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Copyright Litigation
Copyright Litigation
Jurisdictional Comparisons
2nd Edition
Series:  The European Lawyer Ref Series
ISBN:  9780414035249
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  02 Dec 2014
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback
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This publication provides prompt guidance to anyone involved in litigation in a foreign country or, in a multijurisdictional copyright litigation. Laws and procedures are so different worldwide, that endless opportunities of forum shopping exist either to bring a claim against infringement or to counter a third party’s claim.

After the great success of our two previous books on Patent Litigation and Trademark Litigation, we were able to find a record number of top level contributors from all the world’s major jurisdictions.

This publication provides prompt guidance to anyone involved in litigation in a foreign country or, in a multijurisdictional copyright litigation. Laws and procedures are so different worldwide, that endless opportunities of forum shopping exist either to bring a claim against infringement or to counter a third party’s claim.

After the great success of our two previous books on Patent Litigation and Trademark Litigation, we were able to find a record number of top level contributors from all the world’s major jurisdictions.

CONTENTS
1. Sources of Law
2. Court and Administrative System
3. Substantive Law
4. Parties to Litigation
5. Enforcement Options
6. Procedure in Civil Courts
7. Final Remedies
8. Preliminary Relief
9. Appeal Procedure
10.Litigation Costs
11.Forthcoming legislation
12.Useful references
EDITORS & EDITORIAL BOARD

Dr. Thierry Calame
Dr. Thierry Calame is an expert in intellectual property matters, with a particular emphasis in patent law. He has vast experience as counsel in patent, trademark, unfair competition and copyright litigation as well as IP and technology related arbitration, notably under ICC Rules and Swiss Rules. In addition, Thierry Calame advises on licensing, the intellectual property aspects of a wide range of other transactions as well as pharmaceutical law, including regulatory and advertising issues. He holds both a masters degree in chemistry and law. Thierry Calame is permanent lecturer at the University of St. Gallen and has published on a wide range of intellectual property topics. He is the Reporter General of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI).

Massimo Sterpi
Massimo Sterpi is a partner of Jacobacci and manages the Rome office.
He specializes in IP, both for transactional matters and litigation, and has a particular expertise on copyright and art law. He was admitted to the (Turin) Bar in 1996  and to the Supreme Court, Italy, in 2008.

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