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Intellectual Property and Competition Law is the first publication to focus in depth on the intersection of intellectual property (IP) law and competition law in a European context.
Inevitably, every marketed product or service can always be located at the intersection of IP law and competition law – a nexus rife with potential problems throughout the ‘life’ of IP rights. This important book, masterfully elucidates the effects of the provisions of European competition law on IP rights, and the consequences for IP rights owners from the rights’ inception to its transfer, sale, or demise.
What’s in this book: The author describes and analyses the following topics, and more, in detail:-
How this will help you:
As a ‘biography’ of IP rights focusing on areas of entanglement with European competition law, this book is without peer. The book’s clear-sighted view of the status quo and emerging trends in the two fields of IP rights and European competition law provides valuable insights to practitioners, policymakers, and academics dealing with issues at the intersection of intellectual property law and competition law in Europe, and elsewhere.