EU Competition Law and Intellectual Property Rights: The Regulation of Innovation

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"Using clear and concise language, it ties together legislation, case law and the author's personal views into a whole, with the purpose of demonstrating that competition law should continue policing the activities of IP right owners."
--International Journal of Law and Information Technology


"This is a highly stimulating book, by an expert in competition law."
--NLJ Book Review Supplement


"He approaches the subject-matter clearly from the viewpoint of a competition lawyer, rather than an I.P. lawyer. Professor Anderman's thesis is well-reasoned and argued, an invaluable addition to any library and an interesting exposition of the law."
--Robyn Durie, Linklaters and Paines, London, EIPR, vol 21, issue 6, 1999


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Using clear and concise language, it ties together legislation, case law and the author's personal views into a whole, with the purpose of demonstrating that competition law should continue policing the activities of IP right owners ( International Journal of Law and Information Technology)

This is a highly stimulating book, by an expert in competition law ( NLJ Book Review Supplement)

He approaches the subject-matter clearly from the viewpoint of a competition lawyer, rather than an I.P. lawyer ... Professor Anderman's thesis is well-reasoned and argued ... an invaluable addition to any library and an interesting exposition of the law ( Robyn Durie, Linklaters and Paines, London, EIPR, vol 21, issue 6, 1999)

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