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Parallel Importation Under European Union Law 2nd ed

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Edited by: Christian Liedtke

ISBN13: 9781847032874
Previous Edition ISBN: 0421863005
To be Published: October 2019
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £195.00



The second edition of this groundbreaking work explains all aspects of the law relating to parallel imports, with particular emphasis on intellectual property.

Providing a detailed understanding of how legislation, case law and regulations apply in practice, it shows how the law can be used to both repel parallel imports and to facilitate them, enabling practitioners to advise on any matter relating to parallel importation.

  • Offers detailed strategies on how best to resolve conflicts in this area
  • Gives guidance on using competition law as a shield against infringement actions
  • Explains free movement and market integration in the EU, so the trade conditions that give rise to parallel importation are clear
  • Shows how to challenge anti-competitive agreements
  • Explains how parallel importation relates to royalty collecting societies and trade associations, automobile and film distribution
  • Discusses consent and the burden of proof after Davidoff, enabling readers to apply this landmark decision
  • Includes coverage of E-commerce in relation to collecting societies and the trading of digital works
  • Considers case law from the US, Australia and Japan to show how EU law relates to the laws of other jurisdictions

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Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law
Contents:
Introduction.
Free Movement and Market Integration.
Trade mark Harmonisation and the Exhaustion of Rights.
Consent and the Burden of Proof.
Pharmaceuticals, Relabelling, Repackaging, and Rebranding.
Copyrights, Designs, Patents, Seeds and Semiconductors.
Royalty Collecting Societies and Trade Associations, Automobile and Film Distributions.
Anticompetitive Agreements.
Abuses of Dominant Positions.
Notes on Customs Practice.
Conclusion.
Appendices.