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Opis: The Law and Theory of Trade Secrecy

This timely Handbook marks a major shift in innovation studies, moving the focus of attention from the standard intellectual property regimes of copyright, patent, and trademark, to an exploration of trade secrecy and the laws governing know-how, tacit knowledge, and confidential relationships. The editors introduce the long tradition of trade secrecy protection and its emerging importance as a focus of scholarly inquiry. The book then presents theoretical, doctrinal, and comparative considerations of the foundations of trade secrecy, before moving on to study the impact of trade secrecy regimes on innovation and on other social values. Coverage includes topics such as sharing norms, expressive interests, culture, politics, competition, health, and the environment. This important Handbook offers the first modern exploration of trade secrecy law and will strongly appeal to intellectual property academics, and to students and lawyers practicing in the intellectual property area. Professors in competition law, constitutional law, and environmental law will also find much to interest them in this book, as will innovation theorists. 'Rochelle Dreyfuss and Kathy Strandburg have assembled a star-studded cast of contributors for this new and welcome volume. Good academic works about trade secret law have been about as elusive as trade secrets themselves. This volume offers a wonderful contribution to the literature, and will certainly inspire much-needed further research in the area, both in the U.S. and elsewhere.' - Mark Janis, Indiana University, US 'Trade secret law is often seen as the "Cinderella" of intellectual property law, at least by scholars. But it is hugely important. This volume shows why. Trade secret law provides a window into so many areas of legal thought, and implicates a wide array of public policies. The editors have brought together a diverse set of challenging contributions, which highlight this breadth. Drawing on theory, history, and doctrine, collectively they comprise one of the most wide-ranging and provocative treatments of the field. The volume not only is essential reading for scholars tackling the role of trade secrets in our economy, but also offers important insights for anyone interested in intellectual property law more generally.' - Graeme B. Dinwoodie, University of Oxford, UKContents: Introduction Rochelle C. Dreyfuss and Katherine J. Strandburg PART I: FOUNDATIONS 1. Trade Secrecy in Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory Jeanne C. Fromer 2. The Restatements, the Uniform Act and the Status of American Trade Secret Law Robert Denicola 3. Trade Secrecy, Innovation and the Requirement of Reasonable Secrecy Precautions Robert G. Bone 4. Trade Secrecy and Common Law Confidentiality: The Problem of Multiple Regimes Charles Tait Graves 5. The Surprising Virtues of Treating Trade Secrets as IP Rights Mark A. Lemley 6. Trade Secrets as Intellectual Property Rights: A Disgraceful Upgrading - Notes on an Italian 'Reform' Gustavo Ghidini and Valeria Falce 7. Trade Secret Law and Information Development Incentives Michael Risch PART II: SECRECY AND SHARING 8. How Trade Secrecy Law Generates a Natural Semicommons of Innovative Know-how Jerome H. Reichman 9. Open Innovation and the Private-collective Model for Innovation Incentives Eric von Hippel and Georg von Krogh 10. Open Secrets Michael J. Madison 11. Uncorking Trade Secrets: Sparking the Interaction between Trade Secrecy and Open Biotechnology Geertrui Van Overwalle PART III: IMPACT ON OTHER PUBLIC POLICY ARENAS 12. First Amendment Defenses in Trade Secrecy Cases Pamela Samuelson 13. Trade Secrets and the 'Philosophy' of Copyright: A Case of Culture Crash Diane Leenheer Zimmerman 14. Trade Secrets and Antitrust Law Harry First 15. The Troubling Consequences of Trade Secret Protection of Search Engine Rankings Frank Pasquale 16. The Impact of Trade Secrecy on Public Transparency David S. Levine 17. Trade Secrets and Information Access in Environmental Law Mary L. Lyndon 18. Data Secrecy in the Age of Regulatory Exclusivity Rebecca S. Eisenberg PART IV: INTERNATIONAL ISSUES 19. Trade Secrets and Traditional Knowledge: Strengthening International Protection of Indigenous Innovation Doris Estelle Long 20. The Limits of Trade Secret Law: Article 39 of the TRIPS Agreement and the Uniform Trade Secrets Act on which it is Based Sharon K. Sandeen 21. Test Data Protection: Rights Conferred Under the TRIPS Agreement and Some Effects of TRIPS-plus Standards Carlos M. Correa Index


