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You can copy and paste this same Subject Heading and use it in WorldCat to see if there are additional books on the History of the Convention that aren't available at Vanderbilt Library. Then either request an interlibrary loan or ask your librarian to purchase the item for the library.
This book is on order and should be available by 3/9/2016. In the meantime, this link goes to the page on 10bis legislative history that appears on Google Books.
When you obtain the book, mine the footnotes for additional references.
A. Common Law (2 sample countries)
The Legislation and How applied in the Courts
The easiest thing to do here would be to look for one U.S. case and then search the foreign law database vLex, as well as the Encyclopedia of Laws and Westlaw/Lexis/HeinOnline and Bloomberg Law (especially their World Intellectual Property Report™) for a legal news article or a scholarly article about a relevant case. It is practical to also check Google Scholar, but Westlaw and Lexis & Bloomberg Law will allow you to do the most precise searches. eg. "Paris Convention" /5 10bis.
Start with the foreign law database vLex, as well as the Encyclopedia of Laws if these yield nothing useful then try the other options listed above, but for Civil Law foreign materials, these are your best bet.
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