The Protection of Intellectual Property in International Law
Henning Grosse Ruse-Khan
Reviews and Awards
"This is a very welcome publication that provides a refreshing approach on how to look on international intellectual property law. It bundles many threads of contemporary research in this great and authoritative tome. The structure and content of this book will provide an important addition to the state of the art on the international dimension of intellectual property law and may serve as a blueprint for further, exciting research within the field." - Marc D. Mimler, Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property.
"A rational approach by which stakeholders, interpreters, and arbiters may manage - with cohesion and legitimacy - the increasing number and severity of international disputes over intellectual property. As those disputes continue to invite application of rule-systems not contemplated by their conscientious designers nor their passive interpreters, Ruse-Khans analysis will provide a premier and precise tool." - Sam F. Halabi, International & Comparative Law, JOTWELL.
"Dr. Grosse Ruse-Khan provides a fascinating insight and overview of the many facets of IP protection at the international level that are of direct academic interest to students and teachers, but also are of practical interest and utility for practitioners in the realms of international protection of intellectual property rights." - Claus M. Eckhartt, The Trademark Reporter (2017)
"In summary, the book is an insightful analysis of IP law across and within international law ... Throughout, Grosse Ruse-Khan displays deep mastery of the wide range of fields and principles relevant to their intersection ... ... Grosse Ruse-Khan makes a significant contribution to scholarship, professional legal practice and international policy making in the fields explored. He also provides valuable insights for those working in other fields - such as intangible culture heritage, competition law and race and gender alongside which IP sits or may come to sit in international law." - Abbe Brown, Intellectual Property Quarterly (April 2017)