Submission in Response to the Australian Productivity Commission's Inquiry into IP Arrangements Draft Report

Publisher:
University of New South Wales Law Research Series
Publication Type:
Journal Article
Citation:
UNSW Law Research Paper, 2016, (2016-51), pp. 1 - 39
Issue Date:
2016-06-03
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This Submission by nine intellectual property academics responds to the Draft Report in the Inquiry into IP Arrangements published by the Australian Productivity Commission on 29 April 2016 ('Draft Report'). In broad terms, the submission supports many of the goals of, and recommendations of, the Productivity Commission expressed in the Draft Report, but expresses concerns that some recommendations may not achieve the overall goals of the Commission, or reflect misunderstandings of the statutory framework. The submission addresses many of the Commission's draft recommendations concerning copyright, patents, trade marks and geographical indicators, IP and public institutions, and IP's institutional and governance arrangements.
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