Tag Archives: WIPIP: PLENARY SESSION 3 — Why American WIP’ers Should Care About International Law conferences

WIPIP: PLENARY SESSION 3 — Why American WIP’ers Should Care About International Law

Jerome H. Reichman, Duke Law School, Duke University Until 1994, there weren’t many options when a nation didn’t comply with IP treaties: complaints and retaliation against that country’s nationals. Then came TRIPS. Arbitration, including damages, became available; winner can also … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , | Leave a comment