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From Communication to Thing: Historial Aspects of the Conceptualisation of Trade Marks as Property
Lionel Bently translated by Nobuhide OTOMO
SPECIAL FEATURE 1 :
Towards the New Paradigm of Intellectual Property Law (6)
The International Enclosure Movement(4)
Peter K. Yu translated by Yuka AOYAGI
SPECIAL FEATURE 2 :
and Related Issues of Intellectual Property (6)
Issues in Contributory Patent-Infringement -Focusing on the Case of Non-Exclusively Use Type Infringement
(Patent Law Art. 101, Item 2,5)
Fragmented Infringement of Computer Program Patents in the Global Economy
Nari Lee translated by kazunari TANZAWA
SPECIAL FEATURE 3 :
Traditional Knowledge:Genetic Resources
Rethinking about Normative Foundations of Protection of Traditional Knowledge and Genetic Resources
Exploring Options for Achiving Different Objectives on Genetic Resources and Traditional Knowledge
Copyright Protection for Indigenous Creations: Issues for the Future
Brad Sherman and Leanne Wiseman translated by Masabumi SUZUKI
Protecting Maori Intellectual property in New Zealand
Tania WAIKATO translated by Maiko TANOUE
Time, Labour and Ecology-Essential Elements to the Aboriginal Property
Chu Chen HUANG translated by Kazushige SAKAGUCHI
Sunny and Dark Sides of the "Principle of Territoriality"
Fiduciary Duty Required by the Organization of the Collective Management of Copyright
Lee Hae Chung
Who Owns the Right of Public transmission Newly Legislated after Assignment of Copyright Neighoring right?
(Tokyo Dist. Ct., Jan. 19,2007 / Tokyo Dist. Ct., Apr. 27, 2007)