Patent law and biological inventions /
editor Matthew Rimmer.
Annandale, NSW : Federation Press, 2006.
163 p. ; 25 cm.
1862876371, 9781862876378
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Annandale, NSW : Federation Press, 2006.
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After the gold rush : patent law and biological inventions / Matthew Rimmer -- European bio-protection laws : rebels with a cause / Margaret Llewelyn -- Essential derivation, law and the limits of science / Jay Sanderson -- Rules v standards for patent law in the plant sciences / Mark D Janis -- Wind of change: in re Fisher and the evolution of the American biotechnology patent law / Yann Joly -- Cooperative strategies for facilitating use of patented inventions in biotechnology / Dianne Nicol and Janet Hope -- Something is rotten in the state of Iceland : deCODE Genetics, population research and informed consent / Jennifer French -- Regulating access to biological resources : the market failure for biodiversity conservation / Charles Lawson.
general note
"Special edition of Law in Context Volume 24(1) 2006."--T.p. verso.
catalogue key
Includes bibliographical references.
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Table of Contents
After the Gold Rush: Patent Law and Biological Inventionsp. 1
European Bio-Protection Laws: Rebels with a Causep. 11
Essential Derivation, Law and the Limits of Sciencep. 34
Rules v Standards for Patent Law in the Plant Sciencesp. 54
Wind of change: In re Fisher and the Evolution of the American Biotechnology Patent Lawp. 67
Cooperative Strategies for Facilitating Use of Patented Inventions in Biotechnologyp. 85
Something is Rotten in the State of Iceland: deCODE Genetics, Population Research and Informed Consentp. 113
Regulating Access to Biological Resources: The Market Failure for Biodiversity Conservationp. 137
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