Szczegóły: The Law and Theory of Trade Secrecy

Tytuł: The Law and Theory of Trade Secrecy
Producent: Edward Elgar
ISBN: 9780857932716
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 640
Oprawa: Miękka


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The Law and Theory of Trade Secrecy

This timely Handbook marks a major shift in innovation studies, moving the focus of attention from the standard intellectual property regimes of copyright, patent, and trademark, to an exploration of trade secrecy and the laws governing know-how, tacit knowledge, and confidential relationships. The editors introduce the long tradition of trade secrecy protection and its emerging importance as a focus of scholarly inquiry. The book then presents theoretical, doctrinal, and comparative considerations of the foundations of trade secrecy, before moving on to study the impact of trade secrecy regimes on innovation and on other social values. Coverage includes topics such as sharing norms, expressive interests, culture, politics, competition, health, and the environment. This important Handbook offers the first modern exploration of trade secrecy law and will strongly appeal to intellectual property academics, and to students and lawyers practicing in the intellectual property area. Professors in competition law, constitutional law, and environmental law will also find much to interest them in this book, as will innovation theorists. 'Rochelle Dreyfuss and Kathy Strandburg have assembled a star-studded cast of contributors for this new and welcome volume. Good academic works about trade secret law have been about as elusive as trade secrets themselves. This volume offers a wonderful contribution to the literature, and will certainly inspire much-needed further research in the area, both in the U.S. and elsewhere.' - Mark Janis, Indiana University, US 'Trade secret law is often seen as the "Cinderella" of intellectual property law, at least by scholars. But it is hugely important. This volume shows why. Trade secret law provides a window into so many areas of legal thought, and implicates a wide array of public policies. The editors have brought together a diverse set of challenging contributions, which highlight this breadth. Drawing on theory, history, and doctrine, collectively they comprise one of the most wide-ranging and provocative treatments of the field. The volume not only is essential reading for scholars tackling the role of trade secrets in our economy, but also offers important insights for anyone interested in intellectual property law more generally.' - Graeme B. Dinwoodie, University of Oxford, UKContents: Introduction Rochelle C. Dreyfuss and Katherine J. Strandburg PART I: FOUNDATIONS 1. Trade Secrecy in Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory Jeanne C. Fromer 2. The Restatements, the Uniform Act and the Status of American Trade Secret Law Robert Denicola 3. Trade Secrecy, Innovation and the Requirement of Reasonable Secrecy Precautions Robert G. Bone 4. Trade Secrecy and Common Law Confidentiality: The Problem of Multiple Regimes Charles Tait Graves 5. The Surprising Virtues of Treating Trade Secrets as IP Rights Mark A. Lemley 6. Trade Secrets as Intellectual Property Rights: A Disgraceful Upgrading - Notes on an Italian 'Reform' Gustavo Ghidini and Valeria Falce 7. Trade Secret Law and Information Development Incentives Michael Risch PART II: SECRECY AND SHARING 8. How Trade Secrecy Law Generates a Natural Semicommons of Innovative Know-how Jerome H. Reichman 9. Open Innovation and the Private-collective Model for Innovation Incentives Eric von Hippel and Georg von Krogh 10. Open Secrets Michael J. Madison 11. Uncorking Trade Secrets: Sparking the Interaction between Trade Secrecy and Open Biotechnology Geertrui Van Overwalle PART III: IMPACT ON OTHER PUBLIC POLICY ARENAS 12. First Amendment Defenses in Trade Secrecy Cases Pamela Samuelson 13. Trade Secrets and the 'Philosophy' of Copyright: A Case of Culture Crash Diane Leenheer Zimmerman 14. Trade Secrets and Antitrust Law Harry First 15. The Troubling Consequences of Trade Secret Protection of Search Engine Rankings Frank Pasquale 16. The Impact of Trade Secrecy on Public Transparency David S. Levine 17. Trade Secrets and Information Access in Environmental Law Mary L. Lyndon 18. Data Secrecy in the Age of Regulatory Exclusivity Rebecca S. Eisenberg PART IV: INTERNATIONAL ISSUES 19. Trade Secrets and Traditional Knowledge: Strengthening International Protection of Indigenous Innovation Doris Estelle Long 20. The Limits of Trade Secret Law: Article 39 of the TRIPS Agreement and the Uniform Trade Secrets Act on which it is Based Sharon K. Sandeen 21. Test Data Protection: Rights Conferred Under the TRIPS Agreement and Some Effects of TRIPS-plus Standards Carlos M. Correa Index

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