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Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Intellectual Property Litigation: The CLIP Principles

De Miguel Asensio, Pedro Alberto (2010) Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments in Intellectual Property Litigation: The CLIP Principles. In Intellectual Property in the Global Arena - Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, and the Recognition of Judgments in Europe, Japan and the US. Tübingen, pp. 239-292. ISBN 978-3-16-150444-0

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Abstract

I. SIGNIFICANCE OF RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT IN IP LITIGATION. II. APPLICATION OF PART 4 OF THE CLIP PRINCIPLES. 1. Scope of application. 2. The issue of reciprocity. 3. Favor recognitionis. III. EFFECTS OF JUDGMENTS. 1. Judgment: Definition and classification. 2. Effects of judgments and consequences of recognition. 3. Res judicata and preclusive effects. 4. Scope of injunctions. IV. RECOGNITION AND ENFORCEMENT: PROCEDURAL ASPECTS. V. FINALITY OF THE JUDGMENT AND PROVISIONAL MEASURES. VI. VERIFICATION OF THE JURISDICTION OF THE RENDERING COURT. 1. Standard of review. 2. Exclusive jurisdiction. 3. Other provisions. VII. SUBSTANTIVE PUBLIC POLICY. 1. Scope and nature. 2. Punitive damages. VIII. PROCEDURAL PUBLIC POLICY. IX. OTHER GROUNDS FOR NON-RECOGNITION

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:Recognition, Enforcement, Foreign judgment, Effects, Res judicata, Intellectual property, Injunctions, Verification of jurisdiction, Public policy, CLIP Principles
Subjects:Social sciences > Law > Private international law
Social sciences > Law > Intellectual property
Social sciences > Law > Procedure (law)
ID Code:15214
Deposited On:14 May 2012 12:44
Last Modified:16 May 2012 07:39

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