Xavier Seuba has published a book that just recently came to my attention, titled The Global Regime for the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights (Cambridge Univ. Press 2017). Here is a link to CUP's webpage, and here is a link to the book's Amazon webpage. Here is the book description:
In The Global Regime for the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights, Xavier Seuba offers a comprehensive description of the international norms and bodies dealing with the enforcement of intellectual property rights. The book analyzes multilateral, plurilateral, and bilateral treaties, and their national implementation, along with civil, border, and criminal enforcement. The book also explores the interface between the enforcement of intellectual property rights and the norms regulating international trade, competition, and human rights, as well as the conceptual and systemic aspects of enforcement, while illustrating the importance of these rights with examples in litigation. The book should be read by anyone interested in how intellectual property rights are being enforced around the world, and how these efforts relate to other legal regimes.
You can access the table of contents on Amazon. There is also a favorable review by Dieter Stauder and Stefan Luginbühl published in 49 IIC 630 (2018).