmer, Intellectual Property Rights and the Conflict of Laws (1978)

  • Graeme W. Austin, Domestic Laws and Foreign Rights: Choice of Law in Transnational Copyright Infringement Litigation, 23 Colum.-VLA J.L. & Arts 1 (1999)

  • Graeme W. Austin, Social Policy Choices and Choice of Law for Copyright Infringement in Cyberspace, 79 Or. L. Rev. 575 (2000)

  • Curtis A. Bradley, Territorial Intellectual Property Rights in an Age of Globalism, 37 Va. J. Int'l L. 505 (1997)

  • Graeme B. Dinwoodie, International Intellectual Property Litigation: A Vehicle for Resurgent Comparativist Thought, 49 Am. J. Comp. L. 429 (2001)

  • Graeme B. Dinwoodie, A New Copyright Order: Why National Courts Should Create Global Norms, 149 U. Penn. L. Rev. 469 (2000)

  • Paul Edward Geller, Harmonizing Copyright-Contract Conflicts Analyses, 25 Copyright 49 (1989)

  • Jane C. Ginsburg: Copyright Without Borders? Choice of Forum and Choice of Law for Copyright Infringement in Cyberspace, 15 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 153 (1997)

  • Jane C. Ginsburg, Extraterritoriality and Multiterritoriality in Copyright Infringement, 37 Va. J. Int'l L. 587 (1997)

  • David R. Johnson & David G. Post, Law and Borders: The Rise of Law in Cyberspace, 48 Stan. L. Rev. 1367 (1996)

  • William Patry, Choice of Law and International Copyright, 48 Am. J. Comp. L. 383 (2000)

  • Peter K. Yu, Conflict of Laws Issues in International Copyright Cases, Gigalaw.com (Apr. 2001)

Note: There will be no class on 2/8 (Class Rescheduled).

Class 3 (2/15):  The Protection of Databases and EU Copyright Protection

Due:   Problem Set 2 

Readings:

Further Readings (EU Copyright and Database Protection):

Class 4 (2/22):  The TRIPS Agreement and the WIPO Internet Treaties

Readings

Further Readings (TRIPS Agreement):

  • Frederick M. Abbott, The WTO TRIPS Agreement and Global Economic Development, in Public Policy and Global Technological Integration 39 (Frederick M. Abbott & David J. Gerber eds., 1997)

  • A. Jane Bradley, Intellectual Property Rights, Investment and trade in Services in the Uruguay Round: Laying the Foundation, 23 Stan. J. Intíl L. 57 (1987)

  • Vincent Chiappetta, The Desirability of Agreeing to Disagree: The WTO, TRIPs, International IPR Exhaustion and a Few Other Things, 21 Mich. J. Intíl L. 333 (2000)

  • Carlos M. Correa, Intellectual Property Rights, the WTO, and Development Countries: The TRIPS Agreement and Policy (2001)

  • Daniel Gervais, The TRIPs Agreement: Drafting History and Analysis (1998)

  • Global Dimensions of Intellectual Property Rights in Science and Technology (Michael B. Wallerstein et al. eds., 1993)

  • Tara Kalagher Giunta & Lily H. Shang, Ownership of Information in a Global Economy, 27 Geo. Wash. J. Intíl L. & Econ. 327 (1993)

  • Marci A. Hamilton, The TRIPS Agreement: Imperialistic, Outdated, and Overprotective, 29 Vand. J. Transnatíl L. 613 (1996)

  • Intellectual Property Rights: Global Consensus, Global Conflict? (R. Michael Gadbaw & Timothy J. Richards eds., 1988)

  • Intellectual Property Rights in Emerging Markets (Clarissa Long ed., 2000)

  • John H. Jackson & Alan O. Sykes, Implementing the Uruguay Round (1997)

  • Keith E. Maskus, Intellectual Property Rights in the Global Economy (2002)

  • Charles R. McManis, Intellectual Property and International Mergers and Acquisitions, 66 U. Cin. L. Rev. 1283 (1998)

