Choice of law in international intellectual property disputes (1)

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The principle of independent rights provides that intellectual property rights within a country are independent of any such rights existing in other countries. This exercise presents some of the key issues that must be considered when deciding on choice of law in international intellectual property disputes. It trains your reading and vocabulary skills in the area of international law, intellectual law and intellectual property.

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Intellectual Property Law