International Intellectual Property Law, Part 1

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This is part 1 of a presentation I gave to the American University Washington Semester Program on International Law and Organizations in February, 2012.

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  • Rychard Lante was sente to warde for the \npryntynge of an Epithaphi of queen Mary \nwith out lycense\n\nJohn harryson for pryntynge of a ballet \nwith out lycense beholde the glasse of younge \nservynge men was fyned 4d\n\nowyn Rogers for pryntinge the Epistelles \nand gospilles without lycense and for kepynge \nof a forren[er] with out lycense ys fyned 3s 4d\n\nOwen Rogers for pryntinge of halfe a \nReame of ballettes of a nother mans \nCopye by waye of Desceate ys fyned at 20d\n\nJohn Daye for pryntinge of a boke without \nlycense Called an Excelent treates made \nby Nosterdamus ys fyned at 5s\n\nWilliam Copland for pryntinge of a prognostication \nof Nosterdamus without lycense and for mysbehavynge \nhym selfe before the master and Wardyns was fyned at 3s 4d\n\nRychard Adams for pryntinge the Regester of \nall them that were burned without lycense \nwas fyned at 5s\n\nowyn Rogers for pryntinge withoute lycense \nThe Regester of all them that were burned was fyned at 20d\n\nhenry Sutton for pryntinge the Examination \nof John Philpott with out lycense and his fyned \nat 5s\n\nowyn Rogers ys fyned for that he prynted \na ballet of the Lorde Wenfurthe [Wentworth] with out \nlycense 2s\n\nJohn Audeley for pryntinge of ii[2] ballettes with out \nlycense was fyned at 2s\n
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  • Recevyd of John daye for his lycense for \npryntinge of of a boke called Cosmographi \nthe vi [6] of novembre 20d\n\n\nRecevyd of John Sampson for his \nlycense for pryntinge these ii [2] ballettes \nthe one Called sende me your sonne go \nyour waye and the other Wemen best \nwhan they be at Rest iiii [4] of decembre 8d\n\nshrink from 135 px height to 30 px height\n
  • Recevyd of John daye for his lycense for \npryntinge of of a boke called Cosmographi \nthe vi [6] of novembre 20d\n\n\nRecevyd of John Sampson for his \nlycense for pryntinge these ii [2] ballettes \nthe one Called sende me your sonne go \nyour waye and the other Wemen best \nwhan they be at Rest iiii [4] of decembre 8d\n\nshrink from 135 px height to 30 px height\n
  • Recevyd of John daye for his lycense for \npryntinge of of a boke called Cosmographi \nthe vi [6] of novembre 20d\n\n\nRecevyd of John Sampson for his \nlycense for pryntinge these ii [2] ballettes \nthe one Called sende me your sonne go \nyour waye and the other Wemen best \nwhan they be at Rest iiii [4] of decembre 8d\n\nshrink from 135 px height to 30 px height\n
  • Recevyd of John daye for his lycense for \npryntinge of of a boke called Cosmographi \nthe vi [6] of novembre 20d\n\n\nRecevyd of John Sampson for his \nlycense for pryntinge these ii [2] ballettes \nthe one Called sende me your sonne go \nyour waye and the other Wemen best \nwhan they be at Rest iiii [4] of decembre 8d\n\nshrink from 135 px height to 30 px height\n
  • Recevyd of John daye for his lycense for \npryntinge of of a boke called Cosmographi \nthe vi [6] of novembre 20d\n\n\nRecevyd of John Sampson for his \nlycense for pryntinge these ii [2] ballettes \nthe one Called sende me your sonne go \nyour waye and the other Wemen best \nwhan they be at Rest iiii [4] of decembre 8d\n\nshrink from 135 px height to 30 px height\n
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  • U.S. and U.K. - no treaties\n
  • U.S. and U.K. - no treaties\n
  • U.S. and U.K. - no treaties\n
  • U.S. and U.K. - no treaties\n
  • U.S. and U.K. - no treaties\n
  • U.S. and U.K. - no treaties\n
  • U.S. and U.K. - no treaties\n
  • U.S. and U.K. - no treaties\n
  • National treatment treaty (U.S. and France)\n
  • National treatment treaty (U.S. and France)\n
  • National treatment treaty (U.S. and France)\n
  • National treatment treaty (U.S. and France)\n
  • National treatment treaty (U.S. and France)\n
  • National treatment treaty (U.S. and France)\n
  • National treatment treaty (U.S. and France)\n
  • Post-1908 Berne (France and U.K.)\n
  • Post-1908 Berne (France and U.K.)\n
  • Post-1908 Berne (France and U.K.)\n
  • Post-1908 Berne (France and U.K.)\n
  • Post-1908 Berne (France and U.K.)\n
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  • International Intellectual Property Law, Part 1