  • Neil Weinstock Netanel, Asserting Copyright's Democratic Principles in the Global Arena, 51 Vand. L. Rev. 217 (1998)

  • Ruth Okediji, Toward an International Fair Use Doctrine, 39 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 75 (2000)

  • J.H. Reichman, From Free Riders to Fair Followers: Global Competition Under the TRIPS Agreement, 29 N.Y.U. J. Intíl L. & Pol. 11 (1997)

  • J.H. Reichman, Beyond the Historical Lines of Demarcation: Competition Law, Intellectual Property Rights, and International Trade After the GATTís Uruguay Round, 20 Brook. J. Intíl L. 75 (1993)

  • Michael P. Ryan, Knowledge Diplomacy: Global Competition and the Politics of Intellectual Property (1998)

  • Symposium, The Inaugural Engelberg Conference on the Culture and Economic of Participation in an International Intellectual Property Regime, 29 N.Y.U. J. Intíl L. & Pol. 1 (1997)

  • Symposium, Trade-related Aspects of Intellectual Property (pts. 1 & 2), 22 Vand. J. Transnatíl L. 223, 689 (1989)

  • The Uruguay Round and Beyond: Essays in Honor of Arthur Dunkel (Jagdish Bhagwati & Mathias Hirsch eds., 1998)

  • Peter K. Yu, The Objectives and Principles of the TRIPS Agreement, 46 Hous. L. Rev. 979 (2009)

Further Readings (WTO Dispute Settlement Process):

  • Understanding on Rules and Procedures Governing the Settlement of Disputes, Dec. 15, 1993, 33 I.L.M. 112 (1994)

  • United States - Section 110(5) of US Copyright Act - Report of the Panel, WT/DS160/R, June 15, 2000: Part 1 & Part 2

  • Graeme B. Dinwoodie, The Development and Incorporation of International Norms in the Formation of Copyright Law, 62 Ohio St. L.J. 733 (2001)

  • Rochelle Cooper Dreyfuss and Andreas F. Lowenfeld, Two Achievements of the Uruguay Round: Putting TRIPS and Dispute Settlement Together, 37 Va. J. Int'l L. 275 (1997)

  • Gail E. Evans, Lawmaking Under the Trade Constitution: A Study in Legislating by the World Trade Organization (2000)

  • Paul Edward Geller, Intellectual Property in the Global Marketplace: Impact of TRIPS Dispute Settlement, 29 Int'l Law. 99 (1995)

  • Laurence R. Helfer, World Music on a U.S. Stage:  A Berne/Trips and Economic Analysis of the Fairness in Music Licensing Act, 80 B.U. L. Rev. 93 (2000)

  • John H. Jackson, The Jurisprudence of GATT and the WTO: Insights on Treaty Law and Economic Relations (2000)

  • John O. McGinnis & Mark L. Movesian, The World Trade Constitution, 114 Harv. L. Rev. 511 (2000)

  • Neil W. Netanel, The Next Round: The Impact of the WIPO Copyright Treaty on TRIPS Dispute Settlement, 37 Va. J. Int'l L. 441 (1997)

  • David Palmeter & Petros C. Mavroidis, Dispute Settlement in the World Trade Organization: Practice and Procedure (1999)

  • Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann, The GATT/WTO Dispute Settlement System : International Law, International Organizations, and Dispute (1997)

  • Symposium, Compliance with the TRIPs Agreement, 29 Vand. J. Transnatíl L. 363 (1996)

  • Symposium, The Decline of Nations State and Its Effects on Constitutional and International Economic Law, 18 Cardozo L. Rev. 903 (1996)

  • Friedl Weiss, Improving WTO Dispute Settlement Procedures: Issues and Lessons from the Practice of Other International Courts and Tribunals (2000)

Further Readings (WIPO Internet Treaties):

  • WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty, adopted Dec. 20, 1996, WIPO Doc. CRNR/DC/95 (Dec. 23, 1996)

