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Spain (Intellectual Property and Private International Law)

De Miguel Asensio, Pedro Alberto (2012) Spain (Intellectual Property and Private International Law). In Intellectual Property and Private International Law (Comparative Perspectives) Edited by T. Kono. Hart Publishing, Oxford-Portland, pp. 975-1022. ISBN 978-1-84946-231-0

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Abstract

SECTION I: GENERAL OVERVIEW
1. LEGAL SOURCES
1.1. Intellectual Property
1.1.1. International Conventions
1.1.2. EU Law: Approximation of Laws and Community Rights
1.1.3. National Legislation
1.1.4. Institutional Competences
1.2. International Jurisdiction
1.2.1. EU Law: Scope of Application and Grounds of Jurisdiction
1.2.2. International Conventions
1.2.3. National Legislation
1.3. Choice-of-Law
1.3.1. International Conventions
1.3.2. EU Law: Implications of the new Regulations
1.3.3. National Legislation
1.4. Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
1.4.1. International Conventions
1.4.2. EU Law
1.4.3. National Legislation
2. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW
2.1. International Jurisdiction
2.1.1. Infringement Claims
2.1.2. Contractual Disputes
2.1.3. Exclusive Jurisdiction on Validity of Rights Subject to Registration
2.2. Applicable Law
2.2.1. Infringement of IP Rights
2.2.2. Territoriality and lex loci protectionis
2.2.3. Contracts Relating to Intellectual or Industrial Property Rights
2.3. Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments
2.3.1 Procedural Issues
2.3.2 Grounds for Non-Recognition

SECTION II: HYPOTHETICAL CASE STUDIES

Case 1. General Special Grounds of Jurisdiction
Case 2. Subject-Matter Jurisdiction
Case 3. Consolidation of Proceedings
Case 4. Choice of Court
Case 5. Parallel Proceedings
Case 6. Principle of Territoriality (Choice of Law)
Case 7. Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights
Case 8. Applicable Law to Initial Ownership
Case 9. Applicable Law to the Transfer of Rights Agreements
Case 10. Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments
Case 11. Provisional Measures and Injunctions


Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:Spain, Intellectual Property, Jurisdiction, Applicable Law, Recognition and Enforcement of Judgments
Subjects:Social sciences > Law > Private international law
Social sciences > Law > Intellectual property
ID Code:16040
Deposited On:23 Jul 2012 12:40
Last Modified:06 Feb 2014 10:37

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