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CIPPM Research Showcased at the Festival of Learning

On Tuesday 11 June 2013, the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM) showcased its research as part of the Law Department’s Festival of Learning event. The Festival of Learning hosted by Bournemouth University took place between 3 – 14 June 2013. The Law event which included a CIPPM Stall, took place at Kimmeridge House Talbot Campus. The event was […]

Nicola Coppola speaks at EU Commission’s conference in Milan

On Monday 10th June 2013, Nicola Coppola, PGR, P/T Lecturer in EU Law and member of the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management was invited to speak at the European Commission in Milan for his research into the Law of Geographical Indications and protection of local food. The conference on the new Regulation (EU) […]

Dinusha Mendis featured in Geneva, London and Glasgow

Dr. Dinusha Mendis, Senior Lecturer in Law and Co-Director of the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management has featured in recent articles, interviews and guest talks for her research into 3D printing and its implications for Intellectual Property (IP) Laws. Her research in this area led to an interview for the United Nations Agency, World Intellectual Property […]

IPO Commissioned Reports by Erickson, Kretschmer and Mendis on parody and pastiche published

The UK Intellectual Property Office commissioned study on parody and pastiche led to three outputs co-authored by CIPPM Co-Director Dr. Dinusha Mendis, Dr. Kris Erickson (Research Fellow CREATe, University of Glasgow) and Professor Martin Kretschmer (Director CREATe, University of Glasgow).  The Reports evaluate policy options in the implementation of the Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property & Growth (2011). […]

New book by Maurizio Borghi on Copyright and Mass Digitization

CIPPM Director Professor Maurizio Borghi has published Copyright and Mass Digitization (Oxford University Press). The book, co-authored with Dr. Stavroula Karapapa (University of Reading), presents a groundbreaking analysis of how mass-digital projects such as Google Books and Europeana challenge copyright norms. Topical issues such as those of orphan works, the use of digital repositories for […]