  • MihŠly Ficsor, Copyright for the Digital Era: The WIPO "Internet" Treaties, 21 Colum.-VLA J.L. & Arts 197 (1997)

  • Neil W. Netanel, The Next Round: The Impact of the WIPO Copyright Treaty on TRIPS Dispute Settlement, 37 Va. J. Int'l L. 441 (1997) 

  • JŲrg Reinbothe et al., The New WIPO Treaties: A First Rťsumť, 19 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 171 (1997)

  • J.H. Reichman & Pamela Samuelson, Intellectual Property Rights in Data?, 50 Vand. L. Rev. 51 (1997)

  • Pamela Samuelson, The U.S. Digital Agenda at WIPO, 37 Va. J. Int'l L. 369 (1997)

Class 5 (3/1):  "Intellectual Property and the Lost Year of Covid-19 Deaths" 

Guest Speaker: Prof. Madhavi Sunder, Frank Sherry Professor of Intellectual Property Law & Associate Dean for Graduate & International Programs, Georgetown University Law Center

Class 6 (3/8):  Language and Territoriality in Trademark Law

Due:  Paper Topic

Readings:

Further Readings (Language and Territoriality):

  • Mother's Restaurants v. Mother's Other Kitchen, Inc., 218 U.S.P.Q. 1046 (T.T.A.B. 1983)

  • James A. Carney, Setting Sights on Trademark Piracy: The Need for Greater Protection Against Imitation of Foreign Trademarks, 81 Trademark Rep. 30 (1991)

  • Graeme B. Dinwoodie, Trademarks and Territory: Detaching Trademark Law from the Nation-State, 41 Hous. L. Rev. 885 (2004)

  • Richard Thompson Ford, Beyond Borders: A Partial Response to Richard Briffault, 48 Stan. L. Rev. 1173 (1996)

  • Thomas J. Hoffman & Susan E. Brownstone, Protection of Rights Acquired by International Reputation Without Use or Registration, 71 Trademark Rep. 1 (1981)

  • William M. Landes & Richard A. Posner, The Economics of Trademark Law, 78 Trademark Rep. 267 (1986)

  • Beth Fulkerson, Note, Theft by Territorialism: A Case for Revising TRIPS to Protect Trademarks from National Market Foreclosure, 17 Mich. J. Int'l L. 801 (1996)

Further Readings (Paris Convention):

  • Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, Mar. 20, 1883, amended October 2, 1979, 21 U.S.T. 1538, 828 U.N.T.S. 305

  • G.H.C. Bodenhausen, Guide to the Application of the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property (1968)

  • World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property from 1883 to 1983 (1983)

  • John B. Pegram, Trademark Law Revision: Section 44, 78 Trademark Rep. 141 (1988)

  • Joanna Schmidt-Szalewski, The International Protection of Trademarks after the TRIPs Agreement, 9 Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 189 (1998)

  • Patricia V. Norton, Note, The Effect of Article 10bis of the Paris Convention on American Unfair Comeptition Law, 68 Fordham L. Rev. 225 (1999)

Further Readings (Well-known Marks):

  • Joint Recommendation Concerning Provisions on the Protection of Well-Known Marks

  • George Ritzer, The McDonaldization of Society (3d ed. 2000)

  • Frederick W. Mostert, Well-Known and Famous Marks: Is Harmony Possible in the Global Village?, 86 Trademark Rep. 103 (1996)

  • Charles Webster, The McDonald's Case: South Africa Joins the Global Village, 86 Trademark Rep. 576 (1986)

  • World Trademark Symposium: Famous Marks, 82 Trademark Rep. 989 (1992)

  • Legal Wrangle: Jamaica (containing legal documents on the Jamaica case)

Note: There will be no class on 3/15 (Spring Break).

