Professor of Business Law and Intellectual property, University of Genoa (Italy), Department of Law – Via Balbi, 22, 16126 Genoa, Italy, Telephone +39 010 2099889, Fax +39 010 2099890
Andrea Ottolia is Professor of Business Law and Intellectual Property at the University of Genoa.
His academic and professional activity focus on Intellectual property, Big data Law and Artificial Intelligence.
He is president of the AIPPI Commission on Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, member of the Staff of the Turin WIPO LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law, member of the Scientific Committee in Intellectual Property of the PhD in Civil Law, Roman Law and European Legal Culture at the University of Pavia, member of the Scientific Committee of the Master Program “Giurista d’impresa” at the University of Genoa, coordinator of the summer intellectual property course at ISSUGE at the University of Genoa, member of the Editorial Board of Aida (Italian Annuals in Copyright Law) in Milano.
Among his works:
The Public interest and Intellectual Property models, Torino, 2010 (monograph);
(with Guido Ferrarini) Corporate Disclosure as a Transaction Cost: The Case of SMEs, in Eur. Rev. of Contract Law 2013, 363-386
Moral Limits to Biotech Patents in Europe, a Quest for Higher Harmonization, in Biotechnology and Software Patent Law (Ghidini-Arezzo eds.), Edward Elgar, 2011, 309-337
Riflessioni sulla brevettabilità delle sequenze parziali di geni “EST” in Riv. dir. ind. 2005, 457-490
Preserving Users’ Rights in Digital Rights Management Systems: Dealing with “Juridical Particularism” in the Information Society, in 35 IIC 2005, 491-521
Dati genetici (ed alter materie prime) nella innovazione bioinformatica, in Olivieri-Falce-Arezzo (a cura di) Confini e fronti dell’innovazione biotecnologica per la proprietà intellettuale, in Quaderni di Giur. Comm. 2014, 203-224