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The Resource Legal innovations in Asia : judicial lawmaking and the influence of comparative law, edited by John O. Haley, Affiliate Professor of Law, University of Washington, Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University and William R. Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus, Washington University in St. Louis, USA; Toshiko Takenaka, Washington Research Foundation/W. Hunter Simpson Professor of Technology Law, University of Washington School of Law, USA

Legal innovations in Asia : judicial lawmaking and the influence of comparative law, edited by John O. Haley, Affiliate Professor of Law, University of Washington, Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University and William R. Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus, Washington University in St. Louis, USA; Toshiko Takenaka, Washington Research Foundation/W. Hunter Simpson Professor of Technology Law, University of Washington School of Law, USA

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Legal innovations in Asia : judicial lawmaking and the influence of comparative law
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Legal innovations in Asia
Title remainder
judicial lawmaking and the influence of comparative law
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edited by John O. Haley, Affiliate Professor of Law, University of Washington, Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University and William R. Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus, Washington University in St. Louis, USA; Toshiko Takenaka, Washington Research Foundation/W. Hunter Simpson Professor of Technology Law, University of Washington School of Law, USA
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eng
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index present
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non fiction
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  • Haley, John Owen
  • Takenaka, Toshiko
  • University of Washington
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Studies in comparative law and legal culture
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  • University of Washington
  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Law
  • Judge-made law
  • Judge-made law
  • Comparative law
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Legal innovations in Asia : judicial lawmaking and the influence of comparative law, edited by John O. Haley, Affiliate Professor of Law, University of Washington, Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University and William R. Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus, Washington University in St. Louis, USA; Toshiko Takenaka, Washington Research Foundation/W. Hunter Simpson Professor of Technology Law, University of Washington School of Law, USA
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
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text
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  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Comparison of law, transfer of legal concepts, and creation of a legal design: The case of Japan
  • Harald Baum
  • Part III: Role of courts in Japan and legal innovations: Japan, China, and Islamic Asia
  • Judicial lawmaking and the creation of legal norms in Japan: A dialogue
  • John O. Haley and Daniel H. Foote
  • The Supreme Court of Japan and online pharmacies
  • Shigenori Matsui
  • Civil procedure and anti-modern myths in the "Harmonious Society" : China and pre-war Japan compared
  • Dongsheng Zang
  • Judicial activism in China
  • Part I: Asian Law Center: The first half century
  • Vai Io Lo
  • The first decades, 1961-2000
  • John O. Haley
  • Navigating law's "Asian Century"
  • Veronica L. Taylor
  • The Asian Law Center: An evolution
  • Jon Eddy
  • Part II: The role of comparative law in legal innovations
  • Tay-sheng Wang
  • Corporate law and corporate law scholarship in Korea: A comparative essay
  • Kon Sik Kim
  • Judicial innovation in Chinese corporate law
  • Donald Clarke
  • The influence of US and Japanese laws upon Indonesian law
  • Kurnia Toha
  • Part V: Legal innovations in intellectual property
  • A change of leadership in patent policy and law development? The active role played by Japanese courts in Japan's patent term extension reform
  • Toshiko Takenaka
  • The role of courts in "making" Islamic law : South and Southeast Asia
  • Ethics rather than rights: Reconsidering "transmit rather than create" : Toward a new understanding of Korea's intellectual property rights tradition
  • Hyung Doo Nam
  • What are the challenges awaiting the Thai government if the Bayh-Dole Act is adopted in Thailand?
  • Orakanoke Phanraksa
  • Public health and pharmaceutical patent protection in Indonesia: The implementation of the TRIPS safeguards and other strategies to increase access to essential medicines
  • Tomi Suryo Utomo
  • Clark B. Lombardi
  • Limitations on the termination of fixed-term employment contracts: Judicially created rules and their codification in Japanese law
  • Ryuichi Yamakawa
  • Goddess of justice without a blindfold : How do Japanese judges treat pro se litigants?
  • Kyoko Ishida
  • Part IV: Legal transplants and the influence of Japanese law in Asia
  • The influence of Japanese law on Taiwan law
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 378 pages
Isbn
9781783472789
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
2014938803
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)893708184
Label
Legal innovations in Asia : judicial lawmaking and the influence of comparative law, edited by John O. Haley, Affiliate Professor of Law, University of Washington, Professor of Law, Vanderbilt University and William R. Orthwein Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus, Washington University in St. Louis, USA; Toshiko Takenaka, Washington Research Foundation/W. Hunter Simpson Professor of Technology Law, University of Washington School of Law, USA
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Comparison of law, transfer of legal concepts, and creation of a legal design: The case of Japan
  • Harald Baum
  • Part III: Role of courts in Japan and legal innovations: Japan, China, and Islamic Asia
  • Judicial lawmaking and the creation of legal norms in Japan: A dialogue
  • John O. Haley and Daniel H. Foote
  • The Supreme Court of Japan and online pharmacies
  • Shigenori Matsui
  • Civil procedure and anti-modern myths in the "Harmonious Society" : China and pre-war Japan compared
  • Dongsheng Zang
  • Judicial activism in China
  • Part I: Asian Law Center: The first half century
  • Vai Io Lo
  • The first decades, 1961-2000
  • John O. Haley
  • Navigating law's "Asian Century"
  • Veronica L. Taylor
  • The Asian Law Center: An evolution
  • Jon Eddy
  • Part II: The role of comparative law in legal innovations
  • Tay-sheng Wang
  • Corporate law and corporate law scholarship in Korea: A comparative essay
  • Kon Sik Kim
  • Judicial innovation in Chinese corporate law
  • Donald Clarke
  • The influence of US and Japanese laws upon Indonesian law
  • Kurnia Toha
  • Part V: Legal innovations in intellectual property
  • A change of leadership in patent policy and law development? The active role played by Japanese courts in Japan's patent term extension reform
  • Toshiko Takenaka
  • The role of courts in "making" Islamic law : South and Southeast Asia
  • Ethics rather than rights: Reconsidering "transmit rather than create" : Toward a new understanding of Korea's intellectual property rights tradition
  • Hyung Doo Nam
  • What are the challenges awaiting the Thai government if the Bayh-Dole Act is adopted in Thailand?
  • Orakanoke Phanraksa
  • Public health and pharmaceutical patent protection in Indonesia: The implementation of the TRIPS safeguards and other strategies to increase access to essential medicines
  • Tomi Suryo Utomo
  • Clark B. Lombardi
  • Limitations on the termination of fixed-term employment contracts: Judicially created rules and their codification in Japanese law
  • Ryuichi Yamakawa
  • Goddess of justice without a blindfold : How do Japanese judges treat pro se litigants?
  • Kyoko Ishida
  • Part IV: Legal transplants and the influence of Japanese law in Asia
  • The influence of Japanese law on Taiwan law
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 378 pages
Isbn
9781783472789
Isbn Type
(hbk.)
Lccn
2014938803
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)893708184

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