Class 7 (3/22):  European Union Trade Marks, the Madrid System and Internet Domain Names

Due:  Problem Set 3 

Readings:

Further Readings (European Union Trade Marks):

Further Readings (The Madrid System):

  • Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks

  • Protocol Relating to the Madrid Agreement

  • Common Regulations under the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks and the Protocol Relating to that Agreement

  • The Madrid Arrangement--BIRPI Proposed Changes, 60 Trademark Reporter 129 (1970)

  • Should the United States Adhere to the Madrid Arrangement?, 56 Trademark Rep. 289 (1966)

  • David B. Allen, Protection of Property Identity Abroad: Some New Light on an Old Problem?, 55 Trademark Reporter 707 (1965)

  • David B. Allen, Report on Committee of Experts for the Revision of the Madrid Agreement, 60 Trademark Rep. 163 (1970)

  • Peter M. Brody, Protection of Geographical Indications in teh Wake of TRIPS: Existing United States Law s and the Administration's Proposed Legislation, 84 Trademark Rep. 520 (1994)

  • Carlo Cotrone, Comment, The United States and the Madrid Protocol: A Time to Decline, A Time to Accede,  4 Marq. Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 75 (2000)

  • Anthony R. DeSimone, United States Adhernece to the Agreement of Madrid, 56 Trademark Rep. 320 (1966)

  • Gabriel M. Frayne, A Few More Thoughts on Possible United States Adherence to the Madrid Arrangement, 57 Trademark Rep. 447 (1967) 

  •  Maria Guerra, The Rocky Road of the U.S. Accession to the Madrid Protocol: Could This Be the Year?, 11 DePaul J. Art & Ent. Law 525 (2001)

  • Thomas Hebling, Teh Term 'Swiss' on Trade Goods: A Dnomination of Origin and Its Legal Protection in the United Kingdom, 19 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 51 (1997)

  • Andrew Inglis & Joel Barry, "Budweiser": The Decision of Solomon, 20 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 320 (1998)

  • Thorstein Klein, Madrid Trademark Agreement vs. Madrid Protocol, 12 J. Contemp. Legal Issues 484 (2000)

  • Marshall Leaffer, Appellations of Origin and Geographic Indications in U.S. Law After NAFTA and GATT, 2 International Intellectual Property Law & Policy 45-1 (Hugh Hansen ed. 1998).

  • Terril Lewis, Towards Implementation of the Madrid Protocol in the United States, 89 Trademark Rep. 918 (1999)

  • J. Thomas McCarthy & Veronica Colby Devitt, Protection of Geographical Denominations: Domestic and International, 69 Trademark Rep. 199 (1979)

  • Jeffrey M. & Linda B. Samuels, The US Perspective on the Madrid Protocol, 1993 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 418 (1993).

  • Roger E. Schechter, Facilitating Trademark Registration Abroad: The Implications of U.S. Ratification to the Madrid Protocol, 25 Geo. Wash. J. Int'l L. & Econ. 419 (1991)

  • Allan Zelnick,  The Madrid Protocol -- Some Reflections,  82 Trademark Rep. 651 (1992)

  • Gerd F. Kunze, The Protocol Relating to the Madrid Agreement Concerning the International Registration of Marks of June 27, 1989, 82 Trademark Rep. 58 (1992)

Further Readings (Internet Domain Names):

Class 8 (3/29):  Geographical Indications and the Protection of Traditional Knowledge

Due:  Two-Page-Synopsis

Further Readings (Geographical Indications):

  • Friedrich-Karl Beier & Roland Knaak, The Protection of Direct and Indirect Geographical Indications of Source in Germany and the European Community, 25 I.I.C. 1 (1994)

  • Lee Bendekgey & Caroline H. Mead, International Protection of Appellations of Origin and Ohter Geographic Indications, 82 Trademark Rep. 781 (1992)

  • Albrecht Conrad, The Protection of Geographical Indications in the TRIPs Agreement, 86 Trademark Rep. 11 (1996)

  • Christine Haight Farley, Conflicts Between U.S. Law and International Treaties Concerning Geographical Indications, 22 Whittier L. Rev. 73 (2000)

