Jan Gunnar Rosén
* Media Law (medierätt, 15 credit points)
* European Intellectual Property Law (EIPL, 15 credit points)
* Intellectual property
* Media law
* Market and marketing law
Jan Rosén's major fields for research within the frames of intellectual Property are Copyright and Trademark Law and, in the wider scope of Media law, closely related to IP Law, issues concerning control of media content, freedom of information and expression, protection of personal integrity and norms on the flow of information. Connected is a focus on informational technology and various modern market phenomena, such as those concerning networks and digitization and the law of obligations and licensing of property rights. Contemporary law on broadcasting, webcasting and simulcasting, as well as regulations of concession to media enterprises form other natural fields of interest.
Chairman of the Swedish Copyright Society;
Vice President of Association Littéraire et Artistique Internationale (ALAI);
President of The International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP);
Member of the Swedish Government’s IT Commission;
The Governments special investigator to revise the Swedish Copyright Act.
Chairman of the board of The Institute for Intellectual Property Law and Market Law, IFIM
Member of the Board of Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law, SCCL