Golding Essay Prize 2006
Compulsory Licensing of IP rights: has EC competition law arrived at a clear and rational analysis following the IMS Judgment and the Microsoft Decision?
Daniel Byrne of Hogarth Chambers won the Golding Essay Prize 2006. His essay can be downloaded below and was published in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.
Golding Essay Prize 2008
Do adequate safeguards exist to ensure that IP law, and changes to IP law, preserve and enhance free market competition?
Golding Essay Prize 2007
Should there be a tort of 'unfair competition' in English law?
Tom Alkin of 11 South Square won the Golding Essay Prize 2007. His essay can be downloaded below and was published in the Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.
Golding Essay Prize 2010
Is it an infringement of trade mark law for the operator of an online marketplace (such as eBay) to allow counterfeit goods to be sold? As a matter of policy, should it be?
Anneka Bain, a trainee at Hogan Lovells, won the Golding Essay Prize 2010. Her essay can be downloaded below. An updated version is due to be published in 2011 in Issue 3 of European Intellectual Property Review.
Golding Essay Prize 2015
"Are the new 'fair dealing' provisions an improvement on the previous law, and why"
Sabine Jacques won the Golding Essay Prize 2015
Golding Essay Prize 2009
Copyright has been described as an “insanely inefficient property system”. In the digital age, is abolishing copyright the solution or should we just abolish the insanely inefficient part?
Katherine Lim, an LPC Student at the College of Law, won the Golding Essay Prize 2009. Her essay can be downloaded below.