  • Stacy D. Goldberg, Comment, Who Will Raise the White Flag? The Battle Between the United States and the European Union over the Protection of Geographical Indications, 22 U. Pa. J. Int'l Econ. L. 107 (2001)

  • Paul Heald, Trademarks and Geographic Indications: Exploring the Contours of the TRIPs Agreement, 29 Vand. J. Trans. L. 635 (1996)

  • Robert M. Kunstadt & Gregor Buhler, Bud Battle Illustrates Perials of Geographic Marks, Nat'l L.J., May 18, 1998

  • Louis C. Lenzen, Bacchus in the Hinterlands: A Study of Denominations of Origin in French and American Wine-Labeling Laws, 58 Trademark Rep. 145 (1968)

  • Howard Poliner, Appellations of Origin in Israel Pursuant to the Lisbon Agreement, 21 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 149 (1999)

Further Readings (Traditional Knowledge):

  • The Bellagio Declaration

  • Keith Aoki, Neocolonialism, Anticommons Property, and Biopiracy in the (Not-So-Brave) New World Order of International Intellectual Property Protection, 6 Ind. J. Global Leg. Stud. 11 (1998)

  • Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Integrating Intellectual Property Rights and Development Policy: Report of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights chs. 3-4 (2002)

  • Rosemary J. Coombe, New Dilemmas in International Law Posed by the Recognition of Indigenous Knowledge and the Conservation of Biodiversity, 6 Ind. J. Global Leg. Stud. 59, 59-76 (1998)

  • Rosemary J. Coombe, The Recognition of Indigenous Peoplesí and Community Traditional Knowledge in International Law, 14 St. Thomas L. Rev. 275 (2001)

  • David R. Downes, How Intellectual Property Could Be a Tool to Protect Traditional Knowledge, 25 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 253 (2000)

  • Christine Haight Farley, Protecting Folklore of Indigenous Peoples: Is Intellectual Property the Answer?, 30 Conn. L. Rev. 1 (1997)

  • Paul Kuruk, Protecting Folklore Under Modern Intellectual Property Regimes: A Reappraisal of the Tensions Between Individual and Communal Rights in Africa and the United States, 48 Am. U. L. Rev. 769 (1999)

  • Jeffrey P. Kushan, Biodiversity: Opportunities and Obligations, 28 Vand. J. Transnatíl L. 755 (1995)

  • Doris Estelle Long, The Impact of Foreign Investment on Indigenous Culture: An Intellectual Property Perspective, 23 N.C. J. Intíl L. & Com. Reg. 229 (1998)

  • Charles R. Mcmanis, The Interface Between International Intellectual Property and Environmental Protection: Biodiversity and Biotechnology, 76 Wash. U. L.Q. 255 (1998)

  • Srividhya Ragavan, Protection of Traditional Knowledge, 2 Minn. Intell. Prop. Rev. 1 (2001)

  • Naomi Roht-Arriaza, Of Seeds and Shamans: The Appropriation of the Scientific and Technical Knowledge of Indigenous and Local Communities, 17 Mich. J. Intíl L. 919 (1996)

  • Susan Scafidi, Intellectual Property and Cultural Products, 81 B.U. L. Rev. 793 (2001)

  • Symposium, Traditional Knowledge, Intellectual Property, and Indigenous Culture, 11 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 239 (2003)

  • Peter K. Yu, Cultural Relics, Intellectual Property, and Intangible Heritage, 81 Temple L. Rev. 433 (2008)

  • Peter K. Yu, Traditional Knowledge, Intellectual Property, and Indigenous Culture: An Introduction, 11 Cardozo J. Int'l & Comp. L. 239 (2003)

Class 9 (3/31Ė4/1): "Creativity and Innovation Is Local" Symposium

You are required to attend 1 session of the event at your preferred time as part of the make-up session.

