The Intellectual Property Journal is an essential reference enabling intellectual property practitioners to keep-to-date by providing concise information about significant developments in the area of intellectual property law.
Published four times a year (minimum 24-pages), the Journal contains editorial; case notes on recent relevant judgments; summaries of recent patent, trade mark and registered design decisions issued by the Intellectual Property Office; and feature articles on important issues, upcoming legislative changes, and information on other changes affecting intellectual property law and practice.
The Intellectual Property Journal is written by experts in the field with contributions received from experienced academics and practitioners.
Over the years, the Intellectual Property Journal
has become a unique and valuable periodical in regard to developments in New Zealand intellectual property law.
|Editorial Board||John Katz QC, Doug Calhoun, Bram van Melle, Paul Sumpter
|Authors||About the Authors:
• John Katz QC (Barrister and Solicitor, Auckland)
• Doug Calhoun (Registered Patent Attorney and Barrister and Solicitor, Wellington)
• Paul Sumpter (Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland, Consultant with Chapman Tripp Solicitors)
• Bram van Melle (Barrister and Solicitor, McLean Law, Auckland)
• Jason Wach (Senior Associate, James & Wells, Auckland) who summarises the patent and registered design decisions for "Official Action: Decisions form the Intellectual Property Office"
• Sophie Thoreau (Senior Solicitor, Buddle Findlay, Auckland) who summarises the trade mark decisions for "Official Action: Decisions form the Intellectual Property Office"
|Ideal for||Intellectual property practitioners (eg intellectual property lawyers, patent and trade mark attorneys); academics and students with an interest in intellectual property law issues.
|Format||Print (A4), Online
|Servicing||Four times a year
|General Editor Bio||-