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  • Compulsory licence defence in patent infringement proceedings

    Patent litigation in court has proven complex and often multifaceted especially with regards to cases regarding compulsory litigation defense, in standardization procedures. Example on how courts deal with compulsory license defense. ...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 09 Sep 2009

  • IPR and Business Concentrations in Europe

    The paper focuses on concentration and of how some operations may collide with or be restricted by EU legislation such as the TFEU and the Merger Regulation. Moreover, the author analyses the phenomena of control over technology within Joint Ventures...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

  • IPR Acqusition and Business Concentration

    There are many facets or behaviors concerning the practice of business concentration. Some of these go under well-known terms such as merger of undertakings; others are to be identified in less obviously labeled business operations. Among these, does...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

  • EU Competition Rules dor Technology Transfer Agreements

    After TFEU provisions, when a deemed unfair behavior is put on trial, the defendant must prove beneficial efficiencies of his technology transfer agreements on the public. On the other hand, the authorities must prove that the defendant’s goal is to ...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

  • Legal Framework on China Regulating the Abuse of IP in License

    Relevant PRC articles on IP-abusive practices with special attention to licensing are herein listed and thoroughly analyzed. Moreover, current issues at stake in the application and enforcement are enclosed as well as suggestions to the most complete...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

  • Patent Settlement for Medicines - Status Under EU and US Antitrust Law

    Patent litigation enters a sophisticated area when dealing with pharmaceuticals and especially with regards to patent licensing of such products. In this document you may find assessments on both current EU and US case law with specific focus on how ...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

  • Identification of Monopoly Agreementes Involving Intellectual Property Rights

    While IPR agreements between players of the same industry are likely to carry most IPR-abusive features, the IPR agreements between players of different segments of industry (vertical agreements) may not be as harmful to IP rights or to the market. T...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

  • Compulsory Patent Licence in German Law with Focus on the Antitrust compulsory License Defense

    Taking relevant case law into analysis, the author focuses on a few crucial decisions in patent licensing under German law. Major concerns are surveyed concerning the determination of what royalty is the most reasonable; what a licensee-to-be is enti...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

  • EU Competition Policy Framework for Abuse of Dominant Position

    This paper specifies the scope and reach of article 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU, where dominant positions may endanger other rights. It therefore delivers a close analysis of definitions and of potentially anti-competitive behavior...

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    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

  • Definition of the Relevant Market

    In the process of assessing whether an undertaking is violating the market’s stability or fairness of competition, definitions regarding the market become crucial both for the undertakings and the supervising agencies. This is why most legal systems ...

    IP Document

    IP & competition law/policy,Civil law/procedures

    Activity Date: 10 Jun 2010

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