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Title: Intellectual Property in the Lisbon Treaty
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Keywords: EC law
Intellectual property
Issue Date: 2008
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
Citation: William Kingston ‘ Intellectual Property in the Lisbon Treaty’ in European Intellectual Property Review, 30, (11), 2008, pp 439 - 443
Series/Report no.: European Intellectual Property Review
Abstract: Article 118 of the Lisbon Treaty empowers Brussels to set up "centralised Union-wide authorisation, co-ordination and supervision arrangements" to provide "uniform intellectual property rights protection throughout the Union". The consequences for European innovation can only be negative, since the example of similar centralisation in the United States shows that it cannot deliver appropriate protection for diverse and new kinds of information.
Description: PUBLISHED
ISSN: 0142-0461
Appears in Collections:Business Studies (Scholarly Publications)

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