SemesterSpring Semester, 2020
DepartmentGraduate Institute of Technology, Innovation & Intellectual Property Management, MA Program(IPM), First Year Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation & Intellectual Property Management, MA Program(IPM), Second Year
Course NameSeminar on International Intellectual Property Law (II)
InstructorSHEN CHUNG-LUN
Credit2.0
Course TypeElective
Prerequisite
Course Objective
Course Description
Course Schedule

2/18 Introduction to the Course 



2/25



Introduction to International Intellectual Property Law



Class instructor: Professor Shen



Reading Assignment: Frederick M. Abbott et al., International Intellectual Property in an Integrated World economy, pp1-19



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



3/3



Choice of Forum



Class instructor: Professor Shen



Reading Assignment: Goldstein & Tremble, International Intellectual Property pp. 24-40



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



3/10



Choice of Law



Class instructor: Professor Shen



Reading Assignment: Goldstein & Tremble, International Intellectual Property pp. 51-69



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



3/17



Res Judicata and Collateral Estoppel



Class instructor: Professor Shen



Reading Assignment: Goldstein & Tremble, International Intellectual Property pp. 69-90



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



3/24



Coyright Exhaustion and E-BOOK 



Class instructor: Professor Shen



Reading Assignment: CJEU Case C?263/18, 19 December 2019



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



3/31



The key issues under International Patent Law (1): Patent Damages and Territorilaity



Class instructor: Professor Shen and the teaching assistants on duty



Reading Assignment : SIMO Holdings Inc. v. Hong Kong uCloudlink Network Technology Ltd., No. 18-cv-5427 (JSR) (S.D.N.Y. Aug 30, 2019)



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



4/7



The key issues under International Patent Law (2): Anti-Suit Injunction



Class instructor: Professor Shen and the teaching assistants on duty



Reading Assignment : Continental Automotive Systems, Inc. v. Avanci, LLC (5:19-cv-02520-LHK)( N.D. Cal., July 31, 2019)



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



4/14



The key issues under International Copyright Law(1):



Class instructor: Professor Shen and the teaching assistants on duty



Reading Assignment : Warner Music UK Ltd & Ors v Tunein Inc [2019] EWHC 2923 (Ch) (01 November 2019), pp 27-47



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



4/21



The key issues under International Copyright Law(2):



Reading Assignment : Loren E. Mulraine, A Global Perspective on Digital  Sampling, 52 Akron L. Rev. 697 (2018).



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



4/28



The key issues under International Copyright Law(3):



Class instructor: Professor Shen and the teaching assistants on duty



Reading Assignment :Madeleine de Cock Buning, Autonomous Intelligent Systems as Creative Agents

under the EU Framework for Intellectual Property, 7 Eur. J. Risk Reg. 310 (2016).



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



5/5



The key issues under International Trademark  Law(1):



Class instructor: Professor Shen and the teaching assistants on duty



Reading Assignment : Graeme B. Dinwoodie, Secondary Liability for Online Trademark Infringement: The International Landscape, 37 Colum. J.L. & Arts 463 (2014).



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



5/12



The key issues under International Trademark Law(2):



Class instructor: Professor Shen and the teaching assistants on duty



Reading Assignment :



Irene Calboli, Reviewing the (Shrinking) Principle ofTrademark Exhaustion in the European Union (Ten Years

Later), 16 Marq. Intell. Prop. L. Rev. 257 (2012)



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



5/19



The key issues under International Trademark Law(3):



Class instructor: Professor Shen and the teaching assistants on duty



Reading Assignment : Irene Calboli & Christine Haight Farley, The Trademark Provisions in the TRIPS

Agreement (SSRN)



Hours input for learning on preview and review : 4 hours



5/26 



No class: Preparation day for presentation of the final paper



6/2



Presentation day 1 for three respective groups sharing two-hour class



6/9



Presentation day 2 for three respective groups sharing two-hour class



6/16



Presentation day 3 for two respective groups sharing two-hour class



 


Teaching Methods
Teaching Assistant
Requirement/Grading

Class Participation                                              35%



Presentation of the Assignment                         20%



Comment on Your Colleague's Presentation     10%



Final Paper                                                           35%



It should be noted that the grading is not based on the fluency of English speaking, but rather on the willingness to express your idea in English. Those who don't speak English well can still perform well in this class if they do work hard and are willing to participate.


Textbook & Reference

 



Abbott, Frederick, et al., International Intellectual Property System in an Integrated World Economy (3d. ed. 2015).



Adelman, Martin et al., Global Issues in Intellectual Property Law (2011)



Bagley, Margo A.  et al., International Patent Law and Policy (2013).



Contretras, Jorge L., Technical Standardization Law-Competition, Antitrust, and Patents (2018).



Chow, Daniel C.K. & Lee, Edward, International Intellectual Property: Problems, Cases and Materials (2d. edition 2012) (Chow & Lee, International Intellectual Property).



Correa, Carlos M. & Yusuf, Abdulqawi A, Intellectual Property and International Trade-The TRIPS Agreement (2d. ed., 2008)



Correa, Carlos M., Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property



Rights-A Commentary on the TRIPS Agreement (2007).



Gervais, Daniel J.,   An International Acquis: Integrating Regimes and Restoring Balance, in International Intellectual Property: A Handbook of Contemporary Research (2015).



Goldstein, Paul & Tremble, Marketa, International Intellectual Property: Cases and Materials (4th. edition, 2016)



 Kur, Annette& Martin Senftleben, European Trade Mark Law-A Commentary (2017).



 


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