Competition and intellectual property in the European Union
This article shows how European courts have managed tensions between antitrust and intellectual protection in three areas: (1) Parallel imports and market segmentation; (2) Refusals to supply essential inputs protected by patents and copyrights; (3) Forms of conduct by copyright collectives.
|Date of creation:||2006|
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|Publication status:||Published, New developments in UK and EU competition policy, Edward Elgar (Ed.), 2006, 202-231|
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