This section of the the chapter "Recognition and Enforcement" of the International Law Association's Guidelines on Intellectual Property and Private International Law ("Kyoto Guidelines") establishes the conditions under which the effects of judgments rendered in a country may be extended to foreign jurisdictions. It seeks to favor international coordination and legal certainty by facilitating the cross-border recognition and enforcement of judgments relating to IP disputes. The Guidelines are based on a broad concept of judgment with restrictions concerning judgments not considered final under the law of the State of origin as well as certain provisional measures. The main provision of this section lays down the list of grounds on which a requested court must refuse to recognize and enforce a foreign judgment.
12 JIPITEC 74 (2021).
Miguel Asensio, Pedro de and Trimble, Marketa, "International Law Association's Guidelines on Intellectual Property and Private International Law ("Kyoto Guidelines"): Recognition and Enforcement" (2021). Scholarly Works. 1343.