1. Handboek merkenrecht

    Publication date: October 8, 2019

    Dit handboek wil de lezer een volledig begrip bieden van alle bepalingen van het merkenrecht die van kracht zijn in de Benelux en in de Europese Unie. Na een overzicht van het wettelijk kader volgt een grondige bespreking van de rechtsregels over de geldigheidsvereisten voor een merk, de procedures voor het verkrijgen van een merk, de rechten van de merkhouder en de uitzonderingen daarop, de wijzen van beëindiging van een merk en de ...

  2. Rethinking IT and IP Law

    Publication date: October 1, 2019

    This book is a liber amicorum of the Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP). It is published on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Centre for Intellectual Property Rights (CIR) and the Interdisciplinary Centre for Law and ICT (ICRI) to which it is since 2014 the successor. To celebrate this jubilee, it was decided to publish a book containing contributions from former and current researchers of our centre.


  3. Practically every organisation in the world processes personal data. European data protection law imposes a series of requirements designed to protect individuals against the risks that result from the processing of their data. It also distinguishes among different types of actors involved in the processing and sets out different obligations for each type of actor. The most important distinction in this regard is the distinction between “contr...

  4. Building on that large multidisciplinary project, the book assesses the impact of cybercrime on businesses based in Belgium, drawing from a thorough conceptualization of both cybercrime and its impact. Using data collected through two surveys, the authors report that most of the responding businesses are confronted with at least one type of cybercrime every year and some of them suffer serious harm from these incidents. The book calls for t...


  5. European Libraries and the Internet: Copyright and Extended Collective Licences examines libraries’ online use of in-copyright works from their collections and how such use is affected by copyright. In particular, the book examines whether the system of extended collective licences could facilitate online access without territorial limitations to in-copyright works in libraries, within Europe or more specifically within the European Economic A...