Innovation and Technology Law: An Industry GuideDe (autor) Aliah Chowdhury
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 08 Apr 2021
A reference book that compiles summaries of relevant law and regulatory frameworks in industrial context and terms, compartmentalised by technology field or application and technical subject matter.
Aliah Chowdhury has accumulated considerable contact with technology research and development across many industries, as her current career phase in innovation management follows fifteen years of higher education and industry experience across a broad spectrum of science and technology sectors, primarily in roles of technical communication and analysis. With a BEng (Hons) in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from the University of Glasgow, followed by an MSc in Remote Sensing and Image Processing from the University of Edinburgh; Aliah completed an LLM in Innovation, Technology and the Law from the Edinburgh University Law School after a decade in industry, motivated by a keen interest in the intersection between technology and the law, from intellectual property to technology regulation.After a spell as an in-house Innovation and Intellectual Property Advisor, Aliah is now at the heart of a leading university's multidisciplinary technology transfer and innovation management service, giving her frontline interaction with cutting-edge innovation in both academia and industry across diverse technical fields.
- Preface- Part I - Technology Innovation & Standards1. Part I Introduction2. Design & Development§ Product Design (Designs/Marks)§ Industrial Design (Designs/Patents)§ Technical Processes (Methods/Manufacturing)3. Proprietary Technical Information § Trade Secrets§ Collaboration§ Supply Chain4. Ownership & Transfer of Rights§ Ownership§ Licensing & Distribution§ Open Innovation5. Freedom to Operate6. Patents and Standardisation7. Regulation vs Standards8. Open Standards, Law & Policy9. Compliance by Design- Part II - Regulation by Technology & Application Field1. Part II Introduction2. Manufacturing & Engineering Essentials§ Electronics, Electrical, Pressure & Gas§ Manufacturing, 3D printing & automation3. Materials & Chemicals§ Materials§ Chemicals§ Cosmetics4. Healthcare Technologies§ Biotech§ Medical devices§ assistive5. Environmental Technologies§ TBC6. Built Environment & Transport§ TBC7. Computing & Communications§ Computer programs§ Data§ Networking§ Security§ Telecoms§ Broadcasting8. E-Commerce§ E-contracts§ Currency & Transactions§ Gambling§ Gaming§ Digital Media§ Social Media9. Consumer Technologies§ Consumer Appliances§ AV Technologies§ Toys - Part III - Emerging Domains1. Part IV Introduction2. Unregulated Technology Under Review3. Regulation Under Development4. Interdisciplinary Considerations- Sources of Law and Policy- Index