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Joost Blom, Rochelle C Dreyfuss, Paulius Jurcys, Axel Metzger, Dário Moura Vicente, Sierd J Schaafsma, Benedetta Ubertazzi, International Law Association’s Guidelines on Intellectual Property and Private International Law (“Kyoto Guidelines”): Jurisdiction, 12 (2021) JIPITEC 13 para 1.

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%T International Law Association’s Guidelines on Intellectual Property and Private International Law (“Kyoto Guidelines”): Jurisdiction
%A Blom, Joost
%A Dreyfuss, Rochelle C
%A Jurcys, Paulius
%A Metzger, Axel
%A Vicente, Dário Moura
%A Schaafsma, Sierd J
%A Ubertazzi, Benedetta
%J JIPITEC
%D 2021
%V 12
%N 1
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%F blom2021
%X The chapter “Jurisdiction” of the International Law Association’s Guidelines on Intellectual Property and Private International Law (“Kyoto Guidelines”) provides where international intellectual property claims can be brought to court. It defines the basic forum at the defendants domicile and alternative fora for contractual, infringement and other kinds of claims. It also provides grounds that should be taken as insufficient for the granting of jurisdiction. The chapter states to what extent validity and registration claims should be subject to exclusive jurisdiction. Finally, it comprises Guidelines for the coordination of claims pending before different courts.
%L 340
%U http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0009-29-52546
%P 13-43

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@Article{blom2021,
  author = 	"Blom, Joost
		and Dreyfuss, Rochelle C
		and Jurcys, Paulius
		and Metzger, Axel
		and Vicente, D{\'a}rio Moura
		and Schaafsma, Sierd J
		and Ubertazzi, Benedetta",
  title = 	"International Law Association's Guidelines on Intellectual Property and Private International Law (``Kyoto Guidelines''): Jurisdiction",
  journal = 	"JIPITEC",
  year = 	"2021",
  volume = 	"12",
  number = 	"1",
  pages = 	"13--43",
  abstract = 	"The chapter ``Jurisdiction'' of the International Law Association's Guidelines on Intellectual Property and Private International Law (``Kyoto Guidelines'') provides where international intellectual property claims can be brought to court. It defines the basic forum at the defendants domicile and alternative fora for contractual, infringement and other kinds of claims. It also provides grounds that should be taken as insufficient for the granting of jurisdiction. The chapter states to what extent validity and registration claims should be subject to exclusive jurisdiction. Finally, it comprises Guidelines for the coordination of claims pending before different courts.",
  issn = 	"2190-3387",
  url = 	"http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0009-29-52546"
}

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AU  - Dreyfuss, Rochelle C
AU  - Jurcys, Paulius
AU  - Metzger, Axel
AU  - Vicente, Dário Moura
AU  - Schaafsma, Sierd J
AU  - Ubertazzi, Benedetta
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VL  - 12
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PT Journal
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   Metzger, A
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   Schaafsma, S
   Ubertazzi, B
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