Class 10 (4/5):  The International Patent System and the Protection of Pharmaceuticals

Readings:

Further Readings (Patent Treaties)

  • G.H.C. Bodenhausen, Guide to the Application of the Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property (1968)

  • Edmund W. Kitch, The Patent Policy of Developing Countries, 13 UCLA Pac. Basin L.J. 166 (1994)

  • Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Integrating Intellectual Property Rights and Development Policy: Report of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights (2002)

  • Global Dimensions of Intellectual Property Rights in Science and Technology (Mitchell B. Wallerstein et al. eds., 1993)

  • Tara Kalagher Giunta & Lily H. Shang, Ownership of Information in a Global Economy, 27 Geo. Wash. J. Intíl L. & Econ. 327 (1993)

  • Intellectual Property Rights: Global Consensus, Global Conflict? (R. Michael Gadbaw & Timothy J. Richards eds., 1988)

  • Intellectual Property Rights in Emerging Markets (Clarissa Long ed., 2000)

  • Keith E. Maskus, Intellectual Property Rights in the Global Economy (2002)

  • Robert Merges, Battle of the Lateralisms: Intellectual Property and Trade, 8 B.U. Intíl L.J. 239 (1990)

  • R. Carl Moy, The History of the Patent Harmonization Treaty: Economic Self-Interest as an Influence, 26 J. Marshall L. Rev. 457 (1993)

  • Ruth Okediji, Toward an International Fair Use Doctrine, 39 Colum. J. Transnat'l L. 75 (2000)

  • J.H. Reichman, Beyond the Historical Lines of Demarcation: Competition Law, Intellectual Property Rights, and International Trade After the GATTís Uruguay Round, 20 Brook. J. Intíl L. 75 (1993)

  • Symposium, The Inaugural Engelberg Conference on the Culture and Economic of Participation in an International Intellectual Property Regime, 29 N.Y.U. J. Intíl L. & Pol. 1 (1997)

  • WIPO, The Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property from 1883 to 1983 (1983)

Further Readings (Pharmaceuticals):

  • Commission on Intellectual Property Rights, Integrating Intellectual Property Rights and Development Policy: Report of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights ch. 2 (2002)

  • The Global Governance of HIV/AIDS and the Rugged Road Ahead: An Epilogue, in The Global Governance of HIV/ AIDS: Intellectual Property and Access to Essential Medicines 223 (Obijiofor Aginam, John Harrington & Peter K. Yu eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2013)

  • Frederick M. Abbott, The Doha Declaration on the TRIPs Agreement and Public Health: Lighting a Dark Corner at the WTO, 5 J. Intíl Econ. L. 469 (2002)

  • Thomas F. Cotter, Market Fundamentalism and the TRIPs Agreement, 22 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. (forthcoming 2003)

  • James Thuo Gathii, Construing Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Policy Consistently with Facilitating Access to Affordable Aids Drugs to Low-End Consumers, 53 Fla. L. Rev. 727 (2001)

  • Debora Halbert, Moralized Discourses: South Africaís Intellectual Property Fight for Access to AIDS Drugs, 1 Seattle J. Soc. Just. 257 (2002)

  • Ellen ít Hoen, TRIPs, Pharmaceutical Patents, and Access to Essential Medicines: A Long Way from Seattle to Doha, 3 Chi. J. Intíl L. 27 (2002)

  • Jean O. Lanjouw, A New Global Patent Regime for Diseases: U.S. and International Legal Issues, 16 Harv. J.L. & Tech. 85 (2002)

  • Susan K. Sell, TRIPs and the Access to Medicines Campaign, 20 Wis. J. Intíl L. 480 (2002)

  • Josť Marcos Nogueira Viana, Intellectual Property Rights, the World Trade Organization and Public Health: The Brazilian Perspective, 17 Conn. J. Intíl L. 311 (2002)

  • Alan O. Sykes, TRIPS, Pharmaceuticals, Developing Countries, and the Doha ďSolution,Ē 3 Chi. J. Intíl L. 47 (2002)

Class 11 (4/12):  Student Presentations (1)

Class 12 (4/20):  Student Presentations (2)

 

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