Jagiellonian University
Journal of IP Law

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“Jagiellonian University Journal of IP Law’’ was entered on the list of periodicals scoring marks from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education with 13 points for each publication.

Full list of “Jagiellonian University Journal of IP Law” is available on the Polish language version of the website (including also a list of all articles and abstracts in English starting from the journal number 101).

The “Jagiellonian University Journal of IP Law” is focused on intellectual property law problems and discussions not only from a regional, but also from international perspective. Coverage includes therefore:

  • a great variety of substantive IP topics;
  • practice-related matters such as litigation and enforcement of intellectual property law;
  • new technologies – its risks and opportunities for intellectual property legal system;
  • relevant aspects of related subjects i.e. competition and consumer law.

 

The "Jagiellonian University Journal of IP Law" is particularly dedicated for IP specialists: both practitioners and academics. It is often a source of reference for academics specialising in IP, members of the judiciary, officials in IP registries (i.e. patent offices) and regulatory bodies of many institutions. Content will thus be chosen for its quality of analysis and currently discussed topics.

Zeszyty naukowe sądownictwa administracyjnego

“Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Prace z Prawa Własności Intelektualnej” (“Jagiellonian University Journal of IP Law”) are issued by the Institute of Intellectual Property Rights (currently the Chair of the Intellectual Property Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University,) in cooperation with the publishing house Wolters Kluwer Poland. It represents a continuation of the series “Prace z Wynalazczości i Ochrony Własności Intelektualnej” featuring since 1973 in the main series of “Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego”.

Editorial Team

Scientific Council

prof. Janusz Barta,
prof. Jan Błeszyński,
prof. Monika Czajkowska-Dąbrowska,
prof. Thomas Dreier,
prof. Bogusław Gawlik,
prof. Reto M. Hilty,
prof. Marian Kępiński,
prof. Wojciech Kowalski,
prof. Ryszard Markiewicz,
prof. Bogdan Michalski,
prof. Aurelia Nowicka,
prof. Ewa Nowińska,
prof. Maksymilian Pazdan,
prof. Maria Poźniak-Niedzielska,
prof. Joanna Sieńczyło-Chlabicz,
prof. Ryszard Skubisz,
prof. Janusz Szwaja,
prof. Elżbieta Traple

Editorial Board

prof. Andrzej Matlak (editor in chief) 
dr. Dariusz Kasprzycki (subject editor)
dr. Justyna Ożegalska-Trybalska (editor)
dr. Tomasz Targosz (subject editor)
dr. hab. Anna Tischner (subject editor) 
dr. Michał Wyrwiński (editor)

Beata Olędzka (editorial coordinator)
Klaudia Szawłowska-Milczarek (director of the Department of Periodicals)

ZNUJ PPWI (Jagiellonian University Journal of IP Law), 3 (137) 2017

ZNUJ PPWI (Jagiellonian University Journal of IP Law), 3 (137) 2017

Ysolde Gendreau, Five Years After Its Modernisation: Canadian Copyright Law Poised for Its Review

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For more information on the journal contact the Editorial Board

For more information on the journal contact the Editorial Board

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Wolters Kluwer Polska SA
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01-208 Warszawa
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Information for Authors

Information for Authors

Integrity in academic work is one of the foundations of scientific quality. Readers should be confident that the authors of a publication have presented the results of their work in a transparent, honest and fair way, regardless of whether they are the direct authors or have used some help of specialist (a private individual or legal professional).
The ethical attitudes of the researcher and the highest of editorial standards should be evident throughout the publication and there should be clear information on individuals that have contributed to the creation of a publication (technical, material and financial input etc.) This is a manifestation not only of good manners, but also of social responsibility.
In contrast, examples of unethical practices are ‘ghostwriting’ and ‘guest authorship.’
‘Ghostwriting’ is defined as when someone has made a substantial contribution to a publication, without revealing his/her participation as an author or without his/her role being mentioned in the acknowledgements section.
‘Guest authorship’ (‘honorary authorship’) on the other hand, is when the author’s input is negligible or in did not actually take place, and yet he is the author / co-author of the publication.
To prevent cases of ‘ghostwriting’ and ‘guest authorship’, authors must notify and disclose to the editorial office the contribution of each respective author to the publication (including information regarding their affiliations and contributions, i.e. who is the author of the concept, assumptions, methods, protocol, etc. that have been used in the preparation of publications). The author who submits the manuscript is a person responsible for maintaining this practice.

 

Authors are obliged to provide the Editorial Board with information regarding the sources of funding of publications and the contribution of scientific research institutions, associations and other entities (‘financial disclosure’).
The Editorial Board hereby notifies that ‘ghostwriting’ and ‘guest authorship’ are considered to be a scientific misconduct. All detected cases will be unmasked, and relevant parties will be notified (institutions employing the authors, scientific societies, associations of scientific editors, etc.).
The Editorial Office documents all cases of scientific misconduct, particularly any infringement of the ethics rules applicable to research/academic work.
(based on the Ministry of Science and Higher Education Communication on the criteria and procedures for the evaluation of research journals and Information for Authors)

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