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Intellectual property and competition law : new frontiers
Éditeur Oxford University Press
Année cop. 2011
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Intellectual property and competition law : new frontiers
1 vol. (xl-495 p.) ; 24 cm
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Part I. Themes of overlap: 1. The IP and competition interface: new developments / Steven Anderman ; 2. Competition within intellectual property regimes: the instance of patent rights / Rudolph J. R. Peritz ; 3. Intellectual property rights and competition rules, a complex but indispensable coexistence / Cecilio Madero Villarejo and Thomas Kramler ; 4. The economics of antitrust and intellectual property rights / Mariateresa Maggiolino. Part II. Market power and abuse: 5. Competition law enforcement and refusal to license: the changing boundaries of Article 102 TFEU / Ariel Ezrachi ; 6. Existence, exercise, and exceptional circumstances: the limited scope for a more economic approach to IP issues under Article 102 TFEU / John Kallaugher ; 7. Compulsory licensing in European competition law: the power of the adjective / Ian S Forrester and Katarzyna A Czapracka ; 8. Refusal to grant access to trade secrets as an abuse of market dominance / Josef Drexl ; 9. Competition law and innovation: Technological integration / ; Hedvig K.S. Schmidt ; 10. Margin squeezes in telecommunications markets / Robbie Downing and Alison Jones ; Part III. Pharmaceutical sector: 11. The pharmaceutical sector, intellectual property rights and competition law in Europe / Simon Priddis and Simon Constantine ; 12. Intellectual property rights and out of court settlements / Pat Treacy and Sophie Lawrance ; 13. Intellectual property rights and market integration/ ; Andreas Heinemann ; Part IV. Standard setting and FRAND commitments: 14. Standard setting and hold-ups under Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act / Alden F. Abbott and Nicholas Kim ; 15. Standard setting analysis under U.S. law / Michael A. Carrier ; 16. European competition law, non-practising entities, and FRAND commitments / Philippe Chappatte and Paul Walter ; 17. Taking contracts seriously: the meaning of the voluntary commitment to license essential patents on "fair and reasonable" terms / Roger G. Brooks and Damien Geradin ; Part V. Licensing: 18. Hardcore restrictions in technology transfer agreements under regulation (EC) no 772/2004 / Stefan Enchelmaier ; 19. Canaries in the coal mine: has neo-classical economics lost ground at the intersection of IP licensing and antitrust law in the United States? / Kevin Arquit ; 20. Shifting towards a dynamic efficiency test: evaluating licensing agreements under antitrust law / Vladimir Bastidas Venegas
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