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The Interplay Between Competition Law and Intellectual Property provides for a comparative perspective – on an international basis – on the approaches of different systems between competition law and Intellectual Property (IP). Although competition law and IP are often interwoven, until this book there has been little guidance on how they work together in practice. As the intersection between the two fields continues to grow worldwide, both in case law and in regulation, the book’s market-based approach, focusing on sectors such as pharmaceuticals, IT, telecoms, energy and agriculture in eleven of the world’s most active jurisdictions, provides a much-needed in-depth understanding of how this interplay reveals itself among the different legal systems.
What’s in this book:
With thirty-two contributions written by a wide range of authors, including European and worldwide experts, judges, regulators, academics, economists and practitioners in the field of IP and competition law, this book provides an international comparative perspective as well as a detailed analysis of specific cases, policies and proposals for change. Among the issues and topics covered are the following:
How this will help you:
A matchless remedy for the lack of uniformity of approach heretofore, the book’s investigation of the nexus between competition law and IP in different sectors and in various countries takes a giant step towards a more-balanced approach and more-levelled regulation and practices. Providing information about recent law and case law dealing with the intersection between IP and Competition in various systems, this book will be warmly appreciated by practitioners, regulators, policymakers and academics in both competition law and IP.