2033, Patent rights, Property, Exclusivity and how a Newborn reaching the Age of Maturity will experience the Patent System, if there is still oneLiber Amicorum Prof. Charles Gielen (2015)
AbstractThis article was first published in a "Liber Amicorum" contributed to Charles Gielen at the law firm of Nauta Dutilh upon his departure as Professor of Intellectual Property of the University of Groningen (Netherlands). The essay reflects on how a 2015 newborn will look at intellectual property in 2033 - the year he reaches maturity at his 18th birthday. The book was presented to Charles at a special event at the offices of the law firm Nauta Dutilh on September 30, 2015. The Liber Amicorum under the titel "gIElen, een bekend begrip" is published by Wolters Kluwer.
- Future of patents,
- patent troll,
Publication DateFall October 3, 2015
Citation InformationSeverin de Wit. "2033, Patent rights, Property, Exclusivity and how a Newborn reaching the Age of Maturity will experience the Patent System, if there is still one" Liber Amicorum Prof. Charles Gielen (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/severin_dewit/45/