Public Interest Analysis of the US TPP Proposal for an IP Chapter

 

DRAFT – OPEN FOR COMMENT UNTIL NOVEMBER 29, 2011 (5PM E.S.T.)

Draft Version 1.2
November 16, 2011

Sean Flynn, American University Washington College of Law
Margot Kaminski, Yale Law School
Brook Baker, Northeastern University School of Law
Jimmy Koo, American University Washington College of Law

Please submit comments by November 29 at 5pm EST. A final version of the paper will be prepared for distribution before the next TPP negotiating round in Malaysia beginning December 5.  To add a comment, highlight the text to which it applies, and then a box will appear on the lefthand side for you to enter text.

The working paper is also available in a PDF format for printing.

  3 Responses to “Public Interest Analysis of the US TPP Proposal for an IP Chapter”

  1. […] another copyright bill to undo much of what the government is about to enact with Bill C-11. A recent study on the implications of the copyright provisions point to many concerns […]

  2. […] research chair in Internet and e-commerce law at the University of Ottawa, blogged about a leaked draft of the agreement this month, noting that it “would extend the term of copyright, require even […]

  3. […] at the University of Ottawa, in a blog post Tuesday pointed to leaked, draft proposals of the TPP published last year on the infojustice.org […]

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