Pawan Dutt, lecturer
e-mail: pawan dot dutt at taltech dot ee
tel: +372 620 2423
Pawan Dutt is a lecturer in the Chair of Law and Technology at Tallinn University of Technology. He teaches Intellectual Property Law. His educational background includes Bachelor´s degrees in Chemistry and in Law (both from the University of Mumbai, India) and a Master of Arts in Law from Tallinn University of Technology. He is a doctoral student in Estonian Business School. He is an advocate and solicitor and is a member of various law associations in India. He is registered as a Patent Attorney in the Indian Patent Office. He has practiced law since 1998.
His areas of research are Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law and he has various publications related to these topics. He has been involved in several international projects concerning the study of this field and funded by USAID and the European Union, both within and outside Europe.
Topics of supervision: Intellectual Property Law
Selection of publications:
- Sepp, P; Vedeshin, A; Dutt, P. (2016). Intellectual Property Protection of 3D printing using secured streaming. In: Kerikmäe, T; Rull, A. (Ed.). The Future of Law and eTechnologies (81−109). Springer-Verlag Heidelberg.
- Dutt, P; Kerikmäe, T. (2014). Concepts and Problems Associated with eDemocracy. In: T. Kerikmäe (Ed.). Regulating eTechnologies in the European Union: Normative Realities and Trends (285−323). Springer Verlag.
- Dutt, P; Kerikmäe, T. (2013). Reverse Payment Patent Settlements in the Pharmaceutical Sector and Competition Law – Do Lundbeck and Actavis help to bridge the views across the Atlantic regarding the delayed market entry of cheaper, generic medicines? International and Comparative Law Review, 13 (1), 21−36.