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Research handbook on the future of EU copyright.
What is Intellectual Property?
Cheltenham, U. Originality in EU copyright full harmonization through case law. Rosati, Eleonora. Karapapa, Stavroula. Abingdon, Oxon [U. Lai, Jessica C.
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He holds a PhD from Cambridge on the nature of legal reasoning, as well as computer science and law degrees from Monash University and a Master of Laws by research from the University of Melbourne. Professor Hunter regularly publishes on the theory of intellectual property and on the intersection of computers and law. His most recent books have been The Oxford Introductions to U.
His research is focused on cultural histories of intellectual property in the postwar period, including work on LEGO bricks, Barbie dolls, modernist furniture, and the social significance of luxury handbags.