    1. 1. InternationalIntellectual Property Law Matthew Levy
    2. 2. Types of IP
    3. 3. Silverado, © 1985 Columbia Pictures Industries, Inc.Copyright
    4. 4. Patents
    5. 5. Trademarks
    6. 6. Trademarks
    7. 7. Domain Names
    8. 8. www.google.comwww.amazon.com www.cloudigylaw.com Domain Names
    9. 9. We’ll focus on one
    10. 10. Copyright
    11. 11. CopyrightWhat’s the #1 issue in international copyright?
    12. 12. Copyright© 2006 Junichi Ishito Piracy!
    13. 13. Maybe more like this:
    14. 14. Piracy is an old story
    15. 15. Copyright is 300 years old
    16. 16. Printing with movable type is almost 600 years old
    17. 17. How did printers stop piracy before ©?
    18. 18. The Stationers Company
    19. 19. The Stationers Company Founded in 1403
    20. 20. The Stationers Company Received royal charter in 1557
    21. 21. The Stationers Company Printers registered a work to get exclusive right to print it
    22. 22. An example from 1554
    23. 23. Recevyd of John daye for his lycense forpryntinge of of a boke called Cosmographi the vi [6] of novembre 20d
    24. 24. Received from John Daye for his license for printing of a book called Cosmography November 6, 20 pence
    25. 25. The Stationers Company had legal right to enforce register
    26. 26. The Stationers Company could send wardens tosearch bookshops and printing houses and confiscate reprints
    27. 27. The Stationers Company but only in England
    28. 28. Early piracy
    29. 29. The Stationers Company lost its power in 1695
    30. 30. Golden Age of Piracy
    31. 31. Golden Age of Piracy
    32. 32. Golden Age of Piracy
    33. 33. Golden Age of PiracyCopyright Act of 1790 excluded foreign authors
    34. 34. Golden Age of Piracyso it was cheaper to reprint foreign works
    35. 35. Golden Age of Piracy War of 1812
    36. 36. How copyright treaties work
    37. 37. With No Treaty
    38. 38. With No Treaty
    39. 39. With No TreatyWork created here
    40. 40. With No TreatyWork created No rights here here
    41. 41. With No Treaty Publish both places simultaneously to get copyright
    42. 42. With No TreatyNot so easy in early 19th Century
    43. 43. With No Treaty
    44. 44. National Treatment
    45. 45. National Treatment
    46. 46. National Treatment Work created here
    47. 47. National TreatmentTreated like Work createdcreated here here
    48. 48. National Treatment
    49. 49. National Treatment
    50. 50. Berne post-1908
    51. 51. Berne post-1908
    52. 52. Berne post-1908 Work created here
    53. 53. Berne post-1908Automatic © Work created here here
    54. 54. Berne post-1908
    55. 55. Berne post-1908
    56. 56. Implementing Agreements
    57. 57. Implementing Agreements
    58. 58. Implementing Agreements By executive order
    59. 59. Implementing Agreements By legislation*
    60. 60. Implementing Agreements By legislation**can be very complicated
    61. 61. Implementing Agreements By incorporation*
    62. 62. Implementing Agreements By incorporation**easy to do, but has its problems
    63. 63. End part 1

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