Número de ficha: 157358

Da clic en la imagen para visualizar la tabla de contenido Portada
ISBN
978-0-367-33841-1
Clasificación DEWEY
346.240488 ZAP-t
Autor
Zappalaglio, Andrea, 1987- , autor
Título
The transformation of EU geographical indications law : the present, past, and future of the origin link / Andrea Zappalaglio
Título Variante
Transformation of European Union geographical indications law
Lugar de publicación
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2021
Descripción
249 páginas ; 23 cm.
Tipo de medio digital o análogo
sin medio rdamedia
Medio de almacenamiento
volumen rdacarrier
Serie
Routledge Research in Intellectual Property
Bibliografía
Incluye referencias bibliográficas e indice.
Nota de Resumen
"Linking traditional and local products to a specific area is increasingly felt as a necessity in a globalised market and GIs (Geographical Indications) are emerging as a multi-functional tool capable of performing this, and many other, functions. This book analyses the evolving nature of EU sui generis Geographical Indications by focusing on their key element, the origin link, and concludes that the history of the product in the broad sense has become a major factor to prove the link between a good and a specific place. For the first time, this area of Intellectual Property Law is investigated from three different, although interrelated, perspectives: the history and comparative assessment of the systems of protection of Indications of Geographical Origin adopted in the European jurisdictions from the beginning of the 20th century; the empirical analysis of the trends emerging from the practice of EU GIs; the policy debates surrounding them and their importance for the fulfilment of the general goals of the EU Common Agricultural Policy. The result is an innovative and rounded analysis of the very nature of the EU Law of Geographical Indications that, starting from its past, investigates the present and the likely future of this Intellectual Property Right"--
Fuente de adquisición
Gestión Editorial ; compra ; 31-08-2022
Materia
Certificados de Origen -- Leyes y Legislación -- Países de la Unión Europea
Marcas Registradas -- Leyes y Legislación -- Países de la Unión Europea
Propiedad Intelectual -- Países de la Unión Europea
etiq. info
001 21697014
005 20200901150120.0
006 a
008 220901s2021 enk rb 001 0 eng d
020 |a978-0-367-33841-1
040 |aDLC|bspa|erda|cDLC|dCOLMICH
042 |apcc
082 00|a346.240488|2ZAP-t
100 1 |aZappalaglio, Andrea,|d1987-|eautor
245 14|aThe transformation of EU geographical indications law|bthe present, past, and future of the origin link|cAndrea Zappalaglio
246 30|aTransformation of European Union geographical indications law
264 1|aMilton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ;|aNew York, NY :|bRoutledge,|c2021
300 |a249 páginas|c23 cm.
336 |atexto|2rdacontent
337 |asin medio|2rdamedia
338 |avolumen|2rdacarrier
490 0 |aRoutledge Research in Intellectual Property
504 |aIncluye referencias bibliográficas e indice.
520 |a"Linking traditional and local products to a specific area is increasingly felt as a necessity in a globalised market and GIs (Geographical Indications) are emerging as a multi-functional tool capable of performing this, and many other, functions. This book analyses the evolving nature of EU sui generis Geographical Indications by focusing on their key element, the origin link, and concludes that the history of the product in the broad sense has become a major factor to prove the link between a good and a specific place. For the first time, this area of Intellectual Property Law is investigated from three different, although interrelated, perspectives: the history and comparative assessment of the systems of protection of Indications of Geographical Origin adopted in the European jurisdictions from the beginning of the 20th century; the empirical analysis of the trends emerging from the practice of EU GIs; the policy debates surrounding them and their importance for the fulfilment of the general goals of the EU Common Agricultural Policy. The result is an innovative and rounded analysis of the very nature of the EU Law of Geographical Indications that, starting from its past, investigates the present and the likely future of this Intellectual Property Right"--
541 |aGestión Editorial|ccompra|d31-08-2022
598 |aCEGH
598 |aSEPTIEMBRE2022
598 |aEXHIBIDORZAM
650 4|aCertificados de Origen|xLeyes y Legislación|zPaíses de la Unión Europea
650 4|aMarcas Registradas|xLeyes y Legislación|zPaíses de la Unión Europea
650 4|aPropiedad Intelectual|zPaíses de la Unión Europea