Name

RADEMACHER, Christoph

Official Title

Associate Professor

Affiliation

(School of Law)

Contact Information

Mail Address

Mail Address
rademacher@waseda.jp

URL

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Researcher Number
30609772

Sub-affiliation

Sub-affiliation

Faculty of Law(Waseda Law School)

Faculty of Law(Graduate School of Law)

Faculty of Science and Engineering(Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering)

Affiliated Institutes

知的財産法制研究所

研究所員 2014-2019

知的財産法制研究所

研究所員 2019-

Educational background・Degree

Degree

Doctorate Thesis

Paper

Injunctive relief in patent cases in the US, Germany and Japan – recent developments and outlook

Christoph Rademacher

Intellectual Property Systems in Common Law and Civil Law Countries 2012-

Patent Enforcement in Japan

Christoph Rademacher

IIP Bulletin 2012/01-

"German Model Law on Intellectual Property"

Christoph Rademacher

Comparative law review 48(2) p.267 - 2762014/12-2014/12

CiNii

Detail

ISSN:04408055

Books And Publication

Die gerichtliche Durchsetzung von Patent- und Markenrechten in Deutschland, Japan und den USA

Christoph Rademacher

Nomos2010/05-

Detali

ISBN:3832953264

Lecture And Oral

Injunctive Relief under US Patent Law

2012/03/05

Detail

Oral presentation(general)

Research Grants & Projects

Grant-in-aids for Scientific Research Adoption Situation

Research Classification:

Promoting Innovation through the Definition of an Appropriate Scope for Patent Protection in Asia

2015/-0-2018/-0

Allocation Class:¥3640000

Research Classification:

Balancing Open-Close Strategy Options to Foster Innovation Policy in Japan: Navigating the Conflict between Patent Disclosure and Corporate Secrecy

2018/-0-2022/-0

Allocation Class:¥4420000

Research Classification:

Towards harmonization of design protection - through the perspective of the harmonization of creative activity and legal protection -.

2014/-0-2017/-0

Allocation Class:¥16120000

On-campus Research System

Special Research Project

Enforcement of Patents in Japan, Germany and the US

2011

Research Results Outline:I received the Grant for Special Projects, and used it for arranging and atI received the Grant for Special Projects, and used it for arranging and attending a meeting with my cooperation partners in...I received the Grant for Special Projects, and used it for arranging and attending a meeting with my cooperation partners in July 2012. The meeting and workshop was held in Seattle, USA. I specifically met with Professor Toshiko Takenaka and Dr. Jan Krauss, who are my co-authors of the treatise "Enforcement of Patents in the US, Germany and Japan", and with whom I intensively discussed recent developments and general differences under US and German patent law, the findings of which we reflected in our treatise preparation. During the same workshop, I also had the chance to meet with Mr. Mike Elmer, a senior attorney with the leading US IP law firm Finnegan, who is acting as a consultant for our treatise project. Mr. Elmer is running a global patent law database, in the course of which he and is collaborators are collecting and analyzing patent infringement litigation data from all major patent law jurisdictions worldwide. As we are planning to include some of Mr. Elmer's data into our treatise to provide the reader with a more complete picture of the statistical merits of patent litigation in each of the three jurisdictions we are examining (US, Germany, Japan), it was very helpful to gain further understanding of his findings and methodology. In addition, I had the chance to meet with our leading US attorneys during the workshop, who confirmed some of my understanding about current trends in US patent litigation, in particular with respect to parallel proceedings at US District Court and at the US International Trade Commission, which were essential for me in preparing a public seminar held in March 2012, and for preparing the respective parts of our treatise.

Lecture Course

Course TitleSchoolYearTerm
Introductory Seminar (Required) 33School of Law2019spring semester
International Business LawSchool of Law2019fall semester
Intellectual Property LawSchool of Law2019spring semester
Comparative Studies of Intellectual Property LawGraduate School of Law2019fall semester
Comparative Intellectual Property Law: LectureGraduate School of Law2019spring semester
Seminar on Thesis MethodologyGraduate School of Law2019
Legal Research and WritingGraduate School of Law2019spring semester
Law and Practice of International Business Transaction in East Asia IGraduate School of Law2019spring semester
Law and Practice of International Business Transaction in East Asia IIGraduate School of Law2019fall semester
Japanese Language (Japanese Legal Terms and Expressions) IGraduate School of Law2019spring semester
Japanese Language (Japanese Legal Terms and Expressions) IIGraduate School of Law2019fall semester
Comparative Study of Intellectual Property LawWaseda Law School2019spring semester
Comparative Studies of Intellectual Property LawWaseda Law School2019fall semester
Social Science for Energy InnovationGraduate School of Fundamental Science and Engineering2019spring semester
Social Science for Energy InnovationGraduate School of Creative Science and Engineering2019spring semester
Social Science for Energy InnovationGraduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering2019spring semester