The conceptual bases for codifying Estonia׳s IP law and the main legislative changes: From the comparative approach to embedding drafted law into the socio-economic context
Estonia leaps ahead. The article bears examination, and not just because Estonia could be a model (or would that be antimodel? Depends on what’s at stake and relations of ownership, I suppose). Note, I owe Theresa Hackett of EIFL.NET a thanks for alerting me to this article and to the German Model Law on Intellectual Property (and the analyses of it) upon which the new Estonian IP law has been itself modelled.
But do go over the article or at least the abstract. IP law is in shambles around the world and the TPP is hardly helping matters.