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IP Licence as an Investment: Insights from Bridgestone v. Panama

Abstract

The relationship between intellectual property (IP) and investment is old, but the debates are new. Recent high profile cases in which intellectual property rights (IPRs) are being sought to be protected by means of international investment law and treaties have generated visible debate and discussion. In the light of the recent decision on expedited objections in Bridgestone Licensing v. Republic of Panama, this article will explore arguments put forwarded by both parties regarding the interaction between IP Licence Agreements and the definition of investment, as well as the Tribunal's finding on the question whether an IP Licence with a revenue sharing model qualifies as an investment.

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hal-04080775 , version 1 (25-04-2023)

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Pratyush Nath Upreti. IP Licence as an Investment: Insights from Bridgestone v. Panama. Stockholm Intellectual Property Law Review , 2018, 1 (1), pp.16. ⟨hal-04080775⟩
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