Competition On The Internet

Author: Gintarė Surblytė
Publisher: Springer
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Rupprecht Podszun The claim that the internet has changed everything is a
commonplace in blogs and presentations. It is definitely untrue, though, for
competition law. If one compares the rules and the application of the rules in
Europe in 2014 and in 1994 it is hard to spot a principal difference that is causally
linked to the rise of the internet—apart from the facts of some cases: nowadays,
mobile phones are more important than landlines, media houses fight for
advertising budget in ...

China And Eu Antitrust Review Of Refusal To License Ipr

Author: Dr. Tiancheng Jiang
Publisher: Maklu
ISBN: 9046607623
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Ibanez-Colomo, P., 'Discriminatory Conduct in the ICT Sector: A Legal
Framework'in Surblyte, G. (ed) Competition on the InternetMPI Studies on
Intellectual Property and Competition Law, vol 23 (Springer 2014) 63 Ibanez-
Colomo, P., 'Three Shifts in EU Competition Policy: Towards Standards,
Decentralization, Settlements' (2013) 20(3) Maastricht Journal of European and
Comparative Law 363 Ibanez-Colomo, P., 'Exclusionary Discrimination under
Article 102 TFEU' (2014) 51(1) ...

Trips Plus 20

Author: Hanns Ullrich
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3662481073
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... law and Internet regulation have begun to take shape. This paper focusses its
attention on the continuing development of one such principle: The premise that
legislatively mandated limitations on internet intermediary liability with regard to
third party acts of copyright infringement (so-called safe harbors) are required to
Seth Ericsson is Research Fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and
Competition. S. Ericsson (*) Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition,

Media Entertainment Law

Author: Ursula Smartt
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317334604
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aReview. of United Kingdom trade mark and design decisions«, International
Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 46(2), 238¥245. Strachan,
J. F., Lord (1959) Civil Jury Trial in Scotland, The Scotland Committee on Civil
Jury Trial. Edinburgh: HMSO. Swami, V., Chamorro-Premuzic, T. and Furnham, A.
(2009) ...

Compulsory Licensing

Author: Reto M Hilty
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3642547044
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419 Abstract Throughout the course of patent law development, compulsory
licence has been one of the most discussed topics around the world. Recently,
Crown use or government use in the Commonwealth countries has drawn much
attention and became an important addition to the discussion. This chapter first
looks into the legislative history and provisions in both the U.K. and the U.S. and
further introduces some landmark case laws in these two countries that shape the
rules ...

Law Against Unfair Competition

Author: Reto M. Hilty
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540718826
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Introduction One of the main characteristics of a market economy is the presence
of competition between various actors in the market.1 The question where the
line should be drawn between fair competition and unacceptable competitive
behaviour has created abundant debate and literature. In the 90s, the World
Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) undertook a number of activities
dealing with the topic of protection against unfair competition. A study on
protection against unfair ...


Author: Wolfgang Fikentscher
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642361072
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Crises, Culture, Competition and the Role of Law Wolfgang Fikentscher, Philipp
Hacker, Rupprecht Podszun. 4 Sanctions and ... The quip indicated a general
discontent at the time with US. economic policy and law, in particular, antitrust,
not so much as to the letter of the law but all the more how it was administered.
This was the climate in ... In the first line, Bork's critique was not directed at
antitrust as such but against what he thought to be wrong antitrust
implementation. According to ...

Professionalism In Journalism In The Era Of New Media

Author: Jacek Sobczak
Publisher: Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH
ISBN: 3832541780
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... for Intellectual Property and Information Law, University of Cambridge (CIPIL),
Max-Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition and Tax Law, Munich (
MPI-IP), NEXA Center for Internet & Society, Politecnico di Torino; Centre for
Intellectual Property Rights, Catholic University Leuven, Center in IT and Law,
Universitaires Notre-Dame de la Paix de Namur (CRID), Centre for International
Intellectual Property Studies, University of Strasbourg (CEIPI), 11.03.2009,
updated 2009; ...

State Aid Law And Business Taxation

Author: Isabelle Richelle
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3662530554
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242 Abstract This contribution on Intellectual Property, Taxation and State Aid
Law investigates whether some tax incentives for Research and Development—
and Innovation (R&D or R&D&I) adopted by EU Member States are in line with
the legal framework of State Aid rules in the context of the EU policy objectives
and of article 179 TFEU. The main issue is to know whether output tax incentives
such as Patent Box regimes could be considered as selective State aid by the

Balancing Copyright A Survey Of National Approaches

Author: Reto M. Hilty
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642295967
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A work of authorship is defined as an individual intellectual creation in the
domain of literature, science and art, regardless of the kind, mode and form of
expression, unless otherwise provided by the BHCA (Art. 4 (1)). This legal
definition is supplemented by a non-exhaustive list of work categories (Art. 4 (2)).
In other words, hypothetically, any category of human creation that fulfills the
criteria of the general clause can enjoy protection as a work of authorship,
although it is not specified ...