Past research(FY2005)

The following is a list of invited researchers, research fellows and dispatched researchers who conducted research in fiscal 2005 commissioned by the Japan Patent Office. In the column "Invited" is a researcher invited from a foreign country, "Overseas" is a researcher dispatched to a foreign research institute, and "Fellow" is a researcher engaged in research at our institute.

Classification Name/Affirication Theme Summary
Cédric Manara
Associate Professor of Law, EDHEC Business School
Mr. Cedric Manara
Internet-Related International Trademark Disputes :The State of Law in Western Countries, and the Case of Japan summary 
Dev Gangjee
Lecturer in Intellectual Property of London School of Economics, Research Associate of Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre
Mr. Dev Gangjee
Protecting Geographical Indications as Collective Trademarks: The Prospects and Pitfalls summary 
Catharina Maracke
Attorney at Law (Sherman & Sterling LLP)
Ms. Catharina Maracke
A Delimitation of Design Protection and Copyright summary 
Invited Zhou Junqiang
Attorney at Law, Associate Professor of School of Law of Anhui Normal University, P.R.C.
A Study of Patentability of Computer Software -Related Inventions - Practice in U.S., Europe and Japan and Outlook for China - summary 
Jeong Jin Keun
Doctor of Law, Professor of Hankyong National University, Researcher of Korean Institute of Technology and the Law (KITAL)
Mr. Jeong Jin Keun
Comparative Study on Legal Protection in the USA, EU, Japan and Korea for Computer Programs -Focus on Program Reverse Engineering- summary 
Overseas Masahiro MotoyamaGeneration and Development of the Structure of Systematic Distinction between Design Law and Copyright Law in Germany summary 
Overseas Toshihiko Asano Trends in the U.S. Pro - Patent Policy in the Pharmaceutical and Biotechnology Fields -Focusing on the Hatch-Waxman Act- summary 
Overseas Taijiro Takase Application of the Doctrines Limiting the Doctrine of Equivalents and Claim Drafting Concerning U.S. Patents -Foreseeability and Importance of Claim Limitations in Limiting the Range of Equivalents- summary 
Fellow Raita Imanishi Civil Liability of Patent Owners for Inoperative Inventions summary 
Fellow Koichiro Onishi Do Compensation Systems for Employee Inventions Increase Incentives for Researchers? -Evidence from Japanese panel data- summary 
Fellow Toshitaka Kudo Criteria for the Recognition of Inventors and the Procedure to Settle Disputes about the Recognition of Inventors summary 
Fellow Yoshikuni Sato Database Protection and Competition Policy Consideration on Protection of Databases without Creativity Requirement: A Competition Policy Perspective summary 

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