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Union, C-364/3, Journal of the European Union, 18.12.2000. • Consolidated version of the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, Official Journal of the European Union, 2012/C 326/01. • Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, 20 March 1883. • TRIPS Agreement, Annex 1C of the Marrakesh Agreement Establishing the WTO, Morocco 15 April 1994. • European Patent Convention, signed 5 October 1973. • Patent Cooperation Treaty, signed 19 June 1970. • Strasbourg Agreement Concerning the International Patent

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those authorities of destined country according to Article 69 of the TRIPS Agreement.20 20 Article 69 of the TRIPS Agreement reads as follows: „Members agree to cooperate with ICLR, 2014, Vol. 14, No. 2. © Palacký University Olomouc, Czech Republic, 2014. ISSN 1213-8770 (print), ISSN: 2464-6601 (online). 99 Subsequently, the CJ dealt with the issue of substantive decision following the temporary detention of goods placed under a  suspensive customs proce- dure (Philips case). Th e CJ held that unlike the decision on temporary detention according to Article 6

a European Legal Methodology, New York: Oxford University Press. Peatman, S. (2014), ‘Moving toward uniform international trademark protection: how amending the TRIPS Agreement will make parallel importing of gray goods less gray,’ Southwestern Journal of International Law, vol. 20, pp. 445-465. Phytheron International SA v. Jean Bourdon SA [1997], CJEU 20.3.1997, Case C-352/95. Prutzman, L. D. & Stenshoel, E. (2013), ‘IP Exhaustion around the World: Differing Approaches and Consequences to the Reach of IP Protection beyond the First Sale - The Exhaustion Doctrine

BIBLIOGRAPHY 1. Adams, Guy. “‘The day I realized my toddler was addicted to the iPad’: Three-year-old William tugged at the duvet and woke his father demanding the tablet… at 4am” (January 2014) // http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2548365/As-revealed-one-three-children-use-tablet-talk-fathers-alarming-story-The-day-I-realised-toddler-addicted-iPad.html . 2. Beas Rodrigues, Edson. The General Exception Clauses of the TRIPS Agreement: Promoting Sustainable Development. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 3. Birnhack, Michael. “Acknowledging

connecting themes:  Latest Developments in EU law  History of Thought and European Integration  Constitutional Developments in national and supranational contexts. Concerning the first block of contributions, in her article Mari Minn dealt with the issue of supranational competence over patent law, looking at the TRIPS Agreement and at the decision of the CJEU in the Daiichi Sankyo case (CJEU case C-414/11 Daiichi Sankyo v DEMO Anonimos). DOI: 10.1515/pof-2015-0007 VOLUME 7, ISSUE 2, 2015 © 2015

is an example of globalization of parochial Western values at the expense of local and indigenous. Let me explain with the help of an example. One feature of the last decades’ globalization is the global commercialization of all sorts of goods, including medicines, herbs, and seeds. This was manifested by the so-called Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreement in 1994. According to the TRIPS agreement, intellectual property such as medicines and genetic material should be protected globally, and the TRIPS agreement was

contains an inclusive list of such conduct, TPP, supra note 24, art. 9.6.2(a). leaving more scope for other conduct to amount to a breach as well. The narrowing of the expropriation obligation in the TPP is also significant but limited. The issuance of a compulsory license pursuant to the Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS Agreement) and consistent with the intellectual property chapter of the TPP does not constitute expropriation. Id . art. 9.8.5. An action “cannot constitute an expropriation unless it interferes with a

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Agreements Build on U.S. Past Experience The AUSFTA established an agreed floor: the United States and Australia will provide a minimum level of protection and any additional protection or enforcement if not inconsistent with that treaty. Australia and the U.S. have moreover affirmed the importance of existing international frameworks for intellectual property protection. In particular, the AUSFTA will be interpreted in light of the principles and rules established by the Agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS). Agreement on Trade