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Are Article 82 EC and Intellectual Property Interoperable? The State of the Law Pending the Judgment in Microsoft v. Commission

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  • Maurits Dolmans
  • Robert O'Donoghue
  • Paul-John Loewenthal

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The objectives of intellectual property rights (IPR) and competition law are essentially the same: both promote innovation to the benefit of consumers.

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  • Maurits Dolmans & Robert O'Donoghue & Paul-John Loewenthal, 2007. "Are Article 82 EC and Intellectual Property Interoperable? The State of the Law Pending the Judgment in Microsoft v. Commission," CPI Journal, Competition Policy International, vol. 3.
  • Handle: RePEc:cpi:cpijrn:3.1.2007:i=4903
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