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New Book by Prof. Dinusha Mendis on 3D Printing and IP Law

A new book titled ‘3D Printing and Beyond: Intellectual Property and Regulation’ published by Edward Elgar Publishers in February 2019 and edited by Professors Dinusha Mendis (Department of Law, CIPPM, Bournemouth University, UK) Mark Lemley (Stanford Law School, Stanford University, California USA) and Matthew Rimmer (Faculty of Law, Law School, Queensland University of Technology, Australia) […]

Funded PhD Studentship

Bournemouth University invites applications for a fully-funded PhD research studentship in law, with an expected starting date of September 2019. Applicants are invited to submit research proposals on the theme of Intellectual property and information rights in the European Digital Single Market: legal, regulatory and normative issues. The research will be conducted at the Centre […]

Short-term residential fellowships 2019

CIPPM / Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for European Intellectual Property and Information Rights invites applications for short-term residential fellowships, to carry out independent research and study at Bournemouth University. Fellowships are open to early-career, mid-career as well as experienced researchers with a specific interest in any of the focus areas of the Centre. The selected applicants will […]

Event report: European Intellectual Property and its Limits

Inaugural Symposium – Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence for European Intellectual Property and Information Rights Wednesday 16 January 2019 >> Programme The symposium celebrated the launch of the Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence, funded for 3 years from the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme. There were numerous insightful and fascinating presentations across the day by academics […]

Marc Mimler’s article cited in the Opinion of Advocate General in Pelham

Advocate General Szpunar has delivered the Opinion in Case C‑476/17 Pelham and others v. Hütter, better known as the “Metall auf Metall” case. The case originates from a referral of the German Federal Court on the permissibility of sampling of music. The AG’s Opinion, which recommends the Court of Justice to rule that unlicensed sampling is